You might have noticed how much I like the look of my midi skirts.
And when it comes to getting the look I’m looking for, I love the idea of an embellished skirt.
Not only does the design make it look like you’re wearing something more formal than a dress, it also adds a little flair.
That’s why I’ve been experimenting with the use of floral midi and tulle skirts.
I’ve made a few different looks using the skirt, and it’s a fun way to add flair to a wedding day without breaking the bank.
But before we dive into the different ways to create a floral midis skirt, here are a few tips to help you get started: 1.
Use a flower or floral pattern.
I love that floral midie skirt because it gives the look that’s so flattering but not too much.
It’s a bit of a stretch for me to wear this style with a wedding dress, but I love it when I can.
You can do it for just a few dollars, or buy it in a pattern, and make a full skirt that you can wear.
This style will look great in your bridal dress or formal wedding ensemble.
Get a floral pattern for your skirt.
This looks great with a floral design on the back.
But if you want to go more modern, you can go for a floral skirt that is printed on the front.
I like this because it keeps it feminine and will keep your dress looking polished and chic.
This is also a great option for bridesmaids because it will show off their dress and look pretty on their brides night.
Add lace to the bottom.
Lace is great to add a touch of sparkle and flair to any outfit.
You could even make a flower lace skirt with floral fabric on the bottom, and tie it in at the waist.
I find that it’s easier to wear lace to a dress than to a skirt, so I love this way to do it.
I use lace from a floral fabric store called Popsugar, which is a very easy way to get your floral fabric.
They have lace pattern options for just about every style of skirt and skirt accessory you can think of. 4.
Make your skirt longer.
I think you can use a dress or skirt to make a long skirt, but a flower midi or tulle skirt is great for shorter skirts.
When you’re getting married in a bridal gown, you don’t want to have the skirt to go past your waist, so make sure to keep the skirt as short as you can.
I also like to tie a ribbon around the back of the skirt so that it stays up and doesn’t fall off.
You might want to add extra fabric for a touch more style to your midi-skirt look.
Create a flower motif.
Flowering is a fun, unique style that’s often worn with a flower, flower print, or floral skirt.
There are lots of different options for how you can create this style.
Here are some ways you can incorporate a floral motif into your floral midio skirt: You can make a floral print skirt with a tulle pattern on the skirt.
I really like this one because it looks like the dress is going to come down to my waist, and you can easily make a tullein pattern.
This will add a bit more style and flair without costing you a fortune.
This skirt is a great choice for a wedding or formal event, and I highly recommend you check out their flower pattern collection.
Use floral pattern on skirt.
The floral pattern will work well for a number of different styles of midi.
This pattern is a perfect option for formal events because it adds a bit extra flair and a bit different look.
You’ll also want to make sure that you have some tulle on your skirt to keep it up and show off your dress.
Add accessories to your skirt like necklaces, necklacing tape, or jewelry.
A floral pattern makes it easy to add accessories to any of your midis and tulles.
I particularly like adding necklace ties to this look.
I always like to add some flowers on the sides of the tulle to make it a little bit more floral.
This also gives a more unique look.
Create flowers on your tulle.
This one is super simple to do.
Just buy a tully fabric, make a lace pattern on top of it, and voila!
A tulle applique skirt.
Another fun way you can make this a flower skirt is to make tulle jewelry.
Make the jewelry out of your tullee or floral fabric, tie it to your tulley with floral pattern, then tie the tulley back to the lace pattern.
The tulle is a little more versatile than flowers, and the applique will be a great addition to your flower skirt. 9. Make