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Tunic Tip

I purchased a tunic from Boden two summers ago and still pull it out with my white slacks to wear to special Spring/Summer occasions or throw it on with my bathing suit at the pool or beach. And it seems like every time I wear it, I get complimented on the style and colors.

Now, I love some Boden, but we all know it ain't cheap. So when I came across some adorable tunics at World Market recently for only $19.99 a piece, I could hardly contain my excitement! I picked up one last Friday in yellow and grey (along with new curtains, new bath mat, etc., etc. - I love that store).

And I really don't care if you go all "Single White Female" on me (as my friend Mary recently said to me) and buy one yourself! I just hate to keep a good deal secret!



I did find these pics online, but I don't see that they are available to purchase online, so you'll have to hit up your local World Market and check out all the goodies yourself. Mine had them in several different colors and I may just have to go back for another one.

While you're there, be sure to check out some of the other summer stuff they've just gotten in! My deck is screaming for a World Market makeover!

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  1. I have never been to a World Market! I need to go...

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  2. I'm glad this reposted in my Reader, since Blogger wouldn't let me comment yesterday . . . I'm all about the tunic/ white jeans look this summer, so off I go to World Market. Thanks for the tip!

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  3. Wow, I would never think to look at World Market for a tunic. Those are adorable. I was just in there today (quickly) but missed them, I'll definitely be going back to find the tunics. Thanks for the tip!

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  4. I'm so excited to read this- I'm relocating to Raleigh/Durham as soon as the job search allows, and I've never heard of World Market. Just another thing to look forward to - and I'm your newest follower!

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  5. I so need to get one or both of those!!

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  6. World Market is one of my favorite places to shop! I would love to have some of their tunics. I can never find tops that are long enough on me. I will add this to my shopping list.

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