*This post talks about how to half tuck tunics for a different look. Some of the items featured were gifted to me for a product review
It’s Friday and it’s going to be a huge weekend. I’m not sure if I mentioned this before or not, but my sister’s wedding is this Saturday. I’m the Maid of Honor and it’s a position I don’t take lightly. I’ll be doing everything I can to make sure she’s mentally and physically prepared. It’s crazy to think about how many things go into preparing for a wedding. I used to wonder why it had to take a whole year to plan one. After helping my sister out for the past couple of months, I understand. The expenses associated with a wedding alone can warrant the length of time needed to plan. I would have a headache if I had to be doing all of that. At any rate, I’m super excited to see her get married this weekend.
The beautiful weather we’re having not only has me thinking about the wedding. I’ve also been thinking about what to wear for this transitional weather we’re having. Tunics have long since been a favorite of mine. They’re longer than normal tops so it’s not always easy to style them. Not everyone likes the untucked look. You can half tuck tunics for a different look if you want to try something new. It gives it more of a “high-low” effect which can be cute if done right. Today I’m wearing the Mixed-Tiles Gossamer Tunic from J. Jill’s March Collection. I decided to pair it with jeans instead of the usual, which would be leggings. In doing that, I sort of created the necessity for the tunic to be styled in a different way. By doing a half tuck, I was able to stray from the norm.
Here’s my look:
*Photos taken by Richard Glass
Hope you all have a great weekend!
Have any of you ever tried to half tuck tunics for a different look?
*All opinions in this post are 100% my own
Until next time…