Puffy tulle wedding dresses

A tulle wed­ding dress can make a real princess out of a bride. Tulle is a light, translu­cent fab­ric that, when applied in sev­er­al lay­ers, is able to hold vol­ume. This is the main prac­ti­cal advan­tage of dress­es with a tulle skirt, because the frame on the rings, on which heavy fab­ric is super­im­posed in order to make the dress lush, is always very uncom­fort­able.

Who suits a wedding dress with a tulle skirt?

The main fea­ture of tulle skirts is vol­ume, and there­fore girls with a full fig­ure should avoid exces­sive dress splen­dor. Tulle adorns thin fig­ures, mak­ing the bride more frag­ile and sophis­ti­cat­ed.

Tulle wedding dresses — models

Mod­els of wed­ding dress­es with tulle skirts are not very diverse. Usu­al­ly they are a corset — translu­cent lace, or opaque from dense fab­ric, as well as a fluffy skirt. The main dec­o­ra­tion of the dress here is the skirt, which can be made of torn tulle, or super­im­posed in tiers. Recent­ly, mod­els with tulle flow­ers on the skirt have been pop­u­lar. Of course, the clas­sics always remain — even mul­ti-tiered tulle is as pop­u­lar today as it was many years ago.

  1. Tiered tulle wed­ding skirt. Such a cut of the skirt resem­bles a her­ring­bone: many tiers of tulle are super­im­posed on each oth­er, and this is how a tri­an­gu­lar sil­hou­ette is obtained, expand­ing at the bot­tom.
  2. Wed­ding dress with torn tulle. Torn tulle is an eccen­tric and orig­i­nal ver­sion of the skirt. Ran­dom­ly placed shreds of airy tulle form a unique pat­tern and cre­ate a volu­mi­nous, puffy skirt.
  3. Wed­ding dress with a tulle skirt and flow­ers. Today you can often find flo­ral themes in wed­ding fash­ion. The tulle flow­ers, which are cre­at­ed by fold­ing the fab­ric, make the dress tex­tured and inter­est­ing.
  4. Clas­sic tulle wed­ding skirt. The clas­sic straight tulle skirt looks ele­gant and solemn thanks to the even flow­ing waves of weight­less tulle. This is ide­al for brides who do not want to break cen­turies of tra­di­tion.
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