6 Ways I’m Wearing My Beloved Free People Easy Street Tunic

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Recently, while I was hosting ‘Ask Me Anything’ on The Mom Edit’s Instagram, one of the questions I received was, What’s your favorite sweater?

I didn’t even have to think twice about my answer because, hands down, it’s the Easy Street Tunic from Free People.

I’ve owned this sweater for at least five years and I have gotten endless wear out of it. The quality is outstanding, as it’s probably been washed over thirty times by now and it’s never lost its shape. Not to mention, it’s super versatile and can be styled in a plethora of different ways — and it’s especially good for fall outfits. Let me show you four ways I’m currently wearing my Easy Street Tunic, plus two ways I’ve styled it in the past.

The Fall Sweater You Can Wear With Anything: Free People Easy Street Tunic

From lacey slip skirts to cargo pants to biker shorts, is there any way you can’t wear this Free People sweater? If so, I’ve yet to find it! I’ve gotten years and years of wear out of my most-worn sweater of all time. And it comes in seven different color options so the options truly are endless. Keep scrolling to see how I’ve styled mine. FYI: There is also a cropped version of the Easy Street Tunic available, too!

Where to buy the Free People Easy Street Tunic: Nordstrom | Free People | Zappos | Macy’s | Amazon

1. With A Lace Slip Skirt & Adidas Sambaroses

A slip skirt with an oversized sweater and a pair of casual sneakers has long been one of my favorite fall outfit ideas.

Sweater (M, Runs Large) | Similar Lace Skirt | Sneakers (7.5, TTS) | Belt Bag

A slip skirt with an oversized sweater and a pair of casual sneakers has long been one of my favorite transitional weather outfit ideas. Never underestimate the power of a lace-slip skirt, it’s one of my favorite ways to add some ‘chic’-ness to any outfit. Also, I am really loving my Adidas Sambaroses, not to be confused with the Adidas Sambas, which I also have. And to defend myself for the purchase of two very similar-looking pairs of shoes, the Sambaroses are platform and have a more slim fit. So, that is a very valid reason for me to buy two pairs of almost identical shoes, okay?? 😉


Outfit 2. With Biker Shorts & Adidas Sambas

The Easy Street Tunic goes perfectly with biker shorts because it's longer in the back and offers superior bum coverage.

Sweater (M, Runs Large) | Shorts (M, TTS) | Sneakers (7.5, TTS) | Belt Bag

This is probably one of my most repeated outfits of all time. As someone who is self-conscious of their legs, I’ve been feeling more and more comfortable going out in biker shorts because they are so dang comfortable (#freethelegs). The Easy Street Tunic goes perfectly with biker shorts because it’s longer in the back and offers superior bum coverage.


Outfit 3. With Cargo Jeans & Lug-Sole Boots

These Agolde Cooper Cargo jeans just arrived and already I can tell they are going to be a fall favorite.

Sweater (M, Runs Large) | Jeans at Nordstrom (28, TTS), at SAKS, at Revolve | Boots (7.5, Runs Large)

These Agolde Cooper Cargo jeans just arrived and already I can tell they are going to be a fall favorite, for sure. They also come in a few different denim washes that are perfect for fall, including a black wash and a lovely medium wash. It was a no-brainer to pair them with my favorite oversized sweater and my Palladium boots. It’s giving “carpenter” vibes, and I am here for it.


Outfit 4. With Barrel Jeans

This sweater & these jeans are two of my most-worn pieces currently in my closet.

Sweater (M, TTS) | Jeans (28, Runs Large) | Adidas (7.5, TTS)

I almost didn’t include this outfit because it did not turn out like I thought it would in my head. I’ve been trying to make the baggy trend work for me and I feel like this look is maybe just missing…..something. I think the silhouette is just lacking some shape or some contrast, Although, separately this sweater and these jeans are two of my most-worn pieces currently in my closet. Thoughts? Maybe once I add my belt bag in that will help create some interest and complete the look, or maybe the sweater just needs a good side tuck. Don’t get me wrong, this is probably one of the most comfortable (non-sweatpants) outfits I own at the moment and you will see me rockin’ this outfit at my local Costco.


Outfit 5. Floral Slip Dress & Pointed Toe Booties

 This look is one of my favorite ways to style the Easy Street Tunic from Free People.

Sweater | Similar Floral Slip Dress | Similar Boots

From the archives! This look is one of my favorite ways to style the Easy Street Tunic from Free People. It’s also a great transitional weather outfit option. The floral slip dress is long gone BUT I was able to find a super similar one at Nordstrom. *Sidenote: Looking at these old pictures is really making me miss my darker hair, but I can practically hear my poor over-processed hair screaming: noooo, leave us alooone. 😉


Outfit 6. With Skinny Cargos & Boots

Skinny jeans create a very flattering silhouette when paired with the Easy Street Tunic & some chunky lug-sole boots.

Sweater | Similar Pants | Similar Boots

Another one from the archives! Here’s one last easy, everyday outfit you can probably pull together mostly with pieces already in your closet. I know we are all finding ourselves wearing our skinny jeans less and less but I’ve not given up on them completely when they work for an outfit. And skinny jeans just so happen to create a very flattering silhouette when paired with the Easy Street Tunic and some chunky lug-sole boots.


Hope you enjoyed this post! If there is something you’d like to see me cover, let me know in the comments and I’ll try to make it happen!

Sincerely, Jess

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This Free People sweater goes with anything: from cargo pants to a slip skirt, from Adidas Sambas to Palladium boots, it's ready for all the fall outfits.

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