Angelina Embroidered Cotton Tunic Light Cream
Choose style this season with our new Angelina embroidered cotton tunic. With keyhole detailing to the back and gorgeous embroidered detailing to the front body, this piece will add a touch of femininity to your wardrobe. Crafted from lightweight cotton, the Angelina tunic makes it super easy to achieve that desk to diner look.
Available in light cream and dark navy, the Angelina also includes:
- Fancy stitch detailing throughout
- Pretty emboidered pattern to the front body
- Embroidered Weird Fish logo at the bottom left hem
- Smooth curved neckline
The stunning embroidery make this a statement piece, so you can just slip it on over leggings or jeans for an easy, breezy style that you'll be more than happy to wear all day.
30°c Machine Wash
Product code: 110553.0 (3 reviews)
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3 ReviewsThis product has a rating of 3/5
Was disappointed with this tunic so returned. The front is fully lined, it’s a nice cool fabric with a pretty pattern but the back unfortunately is too see-thru to wear unless you’re prepared to wear another layer like a vest or cami underneath which then defeats the purpose of it being a summer tunic in my opinion as I’d be too warm.
Unfortunately, although I absolutely love the top, I'm sending it back because the rear of it is see-through. Such a shame because it would have looked great for summer. I am small so have the option of wearing this top as a dress as well as over a pair of jeans, but it is so see-through you can see absolutely everything from the rear! From the front it is gorgeous! Just cannot recommend this tunic unfortunately (unless of course the wearer doesn't mind showing the back of their bra and knickers to everyone!). If the rear of this tunic had the front pattern on it, that would be fine. I will say that I have been corresponding with Weird Fish about this issue on Facebook and they have tried to be helpful and have said they will feedback on this problem to their designers.