Gray Draped Tunic

Asymmetrical gray tunicIt’s funny how there are certain articles of clothing we are drawn to over and over again. For me, it’s always a good tunic top. I think it stems from growing up, when I was super tall but living in a world of low-rise jeans- it was impossible to find a top that was long enough. Now I love them to be as long as possible and frequently wear mini dresses as tops (mostly because, again- really tall). This gray draped tunic is perfect. It has plenty of length and it also happens to be super comfortable and versatile.

Gray Draped TunicI love really soft, worn-in tees and this gray draped tunic fits the bill. It’s super thin and a bit sheer and it feels like a tee I’ve worn forever. It’s the kind of piece I will constantly reach for in my closet, just because it’s that comfy.

OOTD Gray Tunic and Skinny JeansI really like the drape of this top- it’s oversized and it hangs really well, plus the asymmetrical hem and side slit are really fun to play around with. It’s the kind of top that looks great paired with skinny jeans and leggings but also works when layered under a sweater.

Gray Asymmetrical TunicThe boatneck top is surprisingly versatile. This gray draped tunic can be worn normally or pulled off the shoulder on one side for a more playful look. I love the size and cut of this top and it’s so easy to pull at it throughout the day to create different shapes and looks.

OOTD Gray Draped TunicI’m a big fan of clothes that look great but really feel like they’re meant to be lived in- those pieces that can be worn out to brunch or as pajamas. This tunic is so soft and comfortable and I love finding new ways to wear it.

Tobi Gray Draped TunicGray Draped Tunic: Tobi Rachel Grey Tunic Top // Ankle Jeans: Jolt, similar here and here // Scalloped Flats: LC Lauren Conrad // Sunglasses: The Row // Statement Necklace: Sugarfix by Baublebar, similar here // Lipstick: NARS Schiap

What do you buy over and over again?


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