I’m pretty excited about a Karen Hart shirt/tunic that I just added to my closet. It’s fitted, long and flattering. With a full buttoned front, this top can be used for an extra layered look or just by itself. The sleeves (which are lined with another fabric) can be turned up (to show off bracelets) or left long for extra warmth.
Long shirt/tunics may be one of those style choices that can work well for adolescents to their grandmothers–even great-grandmothers. For casual/comfortable situations, long fitted shirts pose a chic and modern look.
Also, plaid is timeless. It has been a classic as far back as I can remember and never feels old. Easily a three season piece, this shirt/tunic will see many shopping trips and get- togethers with family friends.
I found this shirt at a good friend’s boutique, What to Wear, on the central square in county seat Butler, Missouri (about 50 miles south of Kansas City). I wasn’t able to find this exact Karen Hart shirt online. However, I did find a few that were similar: plaid shirt/tunics that are fitted and buttoned all the way down, nicely versatile features.
You might try these links. I especially love #3!
I wonder if anyone else has discovered the versatility of these long buttoned up tunics for women our age. Let me know if you have. I love them, especially ones in plaid.
Thank you for reading and I hope you enjoyed my post today…stay creative.
Until next time, Style on!
Last week, I had to say goodby to my beautiful and longtime companion, Sophia. With that, I needed some shopping therapy; hence the visit to my friend Debbie’s shop. In all, I came home with five new versatile pieces. Guess I will be blogging a little more because I have ideas for each piece.
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