Tulle Skirts

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Channel your inner ballerina with elegant tulle skirts in full, midi, and mini lengths that easily add a whimsical touch to a holiday ensemble. These tulle skirts can be dressed down with cardigans or cashmere sweaters, or easily dressed up with slinky camisoles and sparkling accessories.

Prima Ballerina
This pale blue tulle skirt is the epitome of the feminine grace and beauty of the ballet. The A-line skirt is made with six layers of delicate nylon tulle and has a silk taffeta waistband. Wear this skirt with a matching camisole or bustier for an instant formal dress!

Alexandra Grecco Gretta Tulle Skirt in Dusty Blue, 24” Length, $178, alexandragrecco.com

Neutral Floral
This whimsical skirt is designed with a printed floral overlay and fluffy tulle underlay. The short length and neutral beige and grey tones of this skirt make it an easy piece to transition into your spring wardrobe.

Tulle Skirts

SUGARLIPS Floral Tulle Bubble Skirt, $78, LordAndTaylor.com

Sparkle and Shine
Be the undisputed belle of the ball this holiday season with this knee length tulle skirt embellished with rhinestones and pearls. The exquisite cascade of glittering ornamentation make this piece perfect for very formal events.

Tulle Skirts

Alice + Olivia Rina Embellished Tulle Skirt, $698, saksfifthavenue.com

Long And Layered
This skirt gets its bohemian vibes from asymmetrical tiers of black striped tulle and polka dotted mesh. Pair it with knee-high black boots for a rock-and-roll inspired outfit or with a cashmere sweater to invoke the softness ofthe tulle layers.

Tulle Skirts

BCBG Max Azria Suzete Asymmetrical Pleated Tulle Skirt, $348, bcbg.com

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