chanderi tunic paired up with cotton plazzo

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Floral Digital Printed Tunic With Cotton Linning Paired Up With Cotton Plazzo
Color: Ivory
Fabric: Chanderi And Cotton
Care: Dry Clean Only

Shipping Information
25-30 Days
SKU: BAL1007WTU-05

Rohit Bal tunics for Women

The ancient Romans were the first to invent the tunic or chiton, worn as a shirt or gown by both genders. It was a loose-fitting garment, usually beginning at the neck and ending above the knee. Today, tunics fondly called short kurtas or kurtis by Indian women have become their wardrobe essential. They range from hip-length to just above knee-length. They come in different shapes, sizes and colours.


Rohit Bal Printed & Embroidered tunics for Women

Women wear designer tunics with either skinny pants, flowy palazzo pants, or designer jeans. Designer tunics for women come in comfortable cotton or rich silk that enables a wearer to choose from daywear to evening wear. Rohit Bal collection offers chanderi kurtis with bright block prints, resham embroidery, beachy clothes, linen tunic,cotton tunic,colour block dress, tunic dress ,embroidered tunic or with his signature nature-inspired prints. The designer tunics for women come in colours like white, black, yellow, red, pink, and wine and are available in sizes from small to extra-large. Rohit Bal tunics for women designed as a fun casual wear piece of attire make quite an impression. The casual-chic look in a designer kurta is ideal for a kitty party, a friend's get-together or a pooja at your place. Accessorize them with a hanging earring pair or a round sling bag from the Rohit Bal collection, and look your designer best. It is time to look casual chic with kitten heels and a designer tunic, so why not get the look today? Order online a designer tunic from the Rohit Bal womenswear section, but do not stop right there. There are thousands of designer clothes to choose from India’s favourite fashion designer Rohit Bal. Buy something for yourself or spoil the man you love by gifting a Rohit Bal creation that he will cherish forever. Developed in Rome, designed in India, and dressing the world, the Indian traditional kurtis or tunics have truly gone global. Checkout designer jackets for women.