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#OOTD | 4 Ways to style a tunic

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Hey guys, today I'm going to bring you a post on how to wear a tunic 4 different ways :) I mean they are pretty simple ways to subtly change the tunic style depending on the event or just the way you feel. So I have named mine : modest, smart/casual, badass and lazy. I wonder if you can guess which is which haha!

I got sent this beautiful tunic from NoLoGo-Chic.co.uk  which is 100% linen and I actually really like it as a garment. I cant say I have ever owned a tunic like this before but  I found it to be a very versatile piece of clothing. I like how you can dress it down or up or even just use it as a cover-up/coat.

As you can see from the photos I paired it with some jeans with a simple flower design and a slogan tee.
What's your favourite way that I styled it?             


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