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Which tunic do you prefer?

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Mimi1977 Fri 23-Oct-09 11:12:06

Just want something to wear for everyday with black leggings and skinny jeans:

This www.boden.co.uk/en-GB/Womens-Tunics/WK525/Womens-Cashmere-Tunic.html

Or this www.boden.co.uk/en-GB/Womens-Tunics/WK526/Womens-Henley-Knitted-Tunic.html#nav

teameric Fri 23-Oct-09 11:21:06

I like both but then I'm greedy!

Jajas Fri 23-Oct-09 11:23:22

I like the second one best in either the blue or red. I have a couple of their tunics and they are lovely, really hold shape well.

mustrunmore Fri 23-Oct-09 11:23:32

I prefer the first one. But shock at the price of either of them for everydaywear (and prob a bit envy too!)

chattermouse Fri 23-Oct-09 14:00:21

I like the cashmere one. Looks gorgeous and decadent smile

Mcdreamy Fri 23-Oct-09 14:01:12

I love the first one.

Amandoh Fri 23-Oct-09 14:03:04

Love the Henley (2nd link) in the damson colour.

roary Fri 23-Oct-09 14:23:24

I tried on the cashmere, it is lovely and soft but (on me, anyway) was...frumpy, somehow. Can't quite fathom why - it was something about the v-neck empire line that flattened me out and looked horrible. I should add that I am a tall slim size 10, so it may actually be better with more curves and more cleavage! But it was SO soft.

moaningminniewhingesagain Fri 23-Oct-09 14:26:26

I like the cashmere one, but to be honest I wouldn't buy either because they are both handwash or dry clean onlygrin It is gorgeous though.

roary Fri 23-Oct-09 14:27:30

I have a slight, ahem, cashmere problem. I wash it all on the delicate cycle in the washing machine and it comes out perfectly (have been doing it for years). So don't let it put you off cashmere, moaningminnie!

theagedparent Fri 23-Oct-09 14:34:11

The first one is nicer. In red.

Jajas Fri 23-Oct-09 15:45:03

roary that is interesting, I have a few cashmere things and dread washing them by hand so maybe I will dare to put in the machine. Do you put them on 30 degrees and wool wash or something? What sort of detergent (is that the right word for clothes ~ mental block?) do you use?

MacaroonIncident Fri 23-Oct-09 15:46:24

has anyone seent eh marks ones?

MacaroonIncident Fri 23-Oct-09 15:49:04

grr cant find it on site
is a tunic in greay or upruple wiht slash neck

bodycolder Fri 23-Oct-09 15:53:37

There is a lovely one in per una in grey shock

MacaroonIncident Fri 23-Oct-09 15:54:49

there is a peruna cardi( i think) we walked past that seemed to have my cat on the collar. the boys noticed.

roary Fri 23-Oct-09 15:55:26

Jajas,
Yes, wash on cold and in your wool cycle (or delicate or handwash). You want the minimum agitation and spin your machine has (on mine this seems to be delicate rather than wool). You have to shape them slightly afterwards and dry flat as you would if you had handwashed. I use Woolite but any delicate washing detergent will do the job.

Sorry for hijack.

MacaroonIncident Fri 23-Oct-09 15:55:56

miaow

bodycolder Fri 23-Oct-09 15:57:23

quite denimy coloured and nice sleeves

MacaroonIncident Fri 23-Oct-09 15:58:57

.. is it waffle weaves?

CybilEngineer Fri 23-Oct-09 15:59:17

like the necklace in that per unashock picture

bodycolder Fri 23-Oct-09 16:03:01

this is the one I meant not the other although i like both but have only seen slate one

MacaroonIncident Fri 23-Oct-09 16:03:48

i like

crankytwanky Fri 23-Oct-09 16:09:19

I prefer the 1st one, although I'd be too scared to wear it in case I got butter/poo on it.

CybilEngineer Fri 23-Oct-09 16:10:06

the per una one looks like my Kew dress/tunic thingys I bought which have been sooo useful.

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