Tunic Ties
I truly hope that tunics don’t go the way of the poncho, brooch, and prairie skirt because I love this trend and hope it sticks around for awhile or at least until I lose about 10 pounds.  Just about anyone can embrace the tunic trend because they provide a flattering and comfortable look.  There are many choices out there from hip length to longer.  Choose the silhouette and length best for your figure.  Tunics in a lightweight material are a perfect choice to incorporate into your travel wardrobe.  They can be combined with leggings, skinny jeans, Capris, or shorts.

bltnct.jpg$29.99 This versatile tunic from LaRedoute.com
pairs well with pants, capri’s, and leggings.
Linen and cotton blend keeps you cool.

_5300088.jpg$68 This tied tunic top by
Sweet Pea is made up of
a quick drying nylon

NMT13V6_mn.jpg$58.00 This pima cotton blend tunic
by Splendid has softness and simple
details that make it special.

_5386085.jpg$68 This dramatic print tunic
by Coleur de Rose will liven
up black basics. It consists
of all synthetic materials which
dry quickly.

0029629.jpg$39.50 This tunic from Lane
Bryant has flattering seaming
and comes in a cotton/
synthetic blend.

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