Women’s Tunic Tops: A Boon in Disguise

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Women's Tunic Tops

Most of us are acquainted with women’s tunic tops and know what a stunning discovery it is. Those who aren’t, need to catch up the trends. You will definitely be going to thank us later.

But what is a tunic top and what is so special about it?

A tunic is an upper-body garment which has a freestyle and is something between a top and dress. The contemporary tunics are stylish, cool, sassy yet so, so comfortable. With vibrant designs in bold hues, with those comfortable cuts, tunics have a special place in women’s hearts.

All the things special about women’s tunic tops

While we are discussing what tunics are or how they look, let us take a look at the various features of this outfit.

Not only plus-size tunic tops, but all tunic tops are a bit lengthier than the usual casual tops. They are shorter that kurtas (Indian ethnic long tops) but longer than usual tops and tees. They end somewhere above the knee.

They are made out of different fabrics like cotton, linen, silk, velvet, net, rayon and so on. But our favourites are those that are made of linen and cotton.

Tunics are made for various occasions. They can be dressy and worn to parties, or just be easy, breezy for daily wear. In winters too, you can choose to wear a full-sleeved tunic top, with a plus-size knitwear UK or coat, stockings and high boots. Oh, what a smart, fashionable look!

There are so many patterns, designs and cuts available that there is definitely, at least one piece that suits your taste. 

Choosing tunic tops for different body types

Hourglass figure: A tunic would be a great choice for this body type. There are fitted tunics that will make you look presentable, trendy and fashionable.

Apple-shaped figure: A V-neck or wrap design tunic would be a great choice. Go for not-so-long pieces in bright colours and bold prints.

Petite figure: Go for shorter tunics, which can be doubled as short dresses too.

Pear-shaped figure: Go for tunics with a wide neck and side slit, and the length of it should be beyond the broadest area of your hips.

We picked some of the tunics. Tell us how you liked them!

Belle Love Italy Flower Print Linen Tunic

This 100% linen tunic has floral prints overall, has cute pleated neck design, cap sleeves and two pockets.

Occasion: Casual, day-outs

Paired with: Denim or trousers

Belle Love Italy Julia Tunic

This full-sleeved tunic has a round neckline, turned-up sleeves, an asymmetrical, leopard printed silk hemline. This is made with 85% cotton and 15% viscose.

Occasion: Shopping

Paired with: Pants

Belle Love Italy Willow Slipknot Tunic

A nice, plus-size tunic top, that has a fun vibe to it as it gathers into a loose knot on the hem. This tunic has a Bohemian style that hugs the body at right place for a stylish silhouette. With a classic round neckline, and rolled-up sleeves, this oversized top is made of 95% viscose and 5% elastane.

Occasion: Date night, brunching with friends

Paired with: Denim

Belle Love Italy Millie Tunic

A made-in-Italy tunic, made with 95% cotton and 5% elastane, this has a classic, round neckline. This is of such a length that can easily double up as a short dress. It has long sleeves with elasticated cuffs, frill panel to hem and has an open scoop back with feature bar.

Occasion: Picnics, get together/birthday parties

Paired with: If worn as a tunic, it can be paired with a black or dark blue pants and a long neckpiece. If worn as a dress, pair it with casual, white sneakers and a matching/contrast scarf.

Belle Love Italy Roberta Smock Dress

Oh, how breezy and summery this dress looks. This 100% viscose dress has prints all over it. This dress has a mandarin style collar with V-neckline and bell sleeves. This tunic too can double up as a dress.


Occasion: Casual or house parties
Paired with: Jeggings or denims if worn as a tunic, a pair of casual sneakers and a choker if worn as a dress.