Here are some photographs of my computed Egyptian Bag Tunic. Please excuse the lack of sand, sun, bazaars, and pyramids, since we don't have any of those scenic elements where I live. Also, the tunic is a bit rumpled, since by now it has been rolled, folded and just plain tossed a number of times. All of these photographs were taken by my patient husband.
I had photographs taken with each of the two different ways that I devised for belting the tunic, but I find that I can't tell them apart for certain now that I'm looking at them! I've also experimented a bit with some more-or-less period Egyptian accessories.
My next Egyptian tunic will definitely be a Deshasheh tunic, and I want to take my time with it, since properly made it could become part of my regular wardrobe. This one is a bit too full to wear for ease and comfort, and the wool cord around the neckline, through really sharp looking, prickles just a bit.
|Belted under the sleeves.|
|Belt through the sleeves?|