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The Button Tunic | Black

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The side-buttons on this tunic are what make this piece a stand-out. Four hand-carved coconut shell buttons on each side allow you to style it over bottoms or over a swimsuit. A flattering high-low hem gives a little extra tush coverage. Breathable, handwoven cotton provides for year-round layering or wearing on its own. Also available in bone.

Sizing: This collection emulates Japanese styling where fit is more generous and comfortable. Please specify size when ordering.

  • S (US size 2-4)
  • M (US size 6-8)
  • L (US size10-12)

Materials and Care: Handwoven cotton with hand-carved coconut shell buttons. We recommend dry-cleaning these garments or machine-wash cold with like colors. Hang to dry. As these garments are made by hand and are 100% cotton, slight shrinkage may occur.

How it's made:  Ethically made by a team of female artisans in Nepal. Since each item is handmade, slight variations make each piece truly one of a kind.

Model info: Model wears a size S and is 5' 6".

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