One Tunic, Three Ways

Midwest Threads
by Midwest Threads

Tunic-length tops are a girl’s best friend! Legging-friendly and food baby-friendly, too. I haven’t been able to stop wearing this camo one since I got it a couple months ago. Trust me, there’s a million ways to wear it -- now and into the colder months. Here are a few looks for inspo.

If the weather hasn’t quite turned where you live, this tunic pairs so well with shorts. I like it front-tucked, but you can also do a knot if you prefer a little more structure. This is a very laid-back and casual look, but the print makes you feel a little more put together than a basic tee would. 

When fall temps start creeping in, you can transition the tunic nicely by swapping out the shorts for a pair of black denim. Black mules and a fun hat amp up the cute-factor here. I love a front knot to give the tunic some shape and elongate the legs. 

This is how I plan to style it for a fall day. In fact, I have a trip to Vermont coming up and plan to pack this in my suitcase. The longer length of the top is well-suited for a pair of faux-leather leggings, and the added cardigan gives the upper body enough shape to let the length hang long. I topped off the outfit with a pair of sneaker wedges, but booties would also look just as cute. 

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