“François did not drive back to tulle that evening,” she writes.
After lunch one day, Hollande drove her back to her hotel in Limoges (he was headed to tulle) and confessed his love.
She wrapped the models' naked torsos in sheer swathes of tulle, and left prim coats open in the back to reveal frilly bloomers.
In his tulle acceptance speech, Hollande quickly looked to dampen enthusiasm with talk of duty and heavy lifting.
Emma: I have three boxes full of sequined and tulle thingamajigs that go in my hair.
She liked its coquettish drapery of tulle and silver about the hips.
The line of contact should always be softened by an edge of lace, tulle, or ruching.
Bags or sachets of the forms illustrated were painted or embroidered in ribbonwork, chenille, tulle, and coloured silks.
tulle, chiffon, net and silk georgette are the most popular materials.
I scanned the shapeless mass of linen or tulle or whatever it was on her lap.
fine silk bobbin-net, c.1818, from Tulle, town in central France, where the fabric was first manufactured.