Behold the printed tunic top. Kind of like a souped-up blue shirt - and the grown-up way to embrace casual glamour on a balmy summer's day. An uncomplicated style providing freedom of movement and a subtle flash of colour is the sartorial equivalent of a chilled glass of wine on a rooftop terrace. So. As a wannabe Tucker-wearer and fan of effortless style, this is the kind of sign I like to see when I'm in New York:
Before the Blog Widower could utter the words, 'I'll wait outside,' I'd whipped my top off and joined the fray faster than John Terry at the Champions League Final. After the impromtu trying-on session, I came away with this gorgeous feather print top for a bargainous $100. And a navy blue silk maxi dress which, if the weather holds, I'll be wearing to a friend's wedding this weekend. If not, I'll be in the tunic top and my old Rag & Bone trousers. For a recent business meeting, followed by drinks, I wore my new Tucker top with jeans and these Clarks flatforms (also purchased for the wedding):
|J Brand jeans from Matches.|
|Clarks flatform shoe.|
Sadly, I'm still suffering from First Day Of Summer Feet. But with a little perseverance and another box of Elastoplast, by the time the wedding comes around I'll be footloose and plaster-free.
The Tucker feather print top is available from my-wardrobe and Hunter Dunn.