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St Erth Tunic

£45.00 £27.50

MSS March 2018
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100% Cotton (organic)

Our St Erth Tunic is made from the softest organic cotton slub jersey in a choice of unique Seasalt prints. This versatile tunic falls to mid-thigh and has 3/4 length sleeves and a scoop neck. Gentle gathers at the waist to create a flattering silhouette. Two deep pockets add the finishing touch. A great transitional piece, it's perfect paired with jeggings and plimsolls.

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* * * * * Rated 5/5 (50 reviews)

Average customer rating 5 out of 5, based on 50 reviews.

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Fit: Small Fit
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Back not styled

As is too often the case, the front is attractive but the back is skimped and far too snug for my bum. Women have curves all the way round, not just the bit that you see when you look in the mirror. Having encountered this problem before I ordered a large size, but the styling simply isn’t there.

Posted by  •  26th April 2018

Fit: True to Size 
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Pretty, soft and comfortable.

Perfect fit, I am tall and a 16. Sizing really good and a great length.

Posted by  •  17th April 2018

Fit: True to Size 
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St Erth

Neither fish nor fowl as they say. The waistline is either too low to flatter a full bust or too high to elongate the torso. Beautiful cloth-always!! But not suitable for fuller features or shorter torsos.

Posted by  •  29th March 2018

Fit: True to Size 
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St Erth Tunic milkwort night

A beautiful tunic in lovely colours, it's a good fit

Posted by  •  28th March 2018

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Lovely Print!

Lovely print and style but for me ,being tall, it was just too short in length which made it look really unflattering. Personally I would like it in 95% cotton/5% Elastane mix for a better fit. Please could you do you Tunics in a longer length as the designs are really pretty.

Posted by  •  4th March 2018

Fit: Small Fit
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Reluctant return...

Giving this tunic 4 anchors because I love it so much but I'm really disappointed that it didn't look good on me at all. As a previous reviewer has stated, the gather line is lower than expected and on me falls in a very unflattering manner, accentuating my wobbly bits far too much. LOVE the design and the colourway and it's possible a larger size might help but then the top would be too baggy as I'm a pear shape. If I lose more weight and it's still in stock I will try again!

Posted by  •  1st March 2018

Fit: True to Size 
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80's Shoulders

The fit of the tunic was lovely everywhere apart from the shoulders. It may have just been bad stitching with the one I received but they sit at a point, even on broad shoulders. This left me looking like I was wearing shoulder pads! Unfortunately had to be sent back.

Posted by  •  28th February 2018

Fit: True to Size 
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Love it

Quite true to size, difficult to tell sometimes what sizing is like on tunics/dresses but this is great. Love the colour, shape and fabric.

Posted by  •  28th February 2018

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Different shape to previous St Erth tunics

I already have 3 St Erth tunics but was thrilled when I saw it available in size 26, as the 24's are tighter over my bust and higher in the neck than I ideally like to wear.
This one is totally different in shape and style though, the gathering line has been dropped by several inches, so now sits at the waist, rather than the flattering empire line, just below the bust in the previous ones. Sadly this was really unflattering on me.

Posted by  •  11th February 2018

Fit: True to Size 
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A hit with me

Liked everything about this tunic, the pattern, so pretty, the material and the fit, so comfortable to wear and particularly liked the pockets, in fact I liked it so much I purchased the tunic in another pattern

Posted by  •  27th November 2017

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