Dear tunic dress,
In the beginning of autumn when runaway queens and kings nonchalant saw hipsters with hidden legs instead of hipsters in nude legs, both retailers and me were in panic. Retailers because they needed extra fabric and me because I thought there won’t be minis to buy! But luckily that didn’t happen. Meanwhile, dear tunic dress you became popular unlike the last years when you were available only from Orla, Marc or Milly. That makes me happy somehow. Because I like to show some leg. In a nonchalant manner. That’s why you are always my first choice.
So dear tunic dress I love to buy you either embellished or not. If you are embellished you are ready to wear. When you are made of chiffon and decorated with details as bejeweled neckline, bows, peter pan or petal collars you make me look like I will dance with balloons in the sky. But mostly I love you when you are simple, made of cotton. When you are like that I wear you over blouses with interesting or decorated neckline. Also you are perfect for detachable details as bows or crochet and organza collars. So dear tunic of mine, sometimes I love you in baby doll style but prefer you in trapeze cut. Sometimes I love to wear you with heels but mostly I wear you on ballet flats and black tights. Oh, and did I mention I love when you have long sleeves?
Viennese Café dress, Chocoholic dress and Sweet Darling dress from ModCloth, dress from Temperley London at outnet
vintage letter in collage borrowed from deviantart