Where to get the SS17 trends now: Tulle

Natalie Hanson   |   28 - 04 - 2017

Tulle: get the look now

Erdem

Gucci

Valentino

Alexander McQueen

Marchesa

Temperley London

Opening Ceremony

Zuhair Murad

Roksanda

Jonathan Simkhai

Tulle: get the look now

A key fabric running through the SS17 collections was tulle; and it took all kinds of different forms, to give an ethereal finish to skirts and dresses or add an element of softness to more rock and roll creations. Click through our gallery to see how you can incorporate this SS17 trend into your wardrobe right now!

Erdem

1/10 Erdem is an expert in ethereal creations, and SS17 is no different. This ’Stacey’ gown was crafted in England from patterned tulle and adorned with delicate ruffles.

Gucci

2/10 Gucci puts a dramatic edge on its feminine tulle gown with its intertwined snake embellishment.

Valentino

3/10 Red gowns are a signature of Maison Valentino; this version with panels of lace and tulle is a floor-sweeping masterpiece. Keep accessories nude for maximum impact.

Alexander McQueen

4/10 This bustier by Alexander McQueen's incorporates intricate embroidery with tulle overlay. Try this piece layered over black trousers.

Marchesa

5/10 Marchesa keeps the tulle trend fun and girls with this delicate tulle mini dress, appliqued to create ruffle rosettes for extra detail.

Temperley London

6/10 This gown by Temperley London is exclusive to Net-a-Porter is made from ivory tulle with paisley embroidery and satin floral appliqué. The cut out back adds some drama and elegantly frames the shoulders.

Opening Ceremony

7/10 Opening Ceremony have have used tulle to overlay a simple black slip for maximum effect and a cool take on the tulle trend.

Zuhair Murad

8/10 Zuhair Murad is well known for his ethereal designs with high levels of embroidery. This floor-sweeping number is full of glittering sequins in an intricate floral pattern.

Roksanda

9/10 Roksanda's elegant ‘40’s inspired 'Ithial' dress has tulle overlay with the added detail of floral motifs for a feminine touch to this luxe midnight blue piece.

Jonathan Simkhai

10/10 Jonathan Simkhai applies the tulle trend to a white guipure lace top, using it as a contrast black trim along the hem and cuffs. The pretty peplum is ultra-feminine and the sheer style is lined for extra coverage.

For the full list of SS17 trends, check out our Ultimate Guide to Spring Summer 2017