Tulle Skirt Lookbook

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I am a recent tulle skirt convert.  After seeing Liz of With Wonder and Whimsy style hers several ways, I took the plunge and got one of my own in a blush pink.  It has truly been a wonderful addition to my wardrobe and have enjoyed wearing it several different ways.  Today I have a four outfit Lookbook to show how I wear a tulle skirt.

First Look-3With a Tee & Faux Leather Jacket

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While I enjoy the girly nature of the skirt, I love adding a little edge to balance it out.  A simple dark gray tee gets tucked into the blush skirt and is topped off with a cognac faux leather jacket.  I rolled the sleeves to give it a more relaxed feel.  Continuing with the edgy theme, the accessories added even more in way of a modern rectangle pendant necklace, vintage statement ring, woven clutch in a zebra pattern, and snake print flats.  This entire look is very Anthropologie inspired.

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Outfit Details:

Click the links under the picture to see past posts with items shown in this post:Tulle Skirt Lookbook | Designing From My Closet | Plus & Inbetweenie Fashion BlogFaux Leather Jacket  |  Zebra Clutch

 

Second LookWith a Plaid Buttondown

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I was a little unsure of how this outfit would come together and I am officially in love with the look.  This plaid shirt I got in the fall moves seamlessly into spring due to its coloration.  While the pinks do not match exactly, they still go together so happily.  I ditched my usual necklace and chose to take the accessory focus to this ostrich belt and chunky chain bracelet.  While they are larger pieces, their neutral colors make them more palatable among the pink.  Yet another Anthropologie inspired look.

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Outfit Details

  • Blush Tulle Skirt: Charlotte Russe Plus
  • Ava & Viv Plaid Shirt: Target
  • Ostrich Belt: Unknown brand via Poshmark
  • Chunky Chain Bracelet: Charming Charlie
  • Handbag: Louis Vuitton via Goodwill
  • Booties: Old Navy

Click the links under the picture to see past posts with items shown in this post:Tulle Skirt Lookbook | Designing From My Closet | Plus & Inbetweenie Fashion BlogPlaid Shirt  |  Ostrich Belt, Handbag, & Booties

 

Third LookWith a Whimsical Sweater

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This was a very different look for me and I still love the whimsical effect it gives.  The fox sweater is so cheeky that it makes me smile.  I showed this look originally in my Twirl in Tulle this Valentine’s Day post.  The layering on top is perfect for a crisp spring day and the scarf and sweater can easily be removed if it gets too warm.  I have plans to style this darling sweater another way coming soon too.

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Outfit Details:

  • Fox Sweater: Old Navy via Poshmark
  • Chambray Shirt: Lane Bryant via Poshmark
  • Pink Tulle Skirt: Charlotte Russe+
  • Ivory Knitted Scarf: Gift
  • Zippered Mini Satchel: Forever 21 via Poshmark
  • Acrylic Chain Bracelet: Handmade (see how I DIY’ed it here)
  • Chelsea Flat: Payless Shoe Source

Click the links under the picture to see past posts with items shown in this post:Tulle Skirt Lookbook | Designing From My Closet | Plus & Inbetweenie Fashion BlogChambray Shirt  |  Cognac Satchel

 

Fourth LookWith a Crochet Top & Faux Leather Jacket

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This was the first time I wore this skirt and I could not have been more excited.  I was recreating an outfit I saw in an Anthropologie Lookbook and I loved how it came together.  I showed this pastel look first in my Happy New Year with Charlotte Russe Plus post.  The ethereal look in light tones is so very soothing.  Again, I think the faux leather jacket with the zippers adds a bit of edge to this girly skirt.

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Outfit Details

Click the links under the picture to see past posts with items shown in this post:Tulle Skirt Lookbook | Designing From My Closet | Plus & Inbetweenie Fashion BlogFaux Leather Jacket  |  Crochet Top

Tulle skirts can be a little tricky, I admit.  After having mine for several months, I am finding it lends well to my style as well as with other items I already have in my closet.  I know I will be wearing it more because I have even more ideas of how to style it.  If you work in a creative field like me, wearing a tulle skirt to work is not totally out of the question and I actually sported the one with the plaid shirt on the weekend.  What I enjoy about this type of skirt the most is the texture it provides.  Although it is a solid color, the layers of tulle build to give the most delicious look.  These of course are my take on this skirt as I know there are so many other ways to wear it and I am glad I can integrate it so easily into my own personal style without feeling like I am wearing someone else’s clothes.

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Today’s Postivity Note

Focus more on your DESIRE than your doubt and the DREAM will take care of itself. -Marcia Wieder

 Be Blessed!

Janeane

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8 comments

  1. I would have never thought to buy a tulle skirt, let alone wear it in all the ways you have shown. Every outfit is awesome and I think my favorite is the tulle with the plaid…that might be the outdoors woman in me, but I love that look. I also love faux leather jackets, I have a few hanging in my closet and this is such a cool way to style them. I like the feminine look of the tulle and the hardness of the jacket. Great combinations! Thanks for more inspiration! – Amy

  2. I think my favorite is the plaid, mostly because I would totally be wearing that. I have a purple-ish tulle skirt I need t o break out again. Your post got me thinking how t o mix it up and get more use out of it. Hmmmmmm…. 🙂

    1. Yes, I could see you wearing that plaid outfit too! I did not know you had a tulle skirt, and ohhh purple. I was going back and forth between that color and the blush I got, so I know I will love it. I can’t wait to see it on you!

      Janeane

  3. You are the second of the blogs I follow to feature a pink tulle skirt today! I think someone is trying to tell me something! I never could have imagined myself wearing one, but I have to admit I love the way you’ve made this look! All the looks are great! You’ve made it much more versatile than I could have imagined. The pink plaid is my favorite! But, they all look great! You’ve inspired me, for sure!

    1. Haha! I must be on the same wavelength with another blogger. If you had told me two years ago I would be wearing a tulle skirt, I would have laughed. Now that I see it can be worn beyond a few ways, I can’t see myself without it right now.

      Janeane

  4. This is a great look book of different ways to wear a tulle skirt and it really shows how versatile the skirt is. I think my favorite of the four is the last one with the crochet top and the faux leather jacket. You know I have two tulle skirts in my closet that I don’t really wear because I never know how to wear them, this is really inspiring me to maybe take one out and try it out. But yes I have to say I’m really loving the new layout of your blog post Janeane! 🙂

    Nina

    1. Thank you Nina. I finally had a breakthrough with mine and just started looking at it as just a pink skirt and dismissed the whole tulle part of it. It has really helped me open up the possibilities with it.

      And thank you for noticing the changes I have made to my blog. I think that over the year, I am finally getting into a groove of what I like.

      Janeane

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