I've mentioned this a few times across different threads recently. For completeness sake it has its own thread.

A tunic is a CONCEPT. An item becomes a tunic when worn a certain way - THAT's the modern definition of a tunic.

If you search for "TUNIC" on Net a porter - this is what you get:


Pics below for easy reference. See how the lengths differ greatly, which is what I was trying to explain - (unfortunately not very well). Hope this is more helpful.

Busy day - will be sporadic on the forum. Keep those fashion feet moving.