Silky Women’s Tunic Tops For Women
Silk tunics are a staple in regal ensembles. That’s why Queen Letizia donned a silk tunic blouse at a recent United Nations appearance. Decades before the queen’s meeting, the iconic fashion designerMary McFadden explained, “In my own creations, the earliest influence came from the ancient civilizations of Egypt, China, Africa and Persia. In fact, one of my earlier creations was a range of tunics, made from silk procured from the islands of Madagascar.” From designs rooted in the ancient world to ensembles worn by today’s royalty, silk tunics have become a fashion must. Thanks to Artizara, timeless silk-inspired tunic tops are available to women seeking modest clothing as the following items illustrate.
Refined elegance will be your hallmark in the Devon tunic. Crafted from soft faux raw silk, the traditional Moroccan inspired design flatters all figures. Whether in mint green or black, the long tunic features rich tonal contrast banding at the neck, cuffs and hem. The fabric has a soft sheen for impact and a soft cottony feel for comfort. Ideal for modest wear, the lightweight and breathable material is non transparent and includes side vents for ease of movement. With its small Mandarin collar and wide bell sleeves, anyone wearing this tunic top will strike a stunning silhouette.
Bold and breathtaking are among the many words that can accurately describe this Liana long tiered tunic. Alternating panels of charmeuse satin and faux dupioni silk raise the formal top a notch above the rest. Available in beige or black, the lovely number boasts a satin yoke in the front and back with a notch neckline, straight sleeves with satin cuffs and an A-line slightly flared skirt for graceful movement.
Brighten up your day—and wardrobe—with this colorful Nadra long tunic top. Pretty painterly strokes of vivid hues pop against the pale gold background and complement the teal green banding at the modest notch neckline. Crafted in light poly faux raw silk, the formal tunic feels like the real thing yet is more practical since the fabric is nontransparent so there’s no need to layer.