As this Fall’s wedding runway shows wind down, there is a new trend heating up: tulle! Expect to see many of next Spring’s brides draped in this flowy material; tulle immediately evokes a romantic bridal feeling and it creates beautiful volume without the burden of a heavy material – which is definitely a plus as the night wears on. Tulle’s weightless effect will make you feel like you’re floating across the dance floor! If you’re wary of looking like a princess, fear not – there are many ways to wear this new trend. From the entire dress, to an underlay, to a removable overskirt, tulle can be sweet or sexy depending on the style you choose. Speaking of overskirts, this is definitely a trend hot off the recent runways. The convertible tulle overlay essentially gives you two dresses in one, and voila, you have a built in reception ensemble which will keep you comfortable well into the night. When it comes to tulle, the possibilities are endless. How will you wear this new trend? Tell us in the comments below!
For those of you that just want to feel like Cinderella, the classic ball gown is for you. This breathtaking dropped-waist ball gown (Stella) features a tulle skirt and striking beaded sash, emphasizing the natural waist and figure-flattering ruched bodice.
Why settle for simple tulle when you can add all-over lace and beading on a beautiful ball gown like the Naomi gown? Gold accented lace overlay a soft tulle, A-line gown with modified sweetheart neckline.
Sleek wedding gowns with sexy silhouettes are perfect for the bride who wants to show off her figure while incorporating a little volume and texture. This lace and tulle sheath-style gown (Raquel) features a fantail, chapel-length train, and beaded embroidery throughout. Our favorite part? The crystal button detail down the back!
Add some sweet charm to your wedding day look by wearing a tulle ball gown (Ansley) with unique pickups, tulle petal embellishments, beaded lace appliqués, and a grosgrain ribbon sash.
Although this fit-and-flare (Lavish) is not your average tulle, it sure does make a statement with its dropped-waist bodice and full ruffled tulle skirt!