Need some lofty inspiration for spring? Designers were frothing up the runways with clothing made of tulle, echoing vintage crinolines, tutus, and formals from various eras past. Tulle around in this airy, crisp fabric and be the best dressed at the dance, wedding, or any occasion that could use some vintage effervescence!
From the VFG Fabric Resource:
Fine netting with a hexagonal mesh, tulle may be of silk (as it was originally), cotton or rayon, but most commonly nylon since the 1950s. In 1768, the netting was machine made for the first time in Notthingham, England. The French city of Tulle first produced its namesake netting by machine in 1817, much aided by the invention of the bobbinet machine in 1806.View the Parade Now