The Livi Tunic, Lagenlook Collection
- oversized, flowy tunic
- 7 different neckline options
- partial empire seam with full shirring to provide ease
- Dolman sleeve, hits a little below elbow
- right side patch pocket
- standard length is about 38"
Shown in L1 - hanky weight linen - terracota ***** (with medium V-neck), over our Darcey pants in L2 -medium weight linen - sandalwood. Also in C25.8 Cotton Cambric Hand Print - tuscan floral *** (with wide shallow scoop neck), over 3-button Darcey pants in L2 - medium weight linen - green pear.
*Photo samples have been laundered.
Click on the "all fabrics" link below to see swatches and fabric information for all the different fabrics and colors that are suitable.
Price will vary depending on which fabric you choose.
The size chart below refers to your body measurements.
This is an oversized, loose caftan-y style with a dolman sleeve, so there isn't a bicep measurement to be made.
Bust / Hip measurements are :
S - 1x / 2x - 70"/96", M - 3x /4x - 80"/104", L - 5x / 6x - 88"/112"
*XL / XXL - 7x -10x - 96"/120"
*in some narrow fabrics, and in some larger sizes, depending on the fabric, we may need to add seams.
cut and sew
Have your own fabric? Send it to us and we will cut and sew it for you!
Our cut and sew charge would be $92, pocket included. We think it works best with lightweight fabrics.
For the Livi Tunic, sizes S & M requires: 3 yards of 58/60" wide fabric, or 3 yards of 44/45" fabric (that must be either a solid color or a multi directional print)
sizes L & XL requires: 3 1/2 yards of 58/60" wide fabric, or 3 1/2 yards of 44/45" fabric (that must be either a solid color or a multi directional print)
This is actually a bit of a tricky pattern in terms of being able to cut different sizes out of different widths with directional prints. If you're not sure, please feel free to email with a link to the fabric (or a photo), and we'll advise on the correct amount to purchase. A directional print is when the design looks different when you turn the fabric. You can have one way prints (all the flowers pointing up, for example), 2 - way (flowers both up and down), and easiest of all, 4 - way, where the print looks the same from any direction. Just using a floral print as an example.