- Tunic cover-up
- Composition: Silk crinkle – Rayon Slip
- Ethically hand-stitched and hand dyed in Bali
- Reinvigorating a classic CC best-seller: the Tessa is an easy tunic coverall with tomboy appeal. An impossibly chic combination: empire-lined diaphanous silk with billowy sleeves and a mandarin collar for effortless sophistication, softened with bohemian cotton tassels.
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Size & Fit:
- Model is wearing XS
WASH LESS FREQUENTLY
It's no secret that the washing process is tough on garments. Soaking, tumbling, contact with other garments - all things that can wear fabric out and will leave your favourite items faded and damaged. Washing your clothes less should be the number one rule when it comes to taking care of your garments. Treat stains while they're still fresh, and see if you can extend washing until your garments really need it. Know that different fabrics require different washing cycles. Hand-washing is always the best and safest method, especially when it comes to cleaning our silk chiffon pieces. Known for its elegant draping and soft lustre, the fabric is delicate, and we always recommend a hand wash in cool water. Add a capful of your favourite delicate wash into a sink or washbasin filled with cool water. Submerge the item and gently agitate the water with your hands to evenly distribute the detergent. Soak for up to 30 minutes and rinse well by running cool water through the piece. Sturdier fabrics should still be washed on a cold cycle - not only does this reduce energy consumption, it's also less likely to break down dyes and cause shrinkage of your garment, extending the life of every piece of clothing. If the reason you wash on a hot cycle is for antibacterial benefits, add half a cup of white vinegar and a few drops of tea tree oil to your washing.
SKIP THE DRYER
Don't ever let the clothes you care about go anywhere near a dryer. Using too much heat on delicate fabrics can completely ruin them. Instead, leave out to dry in the sun. Do not wring your clothing either. Instead, gently press the water out of the item. To remove wrinkles, steaming is the safest way to go for the best finish. Alternatively, use the iron on its steam setting and simply hover over your garment.