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Jen and Caroline both requested a few picks for tunics that will work on curvy figures, so here we go:
Allen Allen Scoop Neck Angled Tunic – was $53, now $42.99
Since “curvy” means a lot of things, I’m assuming that we’re talking about tunics that will flatter a large bust, large hips, or both. This floaty sleeveless tunic has an asymmetric hem and full skirt, which should glide over hips. The scoop neckline will flatter many busts, so long as it doesn’t feel too deep/revealing. Available in XS – L, and also in a bright turquoise (not on sale).
BB Dakota Gianna Belted Tunic – was $80, now $40
Depending on your curves, a belted style might be a good bet. This silky scoopneck has a built-in tassel belt that looks just darling tied at the side, as shown here. It also has a rounded hem and side slits, both of which work well on some curvy hips. Available in XS, S, and L.
Alfani Ruched Printed Tunic – was $59, now $39.99
THIS is my favorite of the bunch, far and away. In addition to the fun and funky print, this tunic has an A-line hem, three-quarter sleeves, and gentle ruching at the waistline to help define it. Ideal for the woman whose curves get lost inside an unstructured tunic. Might be a little tougher for those with large busts, though. Available in XS to XL.
Other not-currently-on-sale resources for tunics that will work on curvy figures:
- Athleta – Some styles are clingy and close-fitting, but this athletic-wear retailer also tends to include a handful of tunics with flattering necklines and flared hems. AND many styles are available in tall and plus sizes.
- Boden – So many adorable tunics! Read reviews carefully, as some have sizing issues, but definitely worth a peek.
- ModCloth – Modcloth’s offerings generally run pretty small and short, so I’d recommend seeking out empire waist dresses and checking the measurements. This shop scores low on size range, but high on cuteness.
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