White denim is everywhere this spring!
Crop, skinny, bootcut or destroyed – there is something for everyone.
One of my favorite ways to wear white skinny jeans during the warmer months is with a tunic top.
There are three reasons I started wearing tunics with white jeans.
(1) I wanted to cover my butt
(2) Some of my favorite tunics are just too short to wear as a dress
(3) I was being lazy
Here’s a look at one pair of white skinny jeans – styled 4 ways.
All outfits feature my Paige Verdugo Ankle Jeans, for this seasons crop version HERE
Casual to dressy and a little in between.
Casual Weekend Look
Nanako Tunic HERE, Michael Kors Zebra Bag, Donald Pliner Wedge Sandal
A quick side note: My Michael Kors bag was a Mother’s Day gift last year and is sold out. But check out what I spotted at Nordstrom Rack the same day I took this photo!
Get it for less HERE
Latique Romona Drawstring Canvas Bag Was $97.00 | now $42.97 | Nordstrom Rack
There were plenty in the store this week when I was there, online currently only has the Zebra pattern available
Casual Weekend Look using a cover-up as a tunic
St. Tropez West dip-dye cover-up, Isabella Fiore tote bag, Anthropologie sandals
Easy Black and White
Nanako Kimono, Rag and Bone tee, Kendra Scott Rayne Pendant, Deux Lux Fringe Crossbody bag fromm Last Call, Prada Wedge Sandals
Switch out the wedges for a flat sandal and you have a daytime look
H and M tunic dress, Alexis Bitter cuff, Banana Republic clutch, Gold Sandals via Ebay
The silkiness of the tunic with gold accessories dress the look up a bit.
Where I find tunics:
First check your swimsuit drawer – coverups make great tunics as well as swimsuit coverups!
Brands such as BodenUSA, Lilly Pulitzer (look for less coming soon to Target, more on this collab coming Saturday on AskSuzanneBell), JCrew, Toss, Nanako, Roberta Roller Rabbit, Michael Kors just to name a few. Anthropologie and Free people always have a great selection of tunics.
Here’s a few I spotted recently while browsing online.
Click on photo for links and where to buy.
Now you know my lazy girl go-to spring outfit look.
The key with tunic dressing is getting the length that works for you.
A trip to the tailor can get that tunic to sit exactly right on your thigh. It’s worth the $5.00-$10.00 to make that happen. Some places like Nordstrom may even do it when you buy a full price top at no cost, you can always ask.
Petite? Crop the pant and throw on a pair of wedges, instant tallness!
Have a fabulous week ladies and thanks for stopping by!
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