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'Zare' stripe split cotton tunic cover-up

Product Code   101298250


Supporting ethical fashion with an honest, down-to earth approach, Lemlem adopts simplistic stripes in this Zare tunic cover-up. Split down the front with a slight deconstructed edge, this laid-back piece promises immense comfort with a hint of bohemia, as seen by its laid-back ease and carefree fringed hem.

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Supporting ethical fashion with an honest, down-to earth approach, Lemlem adopts simplistic stripes in this Zare tunic cover-up. Split down the front with a slight deconstructed edge, this laid-back piece promises immense comfort with a hint of bohemia, as seen by its laid-back ease and carefree fringed hem.
  • Designer colour: Navy
  • White with navy half awning and half variegated stripes
  • Semi-sheer handwoven cotton blend
  • V-neck
  • Overarching cap sleeve
  • Lavender purple striped irregular hem with hand twisted fringe
  • Slip-on style
  • Handmade in Ethiopia
  • 85% Cotton, 15% Acrylic
  • Dry Clean

  • Model wears size XS/P and is 178cm tall
  • Product measures: Length 77cm / Bust 98cm / Waist 98cm
  • Designer fit: Flowy, asymmetrical, V-neck cut that hits at mid thigh
  • Regular fit with irregular hem, and mid-thigh length
  • True to size

    Delivery service is available for this item, and is covered by our Return & Exchange Policy. The item must meet the requirements of “Sellable Condition” under our Terms and Conditions.

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