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The Embellished Structured Sweater 2.0 | Talib V

Regular price$158.00 Sale price

The Embellished Structured Sweater 2.0 | Talib V

Regular price$158.00 Sale price
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  • We pray you will love your handmade TŪNIQ pieces!
  • For any reason, pieces can be returned within 30 days from the date of receipt.
  • If approved, a full refund of the product price, minus a $10 handling fee will be issued.
  • Exchanges are welcome, though we ask you to cover shipping. 
  • Any defects or mistakes in products will be exchanged or refunded at no cost to you. 

For our full return & refunds policy, see here.

Inspired by the Kadroun of Southern Tunisia, this tunic features a deep neck and three deep, hidden pockets tucked into the neckline and the seams of either side for a simple but practical garment for today’s Seeker. It is made of all-natural, hand-woven wool spun on a traditional wooden loom by expert craftsman Riyadh in the Southern North African island of Jerba. The seams were hand-braided and embroidered with the traditional Bershman braiding technique typical of Southern Tunisia. The technique requires two artisans, working in unison, to hold either side of the wool threads as they braid and attach them to this piece. 

Entirely handmade with local materials by autonomous artisans in cooperation.

NOTE: this piece has been updated and improved with a new design (the video is not reflective of the current design):

  • The length of the bottom hem has been extended by 15 cm 
  • The v-neck has also been extended
  • The fabric has been updated to a superior all wool blend
  • New colors have been introduced

Compostable Packaging

We hand-package all orders in custom recycled and 100% backyard-compostable wrapping.

Worldwide Shipping

We subsidize fast global shipping rates, ranging from $6.99 - $19.99 for the largest packages.

You can expect your order in under 2 weeks most of the time.

Inclusive Design

We created our own sizing chart and silhouette models to cater to sizes and proportions too often ignored. Find that here.