Eco Printed Silk Batwing Tunic Top

Eco Printed Silk Batwing Tunic Top

$108.00

This beautiful, eco printed and rust silk blouse is made with 100% silk chiffon that has been eco printed with botanicals and rust.

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This beautiful, eco printed and rust silk blouse is made with 100% silk chiffon that has been eco printed with botanicals and rust. Draping softly, it is designed to showcase the incredible fluidity of the fabric.
The two rectangles of fabric are sewn so that you can showcase two different necklines, depending on how you wear it. One side features a softly draping cowl neck, while the other creates and trim boat neck. The panels are joined by had beading with glass seed beads. Glass beads tack the panels together under the arms to create a bat wing effect.

Elegant and refined, it matches well with fitted skirts, pants, leggings, or a long sheath.
Great for many occasions
Dress up or down
Create you own unique look

Panels measure 38″ across (sleeve tip to tip) and 26″ shoulder to hem. The body (tack to tack) measures 30″

Washable. To prolong life of silk, hand wash in cold water and white vinegar. Do not soak. Hang in shade to dry.

Machine washing okay, but not recommended. If machine washing, use a mesh bag. 1/2 cup white vinegar + 2 teaspoons salt works better than any laundry detergent. http://theheartysoul.com/diy-natural-laundry-detergent/

(Please note: Colors vary slightly from computer monitor to computer monitor.)

 

Gini Holmes
is a traditionally trained print maker who loves combining traditional with experimental printing techniques.
She has many works in private collections in the United States and Abroad.

She enjoys creating clothing and accessories from fabrics she finds in thrift stores. She either directly upcycles the fabric into a new garment, or manipulates it through different textile techniques, including:
Digital printing from a personal design
Printing with found objects
Botanical printing
Breakdown surface printing
Dyeing

No printing is ever the same, making each item unique.

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