Tunic as Travel Wear for the 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s: Relaxing Attire
Quote of the day: “You can’t force commitment, what you can do…You nudge a little here, inspire a little there, and provide a role model. Your primary influence is the environment you create.” Peter Senge
You should, in my opinion, always plan times on vacation, when you are relaxing. If you’re on a cruise ship, you may be walking around the boat, going to tea or even gambling. If you’re on another kind of trip, your relaxation time may be hanging out at a park or ambling down to the local bar for a drink. For this occasion, I put us all in shoes that are relatively good for walking–yet they are not walking shoes. This same tunic got dressed up for dinner (here) and went out for an excursion (here).
50’s Tunic: My necklace is truly one of my treasures. It was made by an Israeli designer and has fabric incorporated into it. I added my kimono because I’m always freezing inside with the air conditioning!
Tunic: Nantucket (similar here)~~Pants: Loft (similar here)~~Kimono: Sheinside (similar here)~~T-Shirt Under: (similar here)~~Sandals: Merona (similar here)~~Necklace: (similar here)~~Earrings: (similar here)~~Bracelet: (similar here)
60’s Tunic: This tunic is perfect since it’s quite lightweight, so you can wear it when it’s warmer and not overheat!
70’s Tunic: Mom’s tunic is long enough for donning leggings. And, of course, she has on one of her owl accessories!
Here are some print tunics: