Indian Print Tunic
I’m taking in the latest exhibit of Far Eastern works at the Art Institute of Chicago, By the Light of the Moon, when I am once again schooled on the hallmark of creativity…
You notice it in those who disregard dress codes, even when “evening formal” has been requested.
She’s impossible not to notice, talking with her hands to a group of obviously enthralled people. Amidst a sea of evening gowns and rented tuxedos, she’s wearing fitted leggings and a paisley print tunic. She’s definitely not here just to mingle. Is she a patron making evening plans? Perhaps a columnist covering the event? I’m beginning to realize, she isthe event.
Indian Print Tunic (No. 5413). A whimsical, timeless pullover tunic produced in 100% cotton voile. Versatile ethnic print lined in black cotton voile. Sequin embellishments with contrast piping and metallic trim details. French seam finishes with vertical seams front and back. Side slits. Easily steals the show. Made in India.