Cents of Style has these insanely cute and comfortable Tunic Tops available in several styles and a variety of colors. I chose the keyhole in blue for Spring. I thought it would be so cute with a pair of leggings and some ballet flats for a casual spring look.
So my top came in the mail and I tried it on and loved it, then I couldn’t find it. I walked outside yesterday and saw this.
Do you see what I see? That is my daughter and my top. Being all cute and innocent looking at the cows.
She said it was so cute she just wanted to try it on but then it was so soft she didn’t want to take it off. Now I guess I am going to have to order another one so I can have one. LOL
Have you noticed the price of maternity clothes lately? The cost is outrageous! In the past I’ve spent too much time sorting through discount bins and second hand stores for something that fits. But NOTHING looks good, especially when you feel so frumpy.
When you’re pregnant, you absolutely deserve to feel cute and stylish. Since it’s impossible to survive in your original clothes, buying something new is inevitable. So where can you find affordable items that still look fabulous?
The easiest thing is to find clothes that will work whether you’re pregnant or not. That way you’re still cute, comfortable, and not frustrated about the shopping and spending. This is what I’ve done most often with a little inspiration from Cents of Style.
Here is everything I like about this tunic:-billowy fabric
-stretchy, but not form fitting
-breathable and comfortable
-no worries about hiding a bloated belly
-roomy for a preggo belly
-can be worn with many different bottom types
-is casual but also dressy
-did not stick to my other clothing
From: Nicole @ MomTrends
It’s time to talk about how to style a tunic. If mom life is your reality, you are probably all too familiar with tunics. They are very flattering, when you are first expecting, right after baby and then beyond into motherhood. Why? Because a great tunic shows off your assets–your neckline, your chest and your arms. Tunics are great because they don’t hug the middle of your body or your backside. Yes, areas that most moms are consider “a work in progress.”
I styled mine with slim jeans, a cuff bracelet and flats. This outfit can go anywhere in comfort and style. This outfit came along with me on spring break. It’s easy to pack and easy to wear. I just love the drape of this fabric.
From: Mary @ Mission To Save.
Swingy Spring tunics and leggings are the perfect pair for the season. And Cents of Style is featuring two of their favorite tunics for this Spring. They are available in multiple colors, and fitting sizes 0 – 18….and highlight two of this Spring’s hottest trends. We want to know: will you be wearing the babydoll or keyhole style this Spring? It’s ok if you answer both. We are kind of in love with all of them. These tunics are right on trend, look amazing on a variety of body styles.
I chose to go with the keyhole style tunic. Because I am a shortie- ha!- this tunic is actually more like a swing dress on me. I love the 3/4 sleeves for spring. And the little details like the front (and back) keyhole and the seam across the chest add just the right style.
Since leggings are the mom-wear trend these days, I thought I’d style this tunic with a printed pair and a solid pair in a fun spring color. I actually really love the navy blue and coral color combo. I wore the coral outfit yesterday with the boots shown below, perfect for winter to spring transition. But I can’t wait to get the toes painted to wear it with sandals too.