SPF, skimpy bikinis, pareos, fruity umbrella drinks, tunics — all are Miami summer staples. And no one knows tunics better than inca. 'Nuff said.
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SPF, skimpy bikinis, pareos, fruity umbrella drinks, tunics — all are Miami summer staples. And no one knows tunics better than inca which is why they created a variety of tunics so versatile you can take them all from day to night and everywhere in between.
The quintessential find for a summer style overhaul, these multifunctional pieces look great as cover-ups for a day at the beach St.Tropez-style. Stylistas can also don their inca tunic’s with a tank over summery white pants for a resort-chic look.
Each piece also works as a standalone with a pair of heels or gladiator sandals for dinner or a night on the town.
From one-shoulder to bejewled to comfy cotton inca has something for everyone. Scoop up the Jackie silk-beaded V-neck ($300), Agape Greek-embroidered ($225), Fairy crochet with fringe ($250), Bahia Mexican poncho with fringe ($175), Johnny silk beaded one-shoulder ($300) or Peace modal poncho ($165) styles for a sizzling look.
You go, cover girl.
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