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a fine (often starched) net used for veils or tutus or gowns

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Due to a waterlogged pitch, a four-and-a-half-hour delay until kick-off and the game being moved to nearby Stade Alexandre Cueille in Tulle - a 40-minute bus ride away - meant the game was able to go ahead with both sides searching for a win to book their place in the knockout stages.
The gown is Chantilly lace appliqud on pointelle tulle with layers of silk and tulle.
Kirsten Dunst, far left, went for an evening look in a ballerina-length tulle gown embroidered with hearts and stars - indicating that tulle is going to be an even bigger trend next season than it was last winter.
ONCE the preserve of occasionwear departments and ballet recitals, tulle has shaken off its prissy connotations in recent years - and we've got one designer to thank.
Delicate warp-knitted tulle or net fabrics lend transparency and style to fashion as embroidered grounds or on their own with a very wide range of net patterns.
SEVENTIES, statement denim, floaty tulle and military chic - welcome to your new season wardrobe.
But mainly because this gorgeous peacock motif lace and tulle dress is the stu that dreams are made of.
Colombian-American actress and model Sofia Vergara looked beautiful wearing Zuhair Murad's sky blue, beaded, tulle evening gown from the Spring 2015 ready-to-wear collection at the Vanity Fair after-party.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown by Jasmine of tulle over satin with a strapless bodice and embellished with clusters of tulle rosettes.
Belted dress in silk tulle embroidered with silk chiffon petals.
com)-- Tulle & Chantilly, the professional customized bridal shop online, recently introduced its new arrival bridesmaid 2013 collection with at least 5% off for 2 dresses and up to 15% off for more than 4 dresses.
Nylon tulle proved a good choice for a support fabric.