The Tracy Tunic in Navy is fitted in the sleeves and chest while flowing into an a-line shape that's slightly longer in the back. This tunic could be worn as a dress for shorter women.
The non-profit partner K.I. Nepal who creates these tops pulls 20,000 women out of the slave trade in Nepal every year. They employ just 18 women in their sewing project and have a list of 500 women who want to learn to sew as a new vocation after leaving the sex trade behind. Providing a new vocation to these women is key for survival as women will return to the slave trade up to 11 times if they have no other alternative. So we are joining them in their efforts to create jobs for these women. We want enough demand on their product that they have to hire all 500 women and more!