Indian Tunics is moving to the next level. What was earlier a simple upper wear is now an indulgence. Indian Tunics are also known as Kurtis. They are of cotton material, designer wear or embroidered. For the climate found in India, Cotton Tunics are a big hit. These tunics could be short which are chosen to be worn with jeans or other cotton pants. Such tunics suit slender and mostly short women.
On the other hand, hefty women feel comfortable with jeans on when they are sporting a long tunic. These long tunics are also used to be the top for salwars. Indian Tunics are available in a lot of materials including silk, crepe, satin and georgette. Cotton Tunics are comfortable for formal wear, office wear and home wear.
These Cotton Tunics hold the most simple to elaborate designs to serve individual needs. All colours are experimented in these tunics and creativity is displayed in the neck pattern and sleeves apart from the waist cut. Patch works and floral motifs are also encouraged in these tunics. Tunics may also have different types of embroidery and print styles that are found throughout India. Cotton Tunics are very comfortable for women when they are working either at home or office. Women find it very easy to move around and get engrossed in their job while they are wearing a tunic. Both traditional patterns and innovative patterns are found successful in Indian Tunics . Designers in the Indian textile Industry are working more on Tunics to come out with more variety in the already colourful spectrum.
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