Tunic as Travel Wear for the 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s: Excursion Attire
Quote of the day: “Live, so you do not have to look back and say: ‘God, how I have wasted my life.'” Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
Continuing with the travel theme, I’ll show ways to style the tunic for “play.” On any type of trip, most people plan to go on an excursion or two. The excursion might be a planned outing with a professional guide or it could be a do-it-yourself jaunt if you like to find out about the location on your own. Either way, the realism is that you must have good walking shoes. I showed how to wear this same tunic out for a nice dinner here or even for a day on the ship.
50’s Tunic: I tucked the front of my tunic into my shorts for this post. The sneakers are some of my favorites since they are colorful yet comfy! I do wear my orthotics in them for long walking treks.
Tunic: Nantucket (similar here)~~Shorts: Merona (similar here)~~T-shirt Under: H & M (similar here)~~Belt: Limited (similar here)~~Shoes: Chinese Laundry (similar here)~~Necklace: (similar here)~~Earrings: (similar here)~~Bracelet: (similar here)
60’s Tunic: Nancy was vacationing in a cooler region, we had her add a long sleeve shirt under the tunic for warmth. And she needed it!!!
70’s Tunic: Our original plan included pink Keds for walking that mom could wear with her orthotics. However the pink Keds ripped open on the trip, eek! Therefore mom ended up purchasing these white tennies. They worked just as well with everything she took on the trip.
If you liked any of these photos, it would help me if you pinned them to your own Pinterest board. It’s one way that others can see our outfits.
Even if you wouldn’t consider purchasing your clothing online, it can be helpful to look through my links to see what is available! It certainly doesn’t hurt my feelings, if you click on them but don’t like them. Just so you know, one of the ways I make money from this blog is through these linked items.
Keeping in Touch
I would feel extremely thankful if you sign up for the emails to let you know when a post goes live. Just add your email to the pink box that says updates to your inbox. I only use this email list to send out a notice for my posts, and to offer my regular readers a chance at a survey now and then. In the future, I plan to incorporate special offerings to my email subscribers.
Here’s some cute sneakers to wear for lots of walking