Killing Eve Tulle Dress Inspiration: How To Get The Molly Goddard Look

Follow in Villanelle's footsteps with these fashion finds.

If you’re not well versed in your fashion designers and Molly Goddard doesn’t ring a bell, her designs certainly will. A certain frothy pink tulle dress, worn by Villanelle in the hit BBC show Killing Eve, made waves for being bold, bright and downright ridiculous. If looks could kill, eh?

Goddard’s signature style was seen again at her AW19 collection at London Fashion Week, but this time it was bigger, brighter, and even better than before. And with the second series of Killing Eve out soon, we’re keen to get our hands on some tulle of our own.

If looks could kill.
If looks could kill.

While the runway version involved over 100 meters of neon pink tulle and Villanelle’s carries a hefty designer price tag, we’ve pulled together a selection of great items that can be worn everyday.

You’ll find tops, skirts and dresses that allow you to incorporate it into your wardrobe for a fuss-free look without compromising on fun.


Adidas Originals Sleek Three Stripe Mesh Tulle Skirt In Pink, ASOS, £50

Let’s start of simple shall we? This sporty-chic midi skirt can be worn with just underwear and the matching zip jacket (although you will have to wear a pair of granny pants to keep all your bits covered) or layer it over denim shorts when the weather is warmer.

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Tiered Tulle Midi Skirt, Topshop, £5 (was £32)

An absolute bargain, teaming this delicate baby pink number with a white tee and blue denim jeans is the easiest way to pull off tulle, without looking like you’re heading down the aisle. Keep your accessories to a minimum so as not to overwhelm your outfit.

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T-shirt With A Statement And Tulle Layering, Espirit, £14.99

Throw this over a pair of jeans and under a leather jacket and go for a barely-there look. Layer up the statement necklaces for a touch of sparkle, and in the summer, pair with an a-line miniskirt.

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Long Leopard Print Tulle Dress, Stradivarius, £12.99

If tiered tulle isn’t your thing, stick with one layer in leopard print, this from-flattering dress is not only affordable but easy to style, too. During the day, lace up a pair of biker boots and if you’ve got plans later, grab some gold hoops and heels.

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Lace & Beads Rio Black Dress, TFNC, £39

Play peekaboo in this transparent piece that will a little drama to a simple outfit. We’re loving the black cami underneath, although if you’re heading on a night out, you will need your big coat. Tulle isn’t known for its warmth after all.

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Mint & Berry Jumper, Zalando, £34.99

Not into a full tulle look? No problem. This black jumper is the most wearable way of adding tulle to your wardrobe. Statement sleeves are great for adding volume and look smart when worn with tapered trousers.

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Ivy Park Crop Sweatshirt, Zalando, £64.99

If it’s good enough for Beyonce, it’s good enough for us. If you’re not a fan of showing your belly button, simply wear some high waisted leggings for just a flash of midriff. When you’re not sweating it out, jeans will do the job too.

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