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Make-Me-Up-Monday: Tulle Wedding Dresses

Clockwise from top left: Ouma | Reem Acra 2012 via Wedding Chicks | Bridal Brick Row | J. Crew via Style Me Pretty

Happy Monday girls! Hope you all had a nice weekend during this beautiful October. There’s something so romantic about flowy, dreamy, sheer tulle isn’t there? Tulle is a whimsical fabric that looks absolutely dreamy on wedding dresses. It creates volume, gives texture and provides a sweet silhouette. Here are some examples of different ways that tulle can be used in a dress.

L-R: Ouma | Monique Lhuillier via Wedding Inspirasi | Elizabeth Dye | Bohemian Bisoux

A-line, mermaid, tea length or floor length dresses all look beautiful with a touch of tulle. The best way to ensure a fine silhouette is to accent the waist with a belt, sash or bow to create a lady-like look. A wash of sheer watercolors like peach, blush pink, mint or lavender will add that fairytale quality to your dress either as an overlay or a peek-a-boo fabric underneath. Retro tea length styles are a popular choice for their comfort and vintage cuts. But if you’re looking for a beautiful floor length dress, one with a sweetheart neckline or delicate sleeves is sure to flatter any body tupe.  If your style is extra fancy, embellishments like crystals and sequins or accents like tulle ruffles and layers add unique finishes to a couture tulle gown. Hope you enjoyed this post on dresses, we thought we’d switch it up a bit from beauty. Please let us know if you’re looking for inspiration for a certain area of your wedding or beauty look!

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