Friday, March 4, 2016

[Inspiration] That Lovely Thing Called Tulle

In a perfect make-believe world, all angels would be dressed in a magical material in fashion called tulle, this is what was conjured up in our dreams, whenever our mind went overdrive and could not stop but day dreaming away. 

Of course, in this close to perfect real world (depends on how you want to look at the glass *_^), for us, there is this magical and endearing quality about tulle that it seems to never go out of style, its timeless quality makes it so everlasting. Strangely, no matter how much we love the look of it, we do not own a piece of this garment in our closet but always dream of wearing one, honestly. 

Tulle the name itself actually originates from a city called TULLE in the Southern central region of France, where it was well known as the center of lace and silk production in the 18th century. Learn a little more about tulle here. Whenever we think of tulle, we immediate picture some lightweight fabric/material or netting commonly used in veil, wedding gowns or ballet tutus. Most definitely due to its feminine feel, touch and look that it presents itself. Nonetheless, as you can see here, there are more ways to incorporate tulles in the things in our lives to give it that extra lovely dreamy quality to them.

Here are some looks which we love and put together, hope that you will enjoy this classic yet modern form of fashion which can never go wrong no matter when you put one on. All visuals via LUMI's Pinterest here. Do you own a tulle skirt in your wardrobe, we wonder?

How has your week been treating you, lovelies? So much to do this week, we are hoping for a more relaxing upcoming week ahead *_^

With love, 

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  1. So many gorgeous tulle skirts! I love seeing how bloggers style them for special occasions, it's something I'm keen to give a go sometime soon! My favourite looks out of those featured in this post are definitely the final two with cashmere jumpers and high heels :)

    Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice

  2. Oh everyone deserves to feel like Carrie Bradshaw in Paris for day! I love tulle too. When I get married my wedding dress will NOT be strapless, but it WILL have layers of tulle! Great post.

    Allie of ALLIENYC

  3. I had no idea that the word 'tulle' came from a city named the same, that was a good fact to learn. I have long love the looks of tulle skirt but I don't think I'll ever purchase one for myself. I think I'm a touch too old for that. Haha!

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity


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