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Layering with Flower Power

January 20, 2015

Maybe you’ve noticed, but the 60’s is having a major moment in fashion right now. From the minute I laid eyes on this simple flower print fabric, I knew what I would do with it. It just screamed to be made into something short, slim, and very mod. It’s technically a tunic…which is just a fancy way of saying that you can wear it however you want. Cue: pants, skirts, workshirts, and layers of sequins.

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Return of the (not yet finished) upcycled dress still on the mannequin and the rabbit still on the floor like last time. Shirt [men’s J.crew], Tunic [Buchanan], Boots [Piperlime eons ago. These would look cool too.]

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Chambray is always a good decision. You literally CAN NOT go wrong with it right now.

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Ever worn a tunic with a suit? I didn’t think so, but it works surprisingly well. Suit [Target]

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The mini dress (I mean tunic) passes the work dress code, and I’m in love (with the look and my mannequin).

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What goes with everything? Yeah that’s right…sequins. Now that’s something I can slow dance to. Side note: I’m really good at slow dancing…obviously. Skirt [Target]

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This tunic is a super lightweight crepe, so that’s why it is easy to fold, tuck, and layer with. If you want to try this look and get a layering tunic, opt for something that won’t wrinkle easily and is made from lightweight fabric. You want to have an effortless look rather than a ‘I put on too many clothes this morning’ look. This is also a great way to wear your dresses if they somehow became 7 inches shorter the minute you took them home.

Bring on the tunics!! More deets about this tunic here.

xoxo, Bucky

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