Please see "Fit Notes" below for additional guidance in size and fit.
Proof that you can make a bold statement in soft colors. The Giverny tunic features the most beautiful combination of colors - we had to name it after Monet's Garden!
A flattering fit and easy to throw on over skinny jeans or cigarette pants. The Giverny tunic is made from hand-loomed and hand-dyed silk ikat in Uzbekistan. The craftsmanship of ikat has been handed down from generation to generation along the Silk Road. It can take up to a month to weave a single yard of this fabric!
At Larkin Lane, Lark hand selects authentic textiles and collaborates with Uzbek artisans in the design of each product. Your purchase supports these craftsmen and women. Thank you for the role you play in keeping global textile traditions alive!
Materials: Hand-loomed and hand-dyed silk ikat
Made in Uzbekistan
Colors: Mint, pink, persimmon, multi
• Handmade silk ikat fabric
• ¾ sleeves
• Coordinating woven tape trim
• Tailored slight Nehru neckline
• Side slits at bottom edge
Perspective of Size: Sleeves hit just below the elbows for a flattering shape and season-versatility
The bottom edge falls below the hips. but side-slits allow for ease of movement and comfort!
*This tends to run a bit small. More sizes coming soon!!
The craftsmanship of silk ikat has been handed down from generation to generation along the Silk Road. It can take up to a month to weave a single yard of this fabric, creating a one-of-a-kind textile treasure.
Read more about our talented Artisan Partners here.
You may return or exchange your items within 14 days of your purchase. We offer free returns on apparel.
To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.
To read our full exchange and return policy, click here.
Lark hand selects authentic textiles and collaborates with artisan partners in the design of each product. Your purchase supports these craftsmen and women. Thank you for the role you play in keeping global textile traditions alive.