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Lost River Batik Tunic Top 3/4 Sleeve - Lake Pattern

This tunic is made of hand batik rayon in a flowing blue and green.   Made to wear and designed to flatter in any size. The fabric is 100% crinkle rayon hand batiked in Bali.

  • Handmade in Indonesia
  • 100% hand batiked rayon
  • Hand wash in cold water or separately in gentle cycle with cool water. Hang to dry.
  • Colors and patterns may vary slightly as each pattern is hand made
  • Sizing Chart


The Lost River's selection of handmade batik clothing supports small family businesses both in Bali and in Moab. Traditional batik patterns are handed down over generations.  The pattern is drawn on the fabric and then wax is applied to the fabric on these patterns with a canting or "wax pen."   The fabric is then dyed and the wax removed revealing the pattern.  The use of hand batik fabrics from Indonesia is  preserving Indonesian culture and artisan traditions.


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J.C.
First purchase

Wondering if you add new clothing and if so how often.

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J.J.
I liked the color and

I liked the color and pattern. The fabric weave was heavier and more textured than my previously purchased tunic. It was not as soft and did not drape the same way. Also, the cut was slimmer, so it fit tighter.



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This tunic is made of hand batik rayon in a flowing blue and green.   Made to wear and designed to flatter in any size. The fabric is 100% crinkle rayon hand batiked in Bali.

  • Handmade in Indonesia
  • 100% hand batiked rayon
  • Hand wash in cold water or separately in gentle cycle with cool water. Hang to dry.
  • Colors and patterns may vary slightly as each pattern is hand made
  • Sizing Chart


The Lost River's selection of handmade batik clothing supports small family businesses both in Bali and in Moab. Traditional batik patterns are handed down over generations.  The pattern is drawn on the fabric and then wax is applied to the fabric on these patterns with a canting or "wax pen."   The fabric is then dyed and the wax removed revealing the pattern.  The use of hand batik fabrics from Indonesia is  preserving Indonesian culture and artisan traditions.

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