Rated 3 out of 5Â by Whynot s'alright
Loved this top when I saw it online. In person, it is just okay. The front fabric is ... interesting. It's a knit and although it's kind of sheer, it also has a bit of a crisp feel. Some people will like that and some people won't. The back and trim print is very delicate. The seams are unfinished and on the outside, which is a look I like, generally. But this is not the right fabric for it. It frays easily and you end up picking threads off the top and everything around you. It is also not an attractive kind of fraying. It just looks cheap. I doubt this top will last very long. Â
You do have to wear something under it as it's a bit on the sheer side. Â I wear one of those bra/cami combinations (is there a name for those?) Â in a skin tone and it's virtually invisible. Â It doesn't interfere with how the top hangs because it's a slippery satiny type fabric that is form fitting. I think a tank underneath would add bulk, and probably catch so it doesn't drape right.Â
I was on the fence about returning this top until I discovered it goes remarkably well with the Call of the Wild fur vest. The paisley side of the vest and the pattern of the top look like they were designed to be together. The top is longer than the vest so you can see the pattern and the fringes hanging down in the back and it looks really cool.Â
Overall, I'd say this is an okay top, but not worth the price. Try and get it on sale if you want it.Â
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Libertybelle awesome
This tunic is so pretty. The material is sheer, but layering is a great option. I've been wearing it all day and haven't been concerned with snagging it I am over 50 and it doesn't look too young. My 21yr old daughter thinks it looks awesome on me
Rated 3 out of 5Â by goddess1 Seam tape??
I bought this top to wear over a maxi. It looked great! Got it home and there was a tear where the woven print is stitched to the linen. If I designed this top, I might think about seam tape when sewing two different types of fabric together. Once the woven fabric starts to tear at the seam, it is hard to repair. Just need to be careful and buy one that is not tight in the upper back or under the arms.
Rated 3 out of 5Â by eleanne not the right top for me
This top has adorable details but did not look that great on me. I'm a little curvier so I think it just didn't drape the way it does on the model. Also the material is very thin and sheer. Sadly, will be returning it.
Rated 3 out of 5Â by SHall did not work
Loved it on the model. It did not work for me. I am not a spring chicken, so Free People items are fun for me, but.......
Rated 1 out of 5Â by nautilusshore Bad fabric
Fabric was thin and coarse; very low thread count. I had no doubt it would start falling apart after just one or two uses, so I returned it before wearing it. I imagine it would also not provide any warmth either.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Scoozin Moroccan & Indian inspired
Love this tunic. I am 5'10" and slender, this tunic falls in all the right places! I paired it with dark stockings and some high-knee socks accompanied by boots and a solid-colored chunky scarf.
Recommendation - be careful with the fabric it can be delicate at times, I have a dog and if she jumped on me with her nails it would rip right through.
Rated 2 out of 5Â by allisonr more like a shirt than a tunic
I saw this shirt online and wanted to order one right away but tried it on in both colors at a local FP store.
I was impressed that both colors looked great, and had a hard time choosing one.
I kept the top for about a week and tried it on a bunch, but returned it. The length on me(I'm 5'4", slender build, normal sized torso) came to my waistband, not below my hips, which is how it is pictured and what I would expect from a tunic.
Over a plain tank top, though, it wasn't see through at all.