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Women's April Cornell Gypsy Tunic

April Cornell Gypsy Tunic, an Eye-Catching Portrait Of Crocheted Insets, Pintucks, and Embroidery

Women's April Cornell Gypsy Tunic

April Cornell Gypsy Tunic, an Eye-Catching Portrait Of Crocheted Insets, Pintucks, and Embroidery


WAS:  $79.95
NOW: $44.99
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For Vermont artist April Cornell, the beauty is in the details as evident by her latest creation, this femininely inspired 100% cotton tunic. Crocheted insets, pintucks, and delicate embroidery flow generously down the front bodice and along the ¾ flared sleeves, thereby transforming this long, soft top into a real eye-popper. Finished with a mandarin collar, ruffles along the button-front placket, and side-seam pockets. Approx. 34" long. Machine wash, line dry. Imported. Available in both Misses’ and Women's sizes.

  • 100% cotton tunic
  • A stylish mix of crochet insets, pintucks, and embroidery
  • Top features ruffles along the button-front top, ¾ flare sleeves, and a mandarin collar
  • Side-seam pockets

This 100% cotton tunic from April Cornell is truly a masterpiece in its own right.

Women's April Cornell Gypsy Tunic

Materials

100% Cotton

Care

Machine wash separately in cold water on delicate cycle. Tumble dry on low.

Origin

Manufactured In: India

Material - Country Of Origin: India

Women's April Cornell Gypsy Tunic 4 5 1 1
Pretty, but too long and too light. This shirt is feminine and pretty. The embellishments are lovely. The rose color is very nice. But, at 5' 4", I am not tall enough for it since it is VERY long. And, at 63, I am not inclined to wear it over leggings. So, I'm going to first try shrinking it, and if that doesn't shorten it enough, I'll hem it up as far as the side pockets will allow. I considered just wearing it as a short nightgown also. The other issue is the voile fabric. I would like this in a more substantial cotton fabric. So, I'm keeping it and trying to make it shorter. If I succeed, hope to enjoy wearing it. April 6, 2014
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