Even if you’re unsure of your Valentine’s Day plans this year (like me!) you can still create a romantic, yet versatile layered tulle maxi skirt. Flowing and soft, there are a variety of materials in the tulle family that you can choose from to make this adult version of an acceptable tutu.
Melissa Esplin shows great photos of the pink version she made in a day. The side zip version is a unique type, most show an elastic waistband. It also uses a lightweight lining and a soft, flowing choice of tulle. An elegant and wearable choice for any occasion.
From the Netherlands, Anienessence shows off her beige tulle skirt with black elastic waistband. The cute contrast and easy tutorial makes use of inexpensive tulle in multiple layers.
Nicole Porter shares her 4 layer tulle skirt, ballerina (ironically!) length. The easy illustrations also mention to follow her lining tutorial to make this skirt more socially acceptable! Just a hint!
Maybe just a little overlay on a current skirt or short dress is all you need? Here a tulle overlay trimmed in a bit of lace gives a dressy look to something simple. ShinetrimNY shows these examples.
Tulle a little too tame for you? Choose a 2 way stretch sequin (paillette) fabric and follow Mimi G’s cute video tutorial for a full sequin skirt and pair it with a plain T and it is an instant show stopper!