How To Style A Plain Tunic For A Party?

How To Style A Plain Tunic For A Party?

Tunics have always been an option for everything, from work to party or casually staying in. They are one of the most comfortable options for every place and event. You have tunics for every occasion, from print to solid. People have made tunics an option for parties and not just for a traditional or ethnic look. Paislei has a unique collection ranging from the most traditional to western tunics for women.

Wear It With A Pair Of Palazzos

Palazzo pants are a pair of wide-legged trousers that are gaining popularity these days. Palazzos are the most comfortable and breathable piece of cloth and have been the most trending currently. Being versatile is the most notable feature of palazzos as they can be easily paired with any top, any tunic. There are different patterns like slit design, high low pattern, straight cut, printed tunics, and many more styles of tunics. Every tunic can be easily paired with palazzos.

Long tunics and palazzos have been one of the classic combinations. Silk to chiffon and Khaadi to denim just like tunics, palazzos are available in every fabric. Some ideas of palazzos and tunic combinations are -

Printed Tunics And Palazzos

Prints have been in fashion since forever. For a party wear look, pair your plain tunic with a printed palazzo or vice-a-versa.

Short Tunic And Palazzos

Palazzo pants with short tunic are in the style game for a long haul and not just a season. Palazzos always add grace to the tunic and make it a perfect attire for any party or event.

Add Dazzling Earrings

Earrings have been the most necessary jewelry piece for ages. They’ve been adding glory to every look from traditional to western. There are earrings for every style and look and for every face shape.

Some of the earrings you can go for are:

Hoops -  Hoops are simple and classy and go with all sorts of tunics for women.

Jhumkas - God sends everything in pairs, I believe jhumkas were made in tandem with tunics.

To give a party wear look pair your plain or printed tunic with huge and heavy earrings as they immediately make a statement. If you have a small face, you can even go with studs or ear cuffs or even danglers. These earrings will look great with your tunic.

Do Minimal Makeup

Now that you’re done with earrings, you must go for the makeup.

Always you have to do is put on some good base, a pretty blush, put on some eyeshadow and gorgeous lipstick. For an extra edge, you could wing your eyeliner. This trick always enhances indo-western looks, especially if you wear a beautiful tunic.

If you are going in the daytime, then give yourself a refreshing look by choosing glowing colors such as pink, peach, nudes. However, if it a night look, you must go all out and add bright colors to your makeup routine, such as red and dark brown.
Make A Neat Hairstyle

Hair completes every look, so you should always make sure you have a neat hairstyle. Few elegant and straightforward hairstyles that goes with tunics are-

French Braid - French braids are the most popular and easy to go with. This hairstyle always suits tunics and long dresses.

Bun - one of the easiest and a classic style is a bun. It is the most suitable hairstyle if you have long hair and have a problem managing it go for a bun and you’re carefree.

Pony - Ponies are always known for a neat look. You can go for high piny or low whichever suits your tunic. All you need is a rubber band, and you’re ready to go.

If you have short or straight long hair, you can always keep them open as they’re effortless and you’re ever ready for any place. Make sure you have a manageable length and quality.
Put On Your Heels

Heels have always been a bonus to every look, from short dresses to tunics, heels have always complimented the look. Choosing the right length for your heels are a must; you should always be comfortable in your heels. From bellies to stilettos, heels give a bold look to your attire.

So what are you waiting for?

Head to Paislei to shop from the beautiful and vibrant range of tunics, now!