Tulle skirt is a trend of the last few years that does not mention to stop, did you ever wonder why?
Perhaps because it makes us dream of being princesses, we like to feel those soft and fluttering layers, it makes us feel unique, we feel like Carrie Bradshaw… and these thoughts are valid both for us adult women and for our little girls!
Since we have chosen two tulle skirts from Hebe’s Spring Summer 2017 collection (if you don’t know this cool brand you absolutely must read this article where you can also see another tulle skirt outfit) whenever I open the wardrobe together with Sissi her question is
Mom may I wear this princess skirt?
If you add that this skirt has the colors of the rainbow and that here we are in full unicorns/glitter/rainbows phase… it’s not easy to explain her that she can really wear it whenever she wants and match it as she wants, but NOT at school. In general I do not let her wear skirts and dresses at school, and you?
Hebe’s tulle skirt has the colors of the rainbow and it’s really easy matching: just turn it (it does not have a real front or back) to highlight the pink/orange or blue/lilac part… and we used it a lot in the last period!
In a more formal outfit for lunch at restaurant, we added Kenzo Kids’ t-shirt and Polo Ralph Lauren cardigan, Calzedonia Kids tights and Young Soles London shoes.
In the beautiful location of Ripa Relais Colle del Sole, we played with a casual outfit, combined with the pink footprint t-shirt from the same SS17 collection of Hebe (which you saw in the blue version in these photos). The socks that wink at us are from Iglo+Indi and sneakers from Prada. The glasses, amusing, are from H&M.
What do you think? Which style do you prefer?