10 Tunic Tops that are Always in Running Trend

Tunic Tops are always at first choice for girls and women of any age. These are easily paired with trousers, jeans, leggings and long skirts. These are most comfortable to wear and to care. This need limited space in the wardrobe. Its appearance varies from the fabric used to design. Colors and patterns too are responsible for its lovely look.

Numbers of tops are seen in the shop collection, but some of them are mostly loved for their daily wears. Among all others cotton, printed tops are commonly used in routine. Floral, Pastel colored and flare sleeve tops are mostly chosen in summer outer wears. Stylish, velvety, silky, lace and embroidered work is selected for party wear. Here are some of the picture collections from Amazon and Pinterest, lets have a look;


Cotton tunics are easily available at shops. Light colors go well in summer and looks good when paired with tight jeans. One can also wear embroidered koti on plain simple tunic top. These are also loved for office work. It is simple so gives decent look.



Numbers of varieties are seen in this style. Bell sleeve, frill sleeve or cold shouldered sleeve turns a simple tunic to a stylish one. Some tunics are attached with lace, styled with beaded belts. Wooden or metallic buttons attached on top for a stylish look.


Floral tunics are usually seen in Rayon, chiffon and stretchable fabrics printed with flowers on it. They are easy to wear and wash. These are best for all seasons. They give a stunning look when paired with trousers and denims. Black, white, pitch, yellow and baby pink are most loved colors found in this tunic variety.


Printed tunic top is available in every variety of fabric. looks just differ from the material is used. printed cotton tunic is best for summers, Floral printing enhance style to the top. Silk printing is famous for traditional look. chiffon printed top give classy look when paired with leggings. Some long knee length printed tunic tops are also tried with Plazzo.


Embroidered tunic is seen in different fabrics like cotton, silk, satin, georgette and crepe as embroidery is easily done with this material. Heavy or fine embroidery is done on the neck portion of the tunic. In some pattern stones and beads are too attached to it. These are mostly loved in black, white and red colors where embroidery designs looks beautiful.


Silk tunic has a versatile collection, which includes plain top, printed top or embroidered one. Lace, patch work, stone work or floral designs are also seen in this variety. As silk is a thin fabric it is comfortable in any season. It gives a royal traditional look when paired styled with jewelry like beaded necklace, dangling earrings and fine plain silver or golden bangles.


Sleeves are styled to give a new look to tunics. Some patterns have simply long sleeve, some have ¾ length sleeve with a button. Lace is also stitched at the end of long sleeve. Flare long sleeves have a broader part at the end, which appears stylish look.


Button top is different from other styles. It gives an elegant look when paired with jeans and boots. Button down top or neck button top with loose fitting are styled as sweater and some are styled as a shirt. This simple and casual look run for office wears.


This is all time favorite for all women. Best paired with leggings and jeans. Heavy look long tunic is also paired with long skirts. This is available in chiffon, silk, cotton, rayon, polyester fabrics. Printed and plain both gives Indo-western look. This is a mere replacement of Salwar Kamiz for Indian women.


Velvet Top is mostly worn in winters as it is found thicker than other materials. It gives a shiny look and feel cool to wear for parties. These are mostly seen in dark colors. Plain or printed both are available in this variety. Some pieces are seen with lace work, embroidery or bead work.

So here is the simple collection of tunics which is a part of our daily routine wear. If you would like to buy or would like to see other collections you can visit to Neerja Kamilla on sheroes. https://shrs.me/Lfp2KpmYJ6