Dressed for: Tunic Season

Already Pretty outfit featuring Gudrun Sjoden tunic, jeggings, olive green boots, Coclico boots, potato pearl necklace

Tunic – courtesy Gudrun Sjoden
Jeans – courtesy Karen Kane
Boots – Coclico (no longer available) – similarmore Coclico boots
Necklace – thrifted – similar items
Watch – Nixon Time Teller
Earrings – gift – similar

Glad to be back, friends, though sad to report that – as often happens when I allow myself to relax at all – I am now sick as a dog, BLECH. Even if I weren’t, though, I’d be reaching back a bit for outfits and this one is from a few weeks ago before it got all cold and sleet-y. These olive green Coclico boots had been languishing until I took them to George’s and had them lop off a few inches from the top. Amazing what a difference a bit of boot height can make! I loved pairing them with this bold printed Gudrun tunic. And also love that it’s tunic, legging, and boot season at last.


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9 Responses to “Dressed for: Tunic Season”

  1. Rose in SV

    Wow! I didn’t know that you could get boots shortened (at the top) as opposed to changing the heel. What a great idea!

  2. Olivia

    Looks great, and so comfy! I wore leggings with a tunic for the first time a couple weeks ago and I think it may have just spoiled real pants for me. I want to only wear leggings now. đŸ™‚

  3. Sarah

    George’s is a great tip! I’ve had shoes resoled there, but never thought about shortening boots. I assume they put in new zippers once the boots are shortened — about what does it cost?

  4. Melanie

    Great idea to have the tops lopped off for a whole new boot look. Glad to have you back. Get well soon!

  5. Anna

    So glad you’re back. So sorry you’re sick. Feel better, please. Meanwhile, love that Gudrun Sjoden—and the whole look.