The Bib-front Tunic
East Meets West.
Steinbeck might have written about you in this tunic. Your agrarian symbiosis with nature. Your affinity for getting your hands dirty.
You could write books on the subject of leisure, early retirement, and casual encounters along the Zambezi.
You can do all that and wear this tunic with a colorful Japanese-inspired obi wrap.
The attitude is totally different, yet some core principals remain.
A sage-like persona starts to emerge.
You’re sought out for advice on relationships and personal happiness; on how to make your own Kimono.
Even your confusion will be seen as contemplation.
At the very least, you will look really good.
The Bib-Front Tunic (No. 5335). Rayon crepe with dobby fabric at bib, shoulder, and back yoke. Body is lined in cotton, sleeves are unlined. Scoop neckline, four-button placket with vertical pintuck at each side. Sleeve tab with button for rolling up your sleeves. Shirttail hem is longer in back. Box pleat at center back yoke seam. Made in India.
Pairs well with the The Obi Wrap Belt (No 5483).