Sand Dunes Empire-Waist Tunic

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Sand Dunes Empire-Waist Tunic

This beach cover-up is designed to take simple shapes and techniques and turn them into a drapey, versatile tunic. The easy-care linen gives a lovely bounce and flow to the knitted fabric. Don’t be intimidated by the crunchy yarn, as a quick spin in the washing machine once knit will soften it dramatically.
The cover-up itself invites improvisation. Change it up with a leather cord or a satin ribbon instead of the i-cord belt. Leave slits up the side when seaming for a flirty effect. Seam the neckline as high or as low as you want – or leave a deep V in the front and a higher V in the back… until you turn it around to show off the plunging neckline in the back! Embellish the simple fabric with beading or embroidery.
Read more in our Summer 2012 issue.

Designed by Anne Blayney
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