6 Ways to Style a Tunic

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6 Ways to Style a Tunic

If you couldn’t tell, I am more than a little bit obsessed with tunics at the moment. I want to wear them every day and every which way.

While it seems that retailers are suddenly calling any old shirt a tunic – seriously, some of the “tunics” I spotted while writing this post were actually crop tops – per the olden days (the Greeks and Romans and all that) tunics are supposed to be loose fitting garments that go down to one’s knees. While only one of the tunics above is anywhere close to knee-length, one of the biggest reasons I’m so smitten with tunics is because they’re usually butt-covering. Maybe it’s because I’m getting old, but tops that cover my butt are pretty much the best thing ever primarily because it means I can pair the top with a pair of leggings! (Comfort is where it’s at these days!)

Tunics are also a fantastic during all four seasons of the year. Longer tunics can be worn alone with a pair of sandals or heels when it’s hot out, or paired with a cardigan, leggings, and tall boots when it’s cold. They can be worn as beach cover-ups or paired with some jeans with brunch with the girls. The options are endless!

In an unsuccessful attempt to help myself get over my tunic addiction I put together a few different tunic outfits that will be perfect throughout the spring and summer.

Here’s where to find the items for each of the looks:

Look 1: 1. Bonfire Stories Tunic in Checkers (coming soon) – sizes S, M, L, 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X – $39.99 at ModCloth // 2. Retro Sunglasses – $13.56 at Sunglass Warehouse // 3. Midwash Stretch Denim Shorts – sizes 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38 – $60 at River Island // 4. Sperry Top-Sider Grayson – $85 at Zappos.com

Look 2: 1. Hosting for the Weekend Tunic Top – sizes S, M, L, 2X, 3X, 4X – $37.99 at ModCloth // 2. Designsix Sunburst Coral Collar – $41.40 at ASOS // 3. Reva Ballet Flats – $225 at Tory Burch // 4. S&Co Skinny Jeans – sizes 4–18 – $35.99 at Macy’s // 5. Surfrider Wrap Around Sunglasses – $14.99 at Target // 6. Lucky Brand Tory Satchel – $188 at Zappos.com

Look 3: 1. Gathered Vines Tunic – sizes XS, S, M, L – $128 at Anthropologie // 2. LAUREN Ralph Lauren Davenport Flat Envelope Crossbody – $148 at Zappos.com // 3. David Aubrey Linear Chandelier Earrings – $85 at Max & Chloe // 4. Ecote Braided Gladiator Sandal – $59 at Urban Outfitters

Look 4: 1. Foxcroft Three Quarter Sleeve Shaped Tunic – sizes 14W, 16W, 22W – $90 at Nordstrom // 2. Tanya Boyfriend Jeans – sizes 14W, 18W – $104 at NYDJ // 3. Calvin Klein Two Button Blazer – sizes 14W, 16W, 18W, 20W, 22W – $139 at Lord & Taylor // 4. Braided Strand Necklace – $36 at BaubleBar // 5. Lucite Clutch – $45.99 at Sonsi // 6. MICHAEL Michael Kors Flex Pump – $109.95 at Nordstrom

Look 5: 1. Black and White Aztec Tunic – sizes 2–18 – $29 at Dorothy Perkins // 2. Black Ankle Legging – $16 traditional or $18 plus size at Maurices // 3. Patterned Scarf – $12.95 at H&M // 4. Marc by Marc Jacobs Classic Q Percy – $198 at Zappos.com // 5. RSVP Barcelona Boot – $99 at Zappos.com

Look 6: 1. Casual Tunic – sizes 2–18 – $98 at Boden // 2. Merona Halter 1-Piece Swimsuit – sizes XS–XL – $34.99 at Target // 3. Quimby Sunglasses – $95 at Warby Parker  // 4. Billabong Geary Trips Beach Bag – $49.95 at PacSun // 5. Zen Wonder Flip Flops – $36 at Reef //

Do Tell: Do you love tunics as much as I do? Which look is your favorite? 

 

 

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