Tunic as Travel Wear for the 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s: Dinner Attire
Quote of the day: “Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.” John Wooden
The next three weeks will be about 3 different “essentials” for your traveling. To me, a tunic is an easy and versatile piece of clothing to take on a trip. Tunics can be used to get dolled up for that wonderful dinner out or they can be used as casual attire for hanging out. This post will concentrate on spiffing up that tunic for a nice eating event. You can check out the travel capsules for me (Jodie) here.
50’s Tunic: This belt is perfect for traveling because it is adjustable in the back so I can wear it around my waist or around my hips!!
Tunic: Nantucket (similar here)~~Skirt: Willi Smith (similar here)~~Tank under: (similar here)~~Sandals: Nine West (similar here)~~Belt: Limited (similar here)~~Necklace: (similar here)~~Earrings: (similar here)~~Bracelet: (similar here in gold)
60’s Tunic: Nancy got this tunic in France last year!! It’s wonderfully light weight so it’s perfect for traveling since you can add layers to it!
70’s Tunic: Mom bought this tunic on her cruise in the ship gift shop. She is sure they had it mismarked so she got a great deal!
Tunic: Pia Rossini(similar here)~~Pants: Catherine Stewart (similar here)~~Tank Under: (similar here)~~Shoes: Mootsie Tootsies (similar here)~~Necklace: (similar here)~~Earrings: (similar here)~~Bracelet: (similar here)
Happy Traveling!! What clothing items are your “must take” on a trip?
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Here’s some solid colored tunics that could be versatile for traveling: