The Tulle Trend Is Our Autumn Obsession

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If you're a fan of the Haute Couture shows, you'll be familiar with tulle - the couturier's fabric of choice for creating princess gowns.

But this Autumn/Winter season, expect to see a whole lot more on the streets because tulle has gone mainstream.

Tulle done the street style way
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We have young British designers including Simone Rocha and Molly Goddard to thank for tulles trickle down onto the high street.

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In just three short seasons, Goddard has made a name for herself as the maker of the sorts of fairytale dresses you would have thrown a tantrum for when you were little; Frothy, ruffled and beautifully nostalgic, but mixed with a cool-kid vibe.

Yasmin Sewell wearing a Molly Goddard dress and Simone Rocha AW16

But erase all images of sashaying around Sainsbury's in a red carpet-worthy gown (although who wouldn't want to do that?), tulle is to be considered a layering tool, added over jeans, trousers or slip dresses, under oversized knitwear and shorter-length skirts.

Tulle pieces from Zara's AW16 collection

Think of it as an easy, fuss-free way to add interest to even the most simple of outfits, like jeans and a T-shirt.

Zara has, of course, already got tons of tulle on offer (we're predicting this dress will be a sell-out), while ASOS has some serious must-haves coming in its Christmas drop, available from the end of October.

Tulle pieces from the ASOS Christmas collection, available from the end of October
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