It already seems like a lifetime ago but I can still hear them beats from Magaluf’s finest bars and clubs. Magaluf was definitely a different type of holiday and I had so much fun with the girls. It was nice to spend some quality girl time with my friends that I don’t see often enough. Miss Tunica is a luxury beachwear brand and when they gave me the opportunity to gift me and my girls some of their finest beachwear, they wouldn’t have to ask twice.
Tunics are the perfect clothing to wear around the pool or at the beach. They’re not fussy and you can whip them on and off without any hassle. My girlfriends picked out their favourite one and very graciously modelled them for me.
Zoe | Atomic Tangerine (£67.78)
My friend Laura opted for the Zoe Atomic Tangerine which is full-length. With long sleeves and a single button that turns it from an open front to a v-neck. The colours on this kimono are so vibrant and combining that with the insane sunshine we had on the day of shooting, I did very little editing on the photo above.
The material of the tunics are very light and feel pretty luxurious. This is probably one of my favourite patterns from the whole collection that Miss Tunica has.
Augustine | Crystal White (£59.30)
So my beautiful friend Danielle, who is expecting a little un’ this year, picked the Augustine Crystal White number. A simple white tunic that has scattered gold sequins, it was perfect for Dani and she glowed in this piece.
It’s one of the simpler ones in their range but the gold sequins really adds some glamour to the kimono.
Zoe | Crystal White (£63.54)
My friend Laura (yep two Laura’s) went with a long white tunic which made her look angelic but glam AF. This one again is an open front with a button to create the v-neck finish. The tunic has sequins scattered across the entire outfit.
What was consistent with all these tunics is that they aren’t fitted so they suit all body shapes and sizes. That means you get a full choice of patterns and styles instead of being restricted to just one or two.
Maya Wild Sunset (£59.30)
And finally, I went with a short tunic that has a gold/bronze embellishment along the v-neck. With a fiery psychedelic pattern, I really fell in love with this one. All of these tunics are between £50-£70 which is certainly at the higher end of tunics but they are beautiful and you can tell that the quality is very good and they’re made to last.
I think all of the girls loved their kimonos and I’d like to thank Miss Tunica for making us look stunning and we definitely loved showing them off in sunny Magaluf.
What do you think of Miss Tunica’s kimonos? Let me know which one was your favourite in the comments below.
*Disclaimer – I was gifted these products in return for an honest review. All words are own.