Tunics (& Caftans) Continued…

Well, it looks like we’ve made it to FRIDAY—Cheers to the weekend!!! :-) Today’s post features some of more “Tunic Talk”, YAY! ;-) I also added some “Caftan Talk” as well. So let’s get dive in, shall we?

One of my favorite Flashback Outfits, from my old blog, shows me wearing yet another thrifted tunic. I purposely pulled this look because it coincides with a “must have trend” on my Summer Must Have list. If you remember, I told you in the last post how much I LOVE tunics. The thrift store is a great place to purchase them. I always find the most unique prints while thrifting. Also, eBay has a nice selection (just search “tunics” or “caftans”), as well as Romans (plus size online site) & Macy’s. You can be any size to wear them and you can be very creative in styling them. Take celebs Jill Scott and Rachel Zoe. Both ladies are different sizes and they make their caftans look GREAT!

reddTunic: Thrifted//Jeans: Lane Bryant//Sandals: Bakers//Clutch: Thrifted, Goodwill//Lipstick: Mac (IDK the color…ugh!)

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Eve Pigford and Eva Longoria wear this trend in such a fun and flirty way with by wearing Tunic Dresses. If tunics are long enough, wearing them as dresses is always a nice idea, especially if you’re going for a chic and sexy look. I haven’t found one that’s the right length for me to do so, but hopefully this Summer I will.

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So, that’s my take on this trend. What’s yours? Are you a fan? Which style/look do you prefer—the tunic tops, tunic dresses, of long and flowy caftans? Let me know.

Have a GREAT weekend and be sure to follow me on Facebook & Instagram. You can keep up with my weekend happenings there. Be blessed & talk to you Monday…XO!

~Whitney

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  1. yourstylistkaren says

    Caftan and/or a tunic. I will take one of both! You were your tunic well in that first picture!

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