Tulle Dreams

When Thomas saw these pictures he said I looked like I was wearing a wedding dress under my jacket. Whoops! That was unintentional, but this gorgeous tulle skirt by Kellie Falconer is a dreamy piece almost suitable for the big day. If not a wedding it would be a perfect choice for engagement photographs or a rehearsal, or you know just a normal day like this. There's something to be said about dressing up for no reason at all. A few years ago someone told me that people "who dress interesting lead more interesting lives" and the more I thought about it the more I agreed. Interesting itself is up for interpretation--it doesn't have to be tulle on a Tuesday or designer shoes, it can be thrifted clothes and ripped up band tees. I think the key is that when you take the time to actively express yourself through clothes you also become more outgoing in other ways and your clothes start to function as a conversation piece drawing interesting people to you as you go about your day. For me choosing to dress differently than my circle of friends and wear the clothes I wanted to represented a larger mental shift. I went from thinking people like me couldn't wear the clothes they wanted and they wouldn't look good on me to deciding I could dress however I wanted to. If the clothes didn't look good on me who would really care? So expressing myself through fashion went hand-in-hand in becoming more confident which ended up showing itself in how I interacted with friends, strangers, and so on. It's different for everyone but for me I'd definitely agree that life is more interesting in interesting clothes...

Outfit details:
ASOS jacket (old, similar)
Modcloth dress (worn as a top, old)
vintage belt



  1. This whole outfit is just perfect! I love it. And you're right about your attitude towards fashion :) Love!

  2. I love her skirts! As soon as I saw that picture in my news feed I knew it was one of her skirts. Love!

  3. the skirt is so unbelievably dreamy! like i could stare at it forever. <3 and i love everything you said in this post. the key really is to make that shift to believing you can dress however you want to.

  4. This skirt is so beautiful! I'm going to try be more dramatic and wear clothes which express my personality more. I love how you offset the skirt with leather jacket too.

  5. Such a beautiful skirt, perfect dressing down with the leather jacket.


  6. Gorgeous! I always think of a tulle skirt as a grown-up tutu... in a good way, of course. I have wanted one for a little while now. It is amazing how much of our identities we put in clothes. Have a lovely day!

    Anna Neumann from The Whistling Willow

  7. what a fabulous skirt!



  8. I've been looking for a tulle skirt like this for AGES!

  9. Love the mix of the edgy motorcycle jacket and the feminine skirt! Gorgeoues outfit!


  10. Oh, that skirt is just off-the-wall pretty!

  11. lovely combo with the leather jacket!!:)

  12. Gorgeous! And I agree with this post wholeheartedly.

    PS: Also, today, I want pink hair. I've never been tempted before.)

  13. I love the idea that life is more interesting in interesting clothes! I think this tends to be true, as you said. And also how you paired tulle and leather, such a perfect combination.

    xo, Charlotte

  14. I love this whole look. Very feminine & romantic but still modern. :)

  15. You look like an adorable edgy princess! ;)


  16. Wow this is such a great ensemble! I want that skirt but in a Nude/Pink color! It would look great! Hope everything is well <3

    -Ana Herrera


  17. Lovely outfit!! The skirt is soo pretty!

  18. Your outfit is so pretty and everything works so well together! The skirt is gorgeous and I need those shoes!

    Bramble & Thorn


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