If you’re feeling a little softer and rounder in the tummy than you used to be, then tunic shirts are a lifesaver. Not only are they comfy, but they are designed to make you look casually chic without having to tuck in! I love the crispness of a cotton tunic shirt, and it’s flattering longer length.
Check out these five cheery tunic shirts I just came across for spring that look amazing with jeans.
This gorgeous Robin’s egg blue tunic is a sure sign that spring is here! I love this bright, pretty shirt with its pretty tropical eyelet print.
Bootcut jeans are always slimming and look fabulous with this shirt. Studded sandals, a rope bag, and these unique earrings look like they were made for this fabulous outfit.
This is the time of year when we start seeing a lot of blue and white pinstripe tops. This one is unique. It’s a relaxed pullover style with the cutest bow tie sleeves. I love it paired with white jeans, raffia earrings, and this amazing bag from Tory Burch!
The sweet bow tie slides are perfect because they match the sleeves. This is a great, easy breezy look!
Here’s a longer shirt that you could tuck in if you like, but it looks great worn out as a tunic, too. This vibrant button-up with the textured print grid pattern looks very sleek and modern. The collarless look will keep you cool as things warm up and cuffed elbow sleeves add a great touch of style.
Wear this shirt now with a pair of dark wash jeans, or later in the spring with white. I love the unusual combo of pink and yellow, and the floral bag is such a beautiful statement piece.
Long Tunic Shirt
A tunic shirt comes in different lengths that range from just below the hip to just above the knee. This pretty mint one with the cute side slits is perfect for gals who like more thigh coverage. The color and shape are wonderful. It’s slim through the waist with a gentle flare out, so if you are wide through the hips or thighs, this is ideal.
Gold and white accessories add a classy touch.
Non-Iron Tunic Shirt
Crisp, tailored tunics look great with jeans, but it’s no fun having to iron them. That’s why I like this lovely stretch tunic made from a non-iron fabric. It features a relaxed drop shoulder, sporty 3/4 length sleeves, and a figure-enhancing shape.
Tunics shirts also look great with cropped jeans, as you can see here. I like them with low heeled sandals to elongate your legs. These clear slides are very sophisticated and right on-trend.
Foxcroft makes all of the shirts I’ve shown here. If you’d like to see more you can check out more of their latest spring styles here.
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