This skirt is basically what dreams are made of. That is 8 year old dreams of little girls who couldn’t be ballerinas because of such obstacles like grace, poise, balance and overall ability to coordinate legs, arms and hands. That’s what this skirt is made of. Also, lots of tulle. 
A few weeks ago we went to see The Nutcracker in Dallas (it was perfect) and my first thought was — I’m going to wear my big tulle skirt. And then I realized that while I can absolutely wear my big tulle skirt to a ballet, I would most likely be dressed like all of the cute little girls in their tulle skirts. And I was right. So many cute little tiny humans dressed as ballerinas with their matching ballerina dolls in tow. Instead I decided to wear my big tulle skirt on a random Tuesday. No real reason other than Tuesday. (Tullesday? Let’s make this happen.)
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    1. I think it may just be less flattering than some of the other pairings she has done.

  1. I LOVE the tulle trend! So pretty and sweet. And for the record, if I saw a woman at the ballet wearing a skirt like yours, I would think she was totally on-point and would wish that I’d thought of it myself. 😉

    Always, Anita

  2. This is such a rockin’ look! And I’m all about tulle-sday. And wine-sday. And purse-day (I know…that one’s a stretch…). 😉

  3. This is perfection. Think I could pull off a tulle skirt in a small OK town that smells like pigs and feedlots?

  4. I LOVE the tulle trend! So pretty and sweet. And for the record, if I saw a woman at the ballet wearing a skirt like yours, I would think she was totally on-point and would wish that I'd thought of it myself. 😉

    Always, Anita

  5. This is perfection. Think I could pull off a tulle skirt in a small OK town that smells like pigs and feedlots?

  6. Ok, Kendi. Really. If I didn’t love all things girlie before, you have made me realize that I DO NOT have a tulle skirt. I need one. You think a pregnant belly can pull this off? 😉

  7. I think it may just be less flattering than some of the other pairings she has done.

  8. Ok, Kendi. Really. If I didn't love all things girlie before, you have made me realize that I DO NOT have a tulle skirt. I need one. You think a pregnant belly can pull this off? 😉

  9. I know I will never get around to doing it but, note to self, buy tulle: sew tulle skirt. Don’t quite know how it’ll go down in my rural village halfway up a mountain in England, where most people I see are in walking boots and waterproof jackets but, if I put both on with it, perhaps I’ll start a new trend?! (Seriously. If you knew me you’d know I might not actually be joking!)

  10. I know I will never get around to doing it but, note to self, buy tulle: sew tulle skirt. Don't quite know how it'll go down in my rural village halfway up a mountain in England, where most people I see are in walking boots and waterproof jackets but, if I put both on with it, perhaps I'll start a new trend?! (Seriously. If you knew me you'd know I might not actually be joking!)

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