+ DIY Inspiration : the tulle skirt, aka, the perfect skirt for the holidays

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 Every holiday season there is the inevitable Christmas party or New years eve bash, and with that the quest for the perfect party outfit. I will be posting a few ideas and tutorials over the next few weeks to keep you covered on this subject exactly. First up! The Tulle skirt. I was first inspired from this anthropologie one, then when I did further research, these lovely pictures above. 
Tulle skirts come in all different lengths, colors, and the greatest of all, poofinesses. To me this skirt screams, “partaaaaaaay”, making this one of the best options for those holiday get togethers. You can easily dress it up with a fuzzy christmas sweater and some bling or dress it down with some chambray and sneakers. I love all the beautiful possibilities that can come from these sweet, yet flashy skirt! Tutorial coming this week!


  1. Pretty pretty! Love it with the plaid shirt. My blogger pal Sam Rosen rocks a black tulle skirt with almost anything! http://samantharosen.blogspot.com Check her out! =)

  2. Great inspiration! Would love to see you do some sort of tutorial on this 😉

    xx Ashleigh

  3. I’m obsessing over those too! Especially the pop of green in photo 6.


  4. Looking forward for the tutorial! I’ve been meaning to make one!! :)

  5. Damn! I have been working on a skirt like for three week (I now hate tulle). I excited to see what you come up with.

  6. oh I love these, can’t wait to see how you made it, I’ve got a stash of tulle and net that needs using up, I’ve never managed to make a skirt sit properly

  7. So cute! Is there any way to do a no-sew version for the ones without sewing machines???

  8. I’m so excited!!! I was just thinking yesterday I that I wish I had a tulle skirt. I my be knocking on your door if I need help.

  9. I’ve been wanting to make one! I am so excited to see what you come up with. -Heidi http://fabricandfrosting.blogspot.no

  10. I have been dreaming of tulle skirts since I saw Kristine or Polly wear the shabby apple skirt. They are so fun and gorgeous.
    Method Clothe

  11. ADORable!!

    – heather

  12. can’t wait for tutorial!tfs!

  13. I can’t wait for the tutorial! I wrote a post today about being inspired by the very same Anthropologie skirt. Tulle must be in the air. 😉
    Love your blog.

  14. I love this skirt. These might be the first time I diy something so I look forward to your tutorial


  15. I really wanted to make a tulle skirt, inspired by By Hand London’s skirt but i was not able to find tulle that I liked. Thanks to your post I have bought one from eBay :)

  16. Fun! Can’t wait to see.

  17. Love the jeweled one, it is so cute! Can’t wait for this tutorial, i’ve been wanting to make one for so long! :)



  18. Cute DIY. I’d love to try this out too :))


  19. I wanna go to a party! I love all of these images. Thanks for the inspiration.

  20. We are so on the same wavelength here!! I just picked up 5 yards of tulle with plans to make a fluffy skirt. Am I flattering myself to say great minds think a like?

    I’m sure yours is going to look amazing.

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  22. Hi, Great idea. Would like to try it without using my nieces skirt as a pattern base :) So I look forward to your DIY. Thank you!

  23. I love tulle skirts! I have one from Forever 21 (it was a steal, only $19.80!!) that I bought last year. I wear it with everything! I can’t wear it with anything right now because I’m 9 months pregnant… But when the little one decides to arrive I’ll wear it again. :)

  24. Sweet!! ^_^

  25. These tulle skirts are beautiful!i really like the top left one with the big silver stones. I am so excited to make one! :)

  26. This is the right webpage for anyone who would like to understand this topic. You understand a whole lot its almost tough to argue with you (not that I really would want to…HaHa). You certainly put a new spin on a subject that has been discussed for ages. Great stuff, just great!