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

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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.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a formal gown of ivory tulle and Chantilly lace.
And ever since Black Swan tulle skirts and lace bodies have never been far from our minds.
Koscielny, who is a huge fan of the instrument, grew up playing it in the countryside town of Tulle, where accordion making is a big industry.
Haute couture-inspired Alba in empire green features French Leavers lace contrasted over micro-fiber tulle.
Paired with elegant high heels, these ultra-feminine choices in lace, tulle or silk are just the thing to dance the night away.
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.
The crown of the hat was covered in the same tulle and was also draped in mint green chiffon and Swarovski crystals.
Various dresses have layers upon layers of light materials such as tulle, lace and taffeta.
SHINY satin and tulle netting were the core ingredients taken from an outfit once worn by the kingdom's 'apple lady' to create a series of stunning new designs.
The film Aisha will see actress Sonam Kapoor embrace dresses that are soft and flowery, including a nude tulle flowery one with a bow and small pearls.
Think tumbling cascades of tulle, beaded bodice and never-ending train.