Carrie Bradshaw is the Queen of style and she made the tulle skirt incredibly popular. She took a simple white tank in the sequence opener of Sex And The City and paired it with a super playful tutu. From that day on, I was hooked. She took a simple tutu and transformed it into something incredibly chic. Ever since then, street-influencers have been going crazy for this look…myself included. I’m not stranger to a tutu, but every time I style it, I get asked…how do you make it daytime appropriate? The key to not looking like you just left ballerina rehearsal, is to pair it with some killer heels. Since artists tend to wear ballerina flats when dancing, elevating your look with some heels is a sure way to difference yourself from the performers.
Feeling like a real life Barbie in this custom-made pink tutu from Chavah Designs. Not only is it Candian, made in Staint Johns, but its made from the highest quality tulle I currently own. We all have unique body shapes, and if you’re anything like me, and skirts dont fit you off the rack…you can get this skirt customed created and designed for your special body type… doesnt get any better than that!
What I Wore- Sunnies- c/o Le Chateau, Skirt- c/o Chavah Designs, Bracelet- Swarovski, Purse- Rebecca Minkoff, Watch- c/o Wittnauer, Bracelet- c/o Pearls for Girls, Heels- Le Chateau