Simple, casual and effortlessly fashionable-for-all-age, a cotton tunic top also known as Kurti is a wardrobe staple for summer. Cotton tunics and I have a history. For a couple years, they were in the centre stage of my wardrobe. Naturally, the focus shifted to other silhouttes until the recent return of the tunic tops and dresses at the high-street stores chiming in perfectly with the current obsession for modern yet ethnic designs. What better time to bring out a decade old cotton tunic from my wardrobe for a weekend lunch date!
While denim, prints and embroidered collars add a modern edge, it is the minimalist nature of the cotton tunics that makes it something to be celebrated, making a statement all on its own with little need for eye-catching accessories. To up-cycle this cotton tunic with a pair of trusted navy denim, I incorporated an array of different colors with thread bangles, Peruvian pom pom belt dangler and a patchwork embroiderd clutch. A pair of pearl Jhumki and a statement ring in silver resonated with fusion enhanced this feminine look. To keep this look its casual best, I have opted for a pair of beaded flats.
What was I wearing?
Westside Cotton Tunic
Tribe by Amrapali Jewels Ring
Thread Bangles from Dilli Haat
Primark Clutch Pom pom Belt Dangler from Cuzco Artisan Market, Peru
ZARA Navy denim
Ray-ban Light Brown Gardient Aviator