Hand-block printed tunics like this are becoming scarce. Mass-marketed screen printing is easier to produce, but the result is never as special and full of character. We think the richness of multilayered patterns—stamped by hand and dried in the Indian sun—is worth the extra effort. Hand-printed in southern India using vegetable and spice-based dyes.
This tunic is cut a little slimmer in the bust, and the fabric doesn’t have much stretch. Fuller chested or broader shouldered women may prefer to order a size up.