Vivid hues take center stage with this tie-dyed tunic. Layer on your favorite neutral accessories to really make the color pop!
Due to the handmade nature of this product, exact color and shade will vary.
- 100% viscose
- Crocheted neckline
- Rolled hem
- Hand wash separately in cold water, do not bleach, line dry
- Made in India
|Sizing in inches / cm||Chest (around)||Length|
|S||36 / 91.4||27 / 68.6|
|M||38/ 96.5||28 / 71.1|
|L||40 / 101.6||29 / 73.6|
|XL||42 / 106.7||30 / 76.2|
|1X||46 / 116.8||31 / 78.7|
|2X||50 / 127||32 / 81.3|
|3X||54 / 137.2||33 / 83.8|
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- January 5, 2018
So bright and pretty and flattering. My mom and I both have size L. She is more petite, about size 8, and the L is loose fitting and so attractive. I usually wear XL (size 14) but the L fits me in a fiited way but not tight. Very flattering fit; very comfy.
- October 14, 2017
I love this top, its really comfortable and looks great with jeans or leggings...Wish they had it in more colors..love the cut.
- February 26, 2018
Odd that other reviewers commented on the "largeness" of this shirt. And it IS a shirt -- not a tunic at all, unless you're four feet tall. I like the fabric and the color, though, so I'll keep it, and wear it with jeans, etc. I bought it before it went on sale, and I have some regrets about that!
- June 10, 2016
Mine looks pretty much just like the one in the photo. I bought it because it is the same style as the "Waves at Sea" top but there are differences. E.g., the weight of this one is a little heavier even though it is the same fabric, the hem is different (although perhaps a nicer drape here,) and of course, the sleeves are long, versus short. Actually, they're way too long. But it is very flattering and overall I am pretty happy with it. I kind of went up a size because the numbers and letters are a little different from the short-sleeved one but that was a mistake because this wound up being a little larger. I would go with the letters and NOT the numbers on the size chart. (In other words, if you normally wear a large, stay with the large and don't adjust to the "chest inches".)