Tuesday, October 27, 2015


By Eva Fydrych

Tulle Dress
A must-have piece for your next party

Photos courtesy of promtimes.co.uk (Click to enlarge)

Tulle skirts and dresses are growing in popularity. They are stylish and fun to wear, perfect for many occasions.

"Originating on the West Coast, the tulle skirt trend is making its way across the U.S. according to Google searches. Consumers are seeking this skirt in all colours of the rainbow, but the most popular colours are the classics: black and white." - thinkwithgoogle.com

Fashion Studio Magazine selected three stylish dresses for your ultimate night out!

A Touch of Gold

A-line Gold Prom/Cocktail Dress (Photo courtesy of promtimes.co.uk)

You can never go wrong with gold.

It is an elegant colour that adds rich texture to classic designs like A-line dresses, pencil skirts, and tailored trousers. Being a very distinctive and eye-catching colour itself, gold doesn't need a lot of accessories. If you are wearing a statement piece in gold, try to keep the rest of your outfit simple.

Fashion Fact: An A-line skirt is universally flattering for all body types.

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Gold is a colour of success, achievement and triumph. Associated with abundance and prosperity, luxury and quality, prestige and sophistication, value and elegance, the psychology of the colour gold implies affluence, material wealth and extravagance. Gold is the colour of the winner - first place medals are always in gold. (Source: Color Psychology)

Make this season one to remember!

Cool Mint

A-line Short Tulle Prom/Cocktail Dress (Photo courtesy of promtimes.co.uk)

Cool and refreshing mint makes an interesting colour combination with classic black. This dress will look gorgeous with silver accessories and black stilettos.

Pretty in Purple

A-line Strapless Tulle Prom/Cocktail Dress (Photo courtesy of promtimes.co.uk)

Go for an unexpected colour combination: purple and white. This lovely dress is not only unique, but also perfect for the Fall/Winter season.


Purple embodies the balance of red’s stimulation and blue’s calm. With a sense of mystic and royal qualities, purple is a colour often well liked by very creative or eccentric types. Purple was the colour of the first dye made by man. It was called “Mauveine” and was made out of coal tar. The recipe was discovered by William Henry Perkin in 1856.

How purple affects us physically: uplifts, calms the mind and nerves, offers a sense of spirituality, encourages creativity.
Source: Sensational Color

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Tulle has been around for more than three centuries.

"This versatile fabric was named for the city of Tulle, France where it was first made. The French began knitting a hexagonal mesh fabric around 1700. In 1840, Queen Victoria's wedding gown featured tulle for the first time, forever linking the fabric to bridal fashion. Nineteenth century fashion designer Frederic Worth introduced the veiled hat. Tulle enjoyed a resurgence in the 1950s in formal gowns for teens going to the prom, brides and bridesmaids." - ehow.com

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