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This is a unique handmade Moroccan Tunic dress ideal for any casual or night wear. Made in the traditional Moroccan tunic style, this tunic has some fabulous embroidery work.



We specialise in combining the traditional Morrocan Embroidery and caftan techniques and apply them to our taste.



I love Moroccan designs, and living with passion. I hope you do too.







Wear something unique, something exotic and only one in the world...







I hope you can enjoy them and be able to touch the moroccan art in your fashion, and wow your friends this summer.











This tunic could be comfortably worn with any Jacket /Cardigan, and would look FAB with high heels,or leather boots or sandals. Could be worn with belts too.











This tunic comes in S/ M/ L/ XL







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