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I bought this tunic because I loved the colors. They are just as pleasing in real life. This garment washes well and irons easily. I have a pair of salmon/pink tights (footless) that I wear with this to turn the tunic into a dress....
Serena Women's Kerala Blue Tunic (India)
Dress in comfortable style with this Serena women's Kerala blue tunic from India. This tunic features a comfortable cotton construction, and is made by artisans in India.
ITEM#: 14733262Dress in comfortable style with this Serena women's Kerala blue tunic from India. This tunic features a comfortable cotton construction, and is made by artisans in India.
- Color options: Blue
- Floral print
- Long sleeves
- Straight point collar
- Button-front entry
- Button cuffs
Women's Sizing Guide
- 100-percent cotton
- Machine washable
- Model: N/A
Story Behind the Art:
The inspiration behind these products is traditional textiles and indigenous crafts. We are committed to promoting traditional crafts, and we work with several craft producer groups and NGO's supporting age homes, children and women. We are members of and support AIACA (All India Artisans' and Craft workers Association) to continue to discover new crafts groups that we can support.
The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen.
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The material was cheap .........Read More
Cute tunic but this was the only one left, it was a small. Tunicsalways run big so I got it for someone. It still was too small.Read More
I bought this tunic because I loved the colors. They are just as pleasing in real life. This garment washes well and irons easily. I have a pair of salmon/pink tights (footless) that I wear with this to turn the tunic into a dress.Read More
Too long and the material seems cheap. Doesn't hold up to washing well. Iron needed.....but it is sooo prettyRead More
a bit cheap and flimsy. thought it would be better quality. have only worn it once last winter. would not buy again.Read More
I love the print on this shirt. The print is bright and colorful. The material is on the light side but that's typical of the trend these days. The shirt is long and I could wear it as a dress if the slits weren't so high. I wear this shirt often and I feel very comfortable in it. It does need an iron but I don't mind most cotton shirts so. I would have liked it better if it were about 8 inches shorter but the picture is accurate.Read More
I really like this tunic! The fit is dead on accurate. When I first opened it I thought it would be too big, but once I tried it on I was pleasantly surprised at how well it fit. Beautiful colors and exactly like the picture.Read More
It looks and fits just like the advertisement. I would order another one if they had more colors available.Read More
top is just as pictured, love the length would love to have more tops like this in different colors,Read More
Don't like the fit of this tunic, but will be useful where I plan to travelRead More
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Hello, redwoman1966. This is available in a women's size small currently. Thanks for shopping with us! l.b.
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