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Multicolor woven cotton hooded tunic with kangaroo pocket in front. Drawstring pulls coming out of hood at front. "V"-neckline in front. We love this as a cover up on the beach.

We the Free brings us back to our down-to-earth, All-American roots, made mostly with casual cottons that have a lightly distressed and perfectly worn in feel.

*By We The Free, a line designed exclusively by Free People
*100% Cotton
*Machine Wash Cold

Measurements for Size Small:
Length: 28"
Bust (all around): 37 1/2"
Bottom Opening (all around): 43"
Armhole Drop: 9 1/4"


Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Inspiring Very good (slightly loose) fit and great colors to go with a range of outfits. 7.17.2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by big but cute! runs a little big, but in a cute way. colors not as vibrant as in picture. goes very cute with jeggings and boots or as a swim suit cover up, very versatile! 9.13.2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by So Pretty! I just received this piece today and it is so pretty. Another review mentioned that the fabric was itchy, but I didn't think it was at all. Also, the colors are every bit as vibrant as the monitor displays. I bought my usual size M, and it fits loose like on the model. It's also nice and long for my hard-to-shop-for long torso! 9.13.2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by big the texture is a bit scratchy so i'd wear something protective underneath.. it DOES run a lot bigger than normal so what are you supposed to do if you wear XS normally? i wouldn't buy this if you're an extra small. also: the colors aren't as heavily saturated as they are in the display images. 8.4.2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Not too shabby! The colors are amazing in person, but it does run a bit big. So size down if you'd like a tighter fit to it. 7.30.2012
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