Free People Wild is the Wind Tunic
A cutout pattern and an asymmetrical hem offer a daring look to this modern Free People tunic, while lace trim and beading lend a handmade touch.
- Fabric: Textured knit.
- Shell: 99% polyester/1% spandex.
- Contrast: 65% polyester/35% cotton.
- Wash cold.
- Imported, China.
- Bottom layer sold separately.
- Length: 27in / 69.5cm, from shoulder
Intricate embroidery decorates the sleeves of this cotton tunic. Wide neckline. Reverse seams throughout add visual appeal. Pull-on design flaunts a relaxed fit. Frayed edges adorn the curved hemline. 100% cotton. Machine wash cold, tumble dry low. Imported. Measurements: ; Length: 30 in ; Product measurements were taken using size XS (Women's 0-2). Please note that measurements may vary by size.
Fine pleats and a smocked texture define a bohemian, '60s-inspired button-front tunic finished with trumpet sleeves and scalloped edges. 24 1/2" length (size Medium). Front button closure. Unlined. 100% rayon. Hand wash cold, dry flat. By Free People; imported. t.b.d.
Voluminous bishop sleeves profile a bohemian, lace-up printed tunic that resonates in chic renaissance style. 29" length (size Medium). Front lace-up detail. 60% viscose, 40% rayon. Machine wash cold, tumble dry low. By Free People; imported. t.b.d.
Romantic lace and crepe pieced tunic with a swingy silhouette and velvet trims. Front and back keyhole cutouts with mother of pearl button closures at nape and fluted bell cuffs. Sheer lace top and sleeves with crinkly crepe skirt. *36% Rayon *33% Polyester *31% Nylon *Machine Wash Cold *Import
An unfinished hem lends a deconstructed touch to this airy Free People tunic, cut from patterned lace. Raw trim traces the empire seam, and a wide neckline completes the draped silhouette. Long sleeves. Semi-sheer. Fabric: Lace. 67% cotton/33% nylon. Hand wash. Imported, China. Measurements Length: 25.5in / 65cm, from shoulder Measurements from size XS/S
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