1 Piece, 3 Ways: Annie's Tunic Trifecta

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Holiday-party season is mere seconds away — or, a least the amount of shopping time you have left makes it seem that way. Never fret, our New York Editor Annie Georgia Greenberg hit up the DKNY catalog and found a tunic dress that can double — no, wait — triple as the basis for three very different party looks for three very different parties. Question is, will you have three very different dudes on your arm?
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With a pair of colorful tights, like the purple numbers our Annie sports here, the tunic dress becomes a casual piece and takes on the look of vintage outerwear. Our girl threw on a hat, grabbed a croc-skin bag, and long boots just to play up the '60s spirit — a perfect look for a laid-back, friendly fête.
Cape Tunic dress, $395, available at DKNY.
Photographed by Mark Iantosca
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Ooooh — drama! Look how Annie has completely transformed her look with a black long-sleeved piece underneath, simple black pants, sophisticated heels, and — whoa — a knit turban. It's a monochromatic symphony ideal for impressing at a professional function.
DKNY Cape Tunic dress, $395, available at DKNY; DKNY black pants (for a similar style, try DKNY Skinny Zipper Pants, $125, available at DKNY).
Photographed by Mark Iantosca
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The best part of a statement piece like this is that it can work with others just as well as it plays solo. Here, Annie looks ready for the event of the year (or the date of the century) with only a silver cord necklace, killer silver-and-black platforms, and a touch of red lipstick as accessories.
Cape Tunic dress, $395, available at DKNY.
Photographed by Mark Iantosca
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