When you want trendy but not wild, these modest bridesmaid separates are a really darling option. The slate blue tulle skirt pairs with a lace top with scalloped edging.
Tulle bridesmaid dresses are often figure-flattering because of the way the fabric skims over your curves without being too clingy. This pretty dress features a faux-separates bodice and a floor-length, dove gray tulle overlay.
If you are trying to make your gaggle of girlfriends happy with their dresses, you're probably learning the myriad of body issues a group of women can have. One friend might hate her knees, while another is loath to go sleeveless. Mismatch tulle bridesmaid dresses in a similar shade. This pretty blush choice features 3/4 length sleeves.
If you want a streamlined bridesmaid dress, opt for a simple tulle dress like this one in dark gray. It would work for a wide range of wedding themes, including vintage, traditional, and modern.
One of this year's most dominant trends is bridal parties sporting white dresses. When you want your gal pals to go white with you, this floor-length polka-dotted tulle skirt is perfection. Pair it with a white top, as shown here, or go with a silver shirt that will pick up the metallic glint of the dots.
Throughout the fashion world, we're seeing an increasing number of designers play with illusion details. These sequined bridesmaid dresses feature a sheer tulle overlay, giving a peek-a-boo effect.
But tulle doesn't have to be long and flowing. We love what Monique Lhuiller has done with this fetching pink dress with pleated tulle skirt. The wispy fabric creates extra volume without weighing the dress down.
Ballerina with Attitude
Maybe it's the Bridesmaids fans in us, but we love a bridesmaid with a lots o' attitude. Live out your Carrie Bradshaw tutu fantasies with a bridal party dressed in ballerina-chic tulle bridesmaid skirts.
Hosting a boho-themed event? This sweet ensemble features a heavily embroidered cropped top and a nude-colored tulle skirt with vintage-inspired lacework near the hemline.
With total 1950s nostalgia, this tulle bridesmaid skirt is bursting with floral detailing. Embroidered into the layers of full pink tulle, you could have your friends wear this with anything from a sequined camisole to a demure sweater set.
If you need a more traditional tulle bridesmaid dress, this navy knee-length a-line gown utilizes the unbeatable combo of lace and tulle. Romantic and feminine, your bridesmaids can wear this to future wedding events such as rehearsal dinners or formal engagement parties.
Tulle doesn't have to be so dressed-up all the time. This casual pink and white sundress would be terrific for a small bridal party at a courthouse or destination wedding (it will travel like a dream).