The Boho Tunic Top & How To Make It Classy

You could probably by now list off my favorite items from this season because I manage to drag them back into every article I write. At least I know what I like. There are so many different ways to style great pieces of clothing, which is why we’re gonna cross the tunic bridge again.

Wearing a tunic with as a dress or with great jeans will always be a cute look. But what if you need to city slick it up a bit and your boho tunic isn’t working for you. A good way to style any outfit is to remember balance. With todays case in point, a billowy top goes great with a more structured skirt, while adding classic accessories and shoes creates balances out the boho versus “ohno” by bringing in that touch of timeless style. Think peep toe heels, oversized black sunnies, structured little bags. What you do with your hair is also semi vital. For a look like this I would go with a slicked up top knot or straight hair.

Check out the look below and let me know what you think!! A disclaimer: I couldn’t decide between a black purse or a this tan buck bag.. Which would you choose?

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  1. dalruss says:

    I’d go with the tan bag…. just lovely.

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