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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.