Today’s post is all about comfort. Whoever invented the tunic top surely had comfort in mind when she designed that style. A tunic top is one of those things you can just pop over your head with skinny jeans, jeggings or leggings and go!
I don’t seem to have many of this style but I find I am liking it more and more. And I do see tunic tops and dresses showing up on runways as part of the “street style” look.
The tunic I am styling today is an inexpensive one I picked up at TJ Maxx. The price was right — cheap! — and my sister-in-law grabbed one, too! (We just have to be sure we don’t wear them at the same time! Haha! Do you ever find yourself liking and buying the same things as your girlfriends? Yup–happens to me all the time. I guess we have the same taste!)
Once again, by adding a quality piece, like my Paige jeans, you can pull off an inexpensive top like this one. I know I mentioned how versatile the “uneven” or split hem is on these jeans. You can see here that this hem style actually compliments my Franco Sarto block-heeled sandals.
The suede slouch bag is the same one you’ve seen before–from Target. It just works with a simple outfit like this.
Jewelry is kept to a minimum. I don’t really like a lot going on at the neck with a cowl neck top–so I have added a simple gold choker. There are lots of this style of necklace available now. And, once again, gold and silver hoops continue to trend and are such an easy accessory. Here are some samples of gold hoop-style earrings and chokers, by Gorjana:
How do you style a tunic top? I would love to hear some ideas from some of you!
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