Outfit | Spring Layering: Styling The Tunic Top

21. April 2017

Wearing: Nanushka Tunic Top c/o Nanushka (old, but find similar here and here), H&M Snake Print Slippers (old, but shop similar styles here, here, and here), Zara Deconstructed Jeans (alternatives here, here, and here), Céline Caty Sunglasses c/o SmartBuyGlasses, Elizabeth And James Ring, Mango Abstract Earrings (sold out, but similar style here), and a Lulu’s Ring Bag (buy similar options here, here, and here)

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A tunic top can be a multi-purpose layering weapon for spring, particularly ones with slits. So if you are thinking about how to wear a tunic top this season, here are a few ideas:

How would you style this piece? Do you have any other suggestions on how to wear a tunic top?

Wishing you all a great Friday. x


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2 responses to “Outfit | Spring Layering: Styling The Tunic Top”

  1. Loving this styling and thanks for sharing babe x

    Millie x

  2. […] P.S.: If you are looking for more layering or end of summer transitional outfit ideas, then check out this post. […]

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