So, I think the tulle ballet skirt is overdone (plus, where would I wear it?!  On South Beach?  I don’t think so), but I’m loving these variations on it, particularly the first pic, amazing!  Spring always makes me want to buy dresses and skirts, it’s the most feminine of all seasons (and trust me, by August, I’m beat down, meaning I’m wearing shorts, Supergas and t-shirts pretty much every day of my life).  But for spring, I always feel overly ambitious.  You know, I’m going to wear sundresses and espadrilles every day, take good care of my hair, buy some blotting papers.  So I’m still in that mode and I’m feeling all fresh and femme, happy Sunday, hope you enjoy!

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Here are some of my shoppable picks for alternatives to the tulle skirt trend:


Women’s Tory Burch Hermosa Eyelet Midi Skirt • Tory Burch • $350
Public School Gina Skirt • Public School • $295
Women’s Ceremony By Joanna August ‘Whitney’ Chiffon Wrap Maxi Skirt • $175
STYLEKEEPERS Retro Juliette Pleated Skirt • $99
Carven Flutter Hem Mini Skirt • Carven • $339
Floral Cotton-Sateen Pleated Skirt • Brooks Brothers • $178
Vidorus Scallop Tie Skirt • Club Monaco • $89