And, plain black for wearing over textured or printed tights or leggings. In the first photo, Eva, who is 6 feet tall, is wearing a small/medium grey tunic, in the second photo she is wearing a medium/large black tunic. The sleeve is a simple line that we love and often use on our tunics and dresses. It works for most people, but...if you prefer a narrower silhouette, you can tack down the sleeve with a simple box pleat. I did this easy alteration once, on my Viper dress from years gone by, and it washed well and looked great, for 10 years! (The Viper recently became my gardening dress, soon it may be relegated to painting dress, followed by painting rags--Lily garments really go the distance!) Waverly Tunic, bamboo/cotton/lycra blend, s/m and m/lg. Black, $119 Grey with Thyme, $134 Tunics! glenda.
We know you love tunics, and Trish is a happy proponent of tunic proliferation, so we are continually adding new ones to the roster. Our latest, the Waverly, has already become another hit. It's a great blend of a few of our previously well received tunics, the neck and pockets of the Oscillator, the clean lines of the Oh Joyful, and the side slits of the Munich. The Waverly comes in heathered grey with our Thyme print.