Ever since I seen Carrie Bradshaw wearing her tulle skirt on the opening credits of Sex and The City, damn I wanted one, and her waist line.
I had been eyeing up the Kirsty Doyle Black Tulle Skirt for a while, but I was bit scared to take the leap. Would it suit me? What would I wear it with? I am not the best at putting outfits together, and seem to shy away from anything out of my comfort zone.
Kirsty Doyle is the managing director of Kirsty Doyle Clothing, a very well known and established womenswear and bespoke wedding designer based in Liverpool. The clothing Kirsty designs are utterly lust worthy. You can have a nose at the website to see for yourself, trust me you need to. (But don’t go till you have finished reading my post, you have plenty of time to have a nose – I won’t keep you long, I promise).
I love timeless and classy items of clothing. I tend to stay quite safe with fashion, and wear a lot of black, more black, and then a bit more – just for good measure.
When Kirsty Doyle sent me the * Charcoal Grey Tulle from her store, I am gonna put it out there, I was a little scared, and was totally stepping out of my comfort zone, trying to style such a statement piece.
I headed to the Kirsty Doyle Instagram page and unashamedly copied her styling tips, and teamed the tulle with a vest top, jacket, and heels.
Pleasantly surprised is an understatement, I felt like I was a fashion icon. I loved the edgy but classy mish mash. The tulle sat across the skirt just beautifully, and I felt the most girly I I have ever felt in my whole life.
The colour was also a welcomed change from black, (shock horror) and I think I actually prefer the grey to the black, just because 90% of my wardrobe is black. (Obvs).
After leaping out of my fashion comfort zone, I have an urge to now be more adventurous with fashion.
Fashion should be fun, empowering and an adventure, it projects our personality to the world, and enhances our self-confidence. It shouldn’t be something we are scared of, but something to be explored and embraced.
So lets get exploring, there is currently a SALE on and it’s not to be missed with up to 60% off clothing, and the Tulle skirts starting from £40.
I suggest you go now, and grab yourself a bargain.
*GIFTED ITEM INCLUDED IN THIS POST