here). They always bring back warm and funny childhood memories of me twirling around in one during dance lessons. I was never great with ballet, but it always put a smile on my face just to dance in one. I'm so glad these skirts are no longer only bound to the classrooms or the stage.
- Balance the extra volume down the bottom with a tighter top that's a little more body hugging
- Tuck in your top and let the skirt sit at the smallest part of your waist. You can also tie a knot with your top to make it more of a crop top. This lengthens your legs and flatters your waist
- Balance the delicate tulle with tougher materials such as leather, denim/chambray, animal print or plaid
- Cinch in your waist with a belt (go for an embellished belt if your skirt is simple)
- Finally, go with unconventional color choices that are unexpected of a traditional tulle skirt