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Relaxed meets romantic in the Make A Move Tunic from our TS Depeche Mode collection. This chic, plus size tunic teams a casual, oversized fit with a rich wine hue! It also features ribbing with a silver lurex stripe around the neck and on the sleeve cuffs for a little sparkle. It's the perfect piece for your next night out! 


  • Includes built-in lining tank in matching wine colour!
  • Ribbing with lurex stripe on neck band and sleeve cuffs.
  • Round neckline.
  • Extended sleeves (42cm in length from side neck).
  • Cold gentle machine wash in laundry bag, warm steam iron inside out under cloth, do not dry clean.

Measures: 90cm long from centre back neck to hemline on a size S.

Model: wears a size S and is 176cm tall.

Fabrication: Main - 100% Viscose - Lining - 95% Viscose 5% Elastane.

Fit Guide: Relaxed fit. See size guide for help determining your best fit.

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- Melbourne

Beautiful top and colour just wish more of your tops had shaping around waist with ties or elastic

(Posted on 14 Apr 2019)