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Modcloth. Mmmm...comfy.

  • Donna Wood

    LOL....I have this top! I picked it up at a little boutique in Blue Ridge, GA. It's awesome and so incredibly comfortable :-)

Hosting for the Weekend Tunic in Merlot - Modcloth. Purty color.

Book Blurb Top - Modcloth. I wanna wear bright orange earrings with this!

Bright Bryce Canyon Top from Modcloth. Me likey.

  • Dana Eastburn

    Are you sewing too? I've taught myself the basics & just got my material to make some shirts.

Hosting for the Weekend Tunic from Modcloth. Cute with skinny jeans, flats, and gold jewelry!

  • Debbie Reader

    Got it, and before I even read your description above that is how I wore it! Looking good!

Ohhh, if only I had the arms!

Garnet Hill - Original Clothing, Bedding and Home Decor

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  • Nancy Savory

    amen Stephanie and lawna

  • Jenny Jones

    I'm a personal trainer and could be yours with food payments! Would be the best payment ever! : )

  • Suzie Silvia

    Solved the problem with short crocheted jackets-perfect!!

  • Dana Ross

    Me too! Mine are too muscular and would not look feminine in these, but I wish as they are purty!

  • Kathy Griffith

    seems garnet hill doesn't carry anything above a size 14, hmmm, darn.

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I must be a gypsy at heart, because my whole life's happiness is right here in this top.

Free People Embellished Mimi Tunic

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  • Natalie Van

    I could never cook, or eat, in this blouse! I'm picturing those sleeves soaking up gravy, dipping in the nacho cheese!

  • Janice Bussert

    I love this top sooo much

Free People Maheya Indigo Print Tunic. Of course, I'd likely wear pants with it.

Free People Maheya Indigo Print Tunic

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Mmm. I love this. Skinny jeans, brown beat-up boots, big chunky bracelet, amen.

flourish design + style: fab finds, DEALUXE

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My favorite color right now.

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With black leggings? And turquoise cowboy boots? And hair in a messy braid? Yep.

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This makes my soul sing. I'd wear with jeans, cork wedges, bright blue jewelry.

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If I had a waist, I'd wear this with skinny jeans, black wedges, and big gold earrings.

  • Wendy Advocate

    I agree with you Megan. Ree'sPioneer tops

  • Incognito Teacher

    I have this. It isn't nearly as cute in person.

  • Leatrice Gulbransen

    please ladies... lets get ree to make an affordable line of her own! i am desperate to look like a female again! anybody help?

  • Hailee Bailey

    That is gorgeous!

  • Dana Feiock

    I wish Ree would start a clothing line of tops and tunics. I think she always looks so nice. It is definitely something I would buy!

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Shivali Dolman Top - Anthropologie. So cute, it should be illegal.

Shivali Dolman - anthropologie.com

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  • Patti Gipson

    Love this top! Saw you wearing it on your cooking show! (By the way, I love your FN cooking show) :)

  • Jane Pilcher

    I love this print. So pretty and feminine.

  • gloria candler

    SAW THIS TOP ON YOU MAKING THE PANCETTA PASTA AND FELL IN LOVE IT IS SO PRETTY.. AND I HATE SHOPPING.. sorry my caps was on not yelling... thanks

  • ✨natalia✨

    I love youre cooking me and my my always look forward to it everyday!

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Antique Fair Tunic | Modcloth. Very purty.

  • Sasha Martin | Global Table Adventure

    Oh, this is so you! Totally flowy and would look great with boots :)

  • Donna Nance

    We have the same taste in tunic-wear! They cover up a multitude of sins, don't they?!

  • Shannon Riegle

    I love you dear P Dub but if we were BFF's I would tell you to consider branching out in the tops category. No need to cover up that great figure. I wish we could go on Oprah's tunic intervention!

  • Jenel W.

    Where was the top from that you were wearing for your Thanksgiving Dinner?

  • DeDe Long

    I feel just the opposite! The tunics are so you and I love your style, Ree; your tops, earrings, hair! You got it goin on. :)

Green tunic from Modcloth. This is my new favorite color to wear. I'd throw this on with skinny white jeans (if I had any), high cork wedges, and some chunky orange earrings. Amen.

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Three Tiered Floral Silk Blouse. I'd wear it with jeans, colorful cowboy boots, and my hair in a messy braid as I gathered daisies from the field. Just kidding about the daisies.

Elizabeth's Embellishments

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Kelwa Dress - Anthropologie. Another dress I'd wear as a tunic with my (standby) skinny jeans and big coral earrings. Yum.

Kelwa Dress - anthropologie.com

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Enchanted Button Back Dress from Anthropologie. I'd wear it as a tunic with skinny jeans and jade-colored dangle earrings.

Enchanted Button Back Dress

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If I had good arms, I'd wear this with skinny jeans and vintage cowboy boots.

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Johnny Was.

  • Donna Walk

    I love your style of dress. You always look neat and put together without being fussy. I'm going on a shopping tour to buy some tunics. Hope they'll be as nice as yours.

  • Diane Lengyel

    sorry Ree but I have to agree-these are for the rich.Us middle,slowing lowering,class can't afford these.But they sure are pretty.

  • Denise Bolin

    These prices are crazy

  • Cathlen Ross

    I kind of love Johnny was. For sure not anything I can purchase. A girl can dream.

  • susie anderson

    Ree, I too love your style of dress. Please post other websites you shop at. Please!

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Johnny Was, of course.

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