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Cowl Ruched Tunic
Our Cowl Ruched Tunic is made from a stretchy rayon jersey and has a fitted silhouette. Wear it over pants, leggings, or a skirt. Use the front and back ruched tie-ups to transform this tunic into a dramatic cowl, hood, or off-the-shoulder top.
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Available in these juicy colors:
- Off White
- S: 2-4
- M: 6-8
- L: 8-10 (12) if you don't mind a tight fit
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This is my second one!
I love this piece. I have one in black and just got the one in red. It isn't garish red, either. Put it on with leggings and a duster jacket and it is just fab. I'm a curvy gal so I didn't think it'd work very well, but with the ruching it actually looks ok. Comfy fabric. Stretches, the Goddess. Really fun.
I LOVE the beauty, and simplicity!
The way the skirt is cut took some getting used to, but it’s REALLY light on hot days. There’s an effortless beauty to this piece that I wasn’t expecting, and I love how versatile it is
This beautiful versatile layering long tunic looks great over maxi and midi skirts, flared long pants, leggings, or petal pushers. The ruching is adjustable for customizing the look. And the stretchy material is uber comfortable. As a full figured woman the layering possibilities are a real plus. MY ONLY 2 flattering whines.....WHERE ARE THE NAVY, CHOCOLATE and BURGUNDY options? AND,,,,, how about a 3/4 sleeve heavier stretch fabric for winter options?????
So comfy and soft and sexy! I love the asymmetry and color. Perfect for layers in winter or on its own with a mini or shorts in the summer months. Love.
The cowl ruched tunic is a very versatile shape. I like that the drapery top can be worn as a hood, and even on me at 5'10" it is long enough to wear as a dress if I let the ruching down, plus of course wearing it over leggings or a skirt. I'm hoping to come up with some sort of patterned skirt that will match to wear under it, because I like that look a lot too.