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Navajo Cotton Knit Burnout Asbury Tunic
Navajo Cotton Knit Burnout Asbury Tunic
STYLE: CJNV610WAS

$72.00
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Our visually expressive knit Navajo Asbury Tunic Top was crafted using natural fibered, eco-friendly Cotton Jersey Burnout chosen for long wearing comfort and minimal care. The wonderfully soft burnout texture adds a fashionable touch to support the vivid “Navajo” motif overprint. This flattering silhouette offers a comfortable fit that well dressed women truly appreciate.

Our scoop neck pullover Asbury Tunic drapes down into an arched hemline that sits well below the waist, featuring handkerchief points to the sides of the hip that flow with body movement. Design elements include ¾ length sleeves, subtle stitched hems, and a comfortable fitted frame. Garment dyed richness adds distinctive character to this versatile piece that pairs well with knit pants, leggings, or designer jeans. For travel, work or play, this body style is an everyday fashion investment to any thoughtfully planned wardrobe.

Note: Actual colors may vary slightly due to your screen.
  • Pullover tunic top body style
  • Comfortable fitted frame
  • Scoop neckline and ¾ length sleeves
  • Arched bottom hem with handkerchief points
  • Fold-over trims and subtle stitching throughout

Our Navajo fabric print draws inspiration from Navajo Native American artistry, most notably of the famous geometric patterns that were used for Navajo textiles, jewelry and pottery. Closely related to the Apache tribes, most Navajo Indians speak English because the Navajo language is very difficult to learn, so much so that it was used as a secret code in World War II. The Navajo Indian tribe (also known as Diné) often incorporated clan symbols in their spectacular silversmithing and weaving. Much of the colors that Navajo artisans used for their designs reflected the vast color palette of the American Southwest desert landscape, including the rich hues of precious stones like turquoise, onyx, amber, lapis, and malachite. Our print here features stylized diamond patterns reminiscent of Navajo handicraft, lulled by a muted palette. The “gravel motif” burnout netting also provides a soft-textured fashion element to complement the print imagery.
FABRIC CONTENTS: 50% Cotton / 50% Polyester

For centuries Cotton has been renowned as being the principal clothing fiber of the world, and its’ production is one of the most influential factors in world prosperity and economic stability. A medium strength natural plant fiber, Cotton is cool, absorbent, and can withstand high temperatures. When fabricated, Cotton releases perspiration quickly, allowing the fabric to “breathe”, thus giving it a premium on comfort and wearability. Because of its’ absorbency, it is easily garment dyed.

The most common fibers used for industrial knitted fabrics are cotton. Our Eco-friendly Cotton Jersey Burnout is lightweight, it drapes beautifully on the body, and it has just enough stretch across the grain for added comfort and wearing ease. This quality fabric features a stylish burnout design that provides a soft textured surface with a subtle semi sheer effect, and it is suitable for sewing into many apparel body styles fashioned for women's clothing.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Machine wash warm (do not use bleach). Tumble dry warm. Warm iron.

Note: Actual colors may vary slightly due to your screen.

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