So this tunic of mine has been getting LOTS of use this year. I have it in two colors because I love it so much. But…in mid-winter, it’s almost too easy to get caught up in the routine of add leggings + winter boots, so I thought I’d try to switch it up a bit and come up with some new ways to wear it. (I did the same thing this past fall when I paired tunics with skirts, but this post is a bit more winter-friendly…and if you’re one of the lucky ones who can wear tunics and skirts without tights right now, I need to come visit). Here’s what I came up with…
We’re Obsessed — 8 Outfits With THAT Free People Tunic Sweater
1. Tunic Outfit For Everyday – Add Your Favorite Jeans + Booties
An easy everyday go-to, just add jeans and boots, and you’re ready for whatever the day brings. (And yes, Ozzie is still in his Santa pjs . . . they didn’t quite fit over Christmas, so we’re getting our money’s worth now!)
2. Tunic Outfit For Date Night: Try A Midi Skirt + Tall Boots
I kind of like the somewhat-monochromatic look here, but I’d also pair this exact outfit with black boots or swap out the tan skirt for a black one…this is a better option for winter than some of my other skirt ideas from this post. (Add tights for extra warmth.)
3. Tunic Outfit For Work: Add Basic Black Pants + Funky Pumps
Add a little bit of interest to an otherwise pretty
boring simple outfit with some fun patterned shoes. These boots would work if your feet tend to be cold alllll the time. (Me.)
4. Tunic Outfit For Brunch: Layer Over a Dress + Add Booties
I styled up this dress for our style challenge recently (here are all the details on the style challenge) and loved the way it looked with a tunic. Once the weather melts some of this snow, I can wear these lighter booties, but for now, I’ll be sticking with the warmer Dolce Vita ones. (They’re a great way to be able to wear dresses and skirts in the colder weather, and they’re 30% off right now!)
5. Tunic Outfit For Travel: Try Comfy Sweater Pants + Sneakers
This feels like a sweatsuit, but doesn’t look like you’re about to crawl into bed. These stretchy knit pants are perfect for travel–comfy and soft–and I love the cropped length. They also come in camel with a black stripe. The sweater is nursing-friendly because it lifts up easily, and the pants are high enough to cover most of your belly (or you could always add a nursing tank underneath). P.S. How cute is Ozzie? He loves mirrors right now.
6. Tunic Outfit For a School Function: Add Black Denim Flares + Pointy Toe Booties
A little more stylish than basic black pants, but still a step up from regular denim. And, guys, these are my ABSOLUTE FAVORITE flares of all time. I’ve been waiting for them to come back in stock and here they are. Now I’m going to need that denim color. (Reviewers love these too–they come in three lengths for the perfect fit).
7. Tunic Outfit For Errands: (Everyone’s Favorite) Faux Leather Leggings + Funky Sneakers
I mean, when in doubt add leggings, right? These are a step-up from your traditional black stretchy leggings and help to hold everything in. You’ve got a comfortable outfit that doesn’t look sloppy. (Swap out the sneakers for a pair of boots to go from errands to drinks!)
8. Tunic Outfit For Weekends: Add Skinnies + Over-the-Knee Boots
When we visit Shana & fam, we are WALKING everywhere on the weekends. Flat shoes are necessary and over-the-knee boots keep the style up (and add some warmth in colder weather!) without sacrificing comfort.
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