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Tunics: trends

All fashion-conscious women swear by tunics as the global must-have for summer. These wide cut blouses, similar to shirts, with fluttery sleeves are in fact not only the most casual holiday companions imaginable, they also cut a fine figure in the city café. No blouse is so adept at covering up small problem areas while looking so fantastic at the same time.

What to wear with tunics

On top of all that, no piece of clothing is as easy to mix and match with different styles as a tunic top. Romantic boho designs with floral embroidery go great with jeans and shorts. You can create a minimalist look by pairing plain coloured tunic tops with white trousers and simple leather accessories. The golden rule for holidays: Bikini on, tunic on top of that, and your beach look is ready.

Exclusive fashion tip

For almost all tunics, restraint is key when it comes to accessories. In any case, colourful, printed tunics should not feature any accessories at all, to prevent the look from appearing cluttered. For simple blouse designs, colourful beaded bracelets or tube bracelets are permissible as an absolute maximum.  You should avoid court shoes. Flat lace-up sandals, on the other hand, emphasise the hippie style.

Tunics


Striped long blouse with 3/4 sleeves
Flared blouse with flounces
Flared blouse with flounces
Flared blouse with flounces
Organic cotton tunic
Long blouse with an ikat print
Oversized blouse with layered look
Lightweight cotton blouse with balloon sleeves
Lightweight cotton blouse with balloon sleeves
Animal print tunic
Animal print tunic
Animal print tunic
Long chiffon blouse
Cotton tunic with embroidery
Chiffon tunic with short sleeves
Blouse with a V-neckline and collar
Blouse with a V-neckline and collar
Tunic with an all-over print
Blouse top with 3/4-length sleeves
Patterned jersey poncho

Tunics: trends

All fashion-conscious women swear by tunics as the global must-have for summer. These wide cut blouses, similar to shirts, with fluttery sleeves are in fact not only the most casual holiday companions imaginable, they also cut a fine figure in the city café. No blouse is so adept at covering up small problem areas while looking so fantastic at the same time.

What to wear with tunics

On top of all that, no piece of clothing is as easy to mix and match with different styles as a tunic top. Romantic boho designs with floral embroidery go great with jeans and shorts. You can create a minimalist look by pairing plain coloured tunic tops with white trousers and simple leather accessories. The golden rule for holidays: Bikini on, tunic on top of that, and your beach look is ready.

Exclusive fashion tip

For almost all tunics, restraint is key when it comes to accessories. In any case, colourful, printed tunics should not feature any accessories at all, to prevent the look from appearing cluttered. For simple blouse designs, colourful beaded bracelets or tube bracelets are permissible as an absolute maximum.  You should avoid court shoes. Flat lace-up sandals, on the other hand, emphasise the hippie style.