Ballet Inspired Tulle Skirt // Part Two

ballet trend pink tulle skirt with blanknyc black moto jacket, sophia webster chiara heel and chanel filigree vanity bag

This is Part Two of my Ballet Trend Inspired Looks featuring this beautiful blush pink tulle skirt.  When I said that I was obsessed with being a ballerina, I was serious. My obsession even continued into college when I took Ballet I classes multiple times for the physical education credit. (I repeated Ballet I because I never quite get the pirouette! I even dreamt about it!!! LOL!) CLICK HERE if you missed Part One // The Wrap Top.

ballet trend pink tulle skirt with blanknyc black moto jacket, chanel filigree vanity bag ballet trend pink tulle skirt with blanknyc black moto jacket, sophia webster chiara heel and chanel filigree vanity bag ballet trend pink tulle skirt with blanknyc black moto jacket, sophia webster chiara heel and chanel filigree vanity bag ballet trend pink tulle skirt with blanknyc black moto jacket, sophia webster chiara heel and chanel filigree vanity bagballet trend pink tulle skirt with blanknyc black moto jacket, sophia webster chiara heel and chanel filigree vanity bag // Photography by Angie Garcia //

The wrap top is an easier trend to adopt because it’s pretty simple. However, when you wear a tulle skirt, you definitely get noticed. It is a very literal translation of a ballet skirt.

Since it’s so “sweet”, I paired the skirt with an edgy moto jacket to balance it. These butterfly heels were begging me to get out of the closet, so how could I resist? It was the finishing touch on my edgy ballerina look!

You’d be surprised at how many different ways you can wear a tulle skirt! 1) For a casual look, wear it with a denim shirt tied at the waist and sneakers. 2) Go all out girly with a top knot, striped tee, and ballet flats. 3) Channel you inner Carrie (of SATC) with a knit top, statement earrings, and killer heels.

THE STYLE Rx: Conquer the ballet trend with a fun and whimsical tulle skirt. You can go for a simple one (like I have on) or a fuller skirt (for dramatic effect)! You’ll feel like a dancer even you don’t know the different between an adagio and arabesque!

So do YOU own a tulle skirt or would you ever wear one? I was OBSESSED with the Lanvin x H&M tulle dress that came out in 2010 and toyed with the idea of wearing a tulle dress/skirt ever since. Actually, my wedding dress was a ginormous strapless tulle dress and I LOVED wearing it every second! That was in 2003, so I don’t know why it took me so long to actually get one! Ha!

GET THE LOOK
moto jacket NORDSTROM {on sale for $60}
top WHBM {old, similar}
tulle skirt TARGET {also love this with a real waistband}
pearl & velvet choker BAUBLEBAR c/o
double finger ring KENDRA  SCOTT c/o
butterfly heels SOPHIA WEBSTER
vanity bag CHANEL {similar for less}
sunglasses T+J DESIGN

Rxoxo, Sam

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