Tulle takes centrestage, thanks to design houses like Fendi and Khaite
From day dresses and casual skirts to semi-formal tops and more, the sheer fabric, tulle, is light, breezy and romantic. Worn as is or as decorative clothing with more functional ones, this trend is here to stay. From Temperley London to Molly Goddard, here’s how to get the look...
Draw a line
Whimsical, feminine and chic, this skirt is a statement piece that works perfectly when worn with a tucked in satin camisole. Called the Lettie wrap skirt, it has a green and white gingham print and ruffled waist. Rs.83,120 approximately
From Temperley London comes the Teahouse dress, cut from pale pink tulle. It is stitched with embroidery and ribbonwork inspired by Japanese graphic art. Rs.99,815 approximately
Ring a bell
The Bell top from Khaite is crafted from glittered flocked tulle with voluminous puffed sleeves. The elongated cuffs, ruffle detail on the shoulders and a broad collar add to its appeal. Rs.1,04,070 approximately
This bodysuit from Fendi pays tribute to the late Karl Lagerfeld by featuring the iconic designer’s riff on the brand’s double ‘F’ logo. Made from sand tulle, the garment is best paired with a pleated midi-skirt or denims. Rs.49,150 approximately
Sequin of events
Step into this sequined tulle skirt from Dries Van Noten to add drama to your outfit. The pleated skirt, which is lined with satin, is detailed with a dark floral print that is visible when it moves. Rs.1,13,170 approximately
Noir Kei Ninomiya’s draping skills are highlighted in this stunning jacket that is made from lightweight tulle. Crafted in Japan, it is designed with buckled belts that fasten at the front and a daring open back.
This multi-coloured Marques’ Almeida top has graffiti-style prints in keeping with the punk-influenced aesthetic that the label is known for. Made with stretch tulle, it is best worn over a lacy bra for a fun yet chic look. Rs.24,075 approximately