Wear Sheer Tulle on the Street, We Dare You!
andWe think it’s fair to thank Dior for the wide array of tulle skirts currently being flaunted on the streets of Paris. We saw the first ever creative female director, Maria Grazia Chiuri conquering the runaway and the red carpet with her sheer audacious creations.
We see tulle has taken up the streets where a glimpse of a tulle bralette during the daylight or a petticoat over a pair of jeans is observed to meet the new feminine agenda. And we think it is amazingly chic!
We know how Victoria’s Secret went the distance and introduced us the net bralette and we adore how we can wear it just like any other tops. They were super easy on the eyes and body during the warm summer. But tulle is back and we think it is here to stay.
The Exposed Bralette
This risqué top puts on a pulse-thumping spin on down tempo sportswear during daylight hits the streets of the city.
The Tulle Skirt Plus Denim
Thus balletic trend is used often at home on the streets of Paris. Continually subjecting modern revisions. Adding a classic petrol-blue denim jacket just evens out the spark.
Decadent Embellishment on Tulle
Pearl-scattered dress for the evening? Tip: keep a low-fi skater sweater to hand for a ultra-fast ultra-chic boyish charm cover-up.
The Peekaboo Petticoat
We saw Cophenhagen Fashion Week featuring the blood orange petticoat. It upped the ante on the ladylike cocktail coat.
We saw how Aymeline Valade updated the off-duty model outfit by swapping out the ubiquitous pants for this graceful tulle skirt. Totally dazzled, we were amazed by how Valade looked in it. We think anyone can pull this off.
Botanical embroidery for a homespun edge? It is how to pare back the raciness of this sheer dress in daylight.