Covered Perfectly Cascading Vest and Simple Comfort Tunic - By Susan, Fifty, not Frumpy

Covered Perfectly Cascading Vest and Simple Comfort Tunic - By Susan, Fifty, not Frumpy

Note from Pauline Durban, Founder of Covered Perfectly: Regular visitors to the Covered Perfectly site, know that I feature Susan often. She even came out for the last photoshoot, so you will see pictures of her on the web site. She is a great example of how amazing you can look at any age.

Thank you, Susan, for being part of my journey...

Covered Perfectly Cascading Vest and Simple Comfort Tunic

Many of you have asked me about the Covered Perfectly tunics ever since I was in California to model for the line earlier this year.

Today I thought I would show you the two pieces I get the most questions about.

The question I am most often asked is "Can you see through the white tunics?". The medium I am wearing fits well, but the fabric is so densely woven, the black leggings I am wearing do not show underneath the white fabric even in natural daylight.

The second question I am often asked is, "What other ways can the cascading vest be worn?"

I forgot to bring a belt for this shoot, but you could wear the vest belted for a slimmer silhouette. I also like to wear it knotted low in front.

You can also wear it as a scarf. Hold one of the armholes in one hand and put the rest of the garment around your neck and thread it all through the armhole. Viola! You have a lovely scarf!

The tunic is so comfortable and lightweight you can wear it even on the hottest day. The easy-care fabric can be machine washed and hung to dry.

For a limited time, Fifty, not Frumpy followers can get a 20% discount on up to two items! Use the discount code FNF20 when you check out at Covered Perfectly. There are several styles to choose from and the discount will apply on up to two items, after that, you can take advantage of the buy 2 get 1 FREE special!

Thank you for joining us on this journey through midlife and beyond. The second fifty years are truly the best!

FYI - this print is no longer available, however, there are plenty of substitutes.

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