I have a soft spot for hi-low dresses and tops, every time I see one, I want it. One of the reasons I love them is because of their versatility. You can wear them with jeans, legging, over the knee boots or go all ethnic (Indian style) by pairing it with wide-leg pants or culottes or with a flowy skirt.
I get all excited when I find such pieces that let me embrace my culture. Though I am not wearing the tunic in a traditional way today, I plan on getting maximum use out of it. See below 4 other ways I see myself wearing it.
How to Wear A Hi-Low Tunic Top
- Jeans– For a casual and put together look, skinny jeans are always the best choice. Add a belt to elevate your style while also slimming your silhouette into a flattering hourglass. For a low-key and flowy look, opt for boyfriend jeans and pair it with your favorite comfy sandals or sneakers.
- Wide Leg pants / Culottes– The ladylike silhouette instantly gives a polished yet modern look. I used a wear a lot of wide leg pants with kurthi’s (tunic tops) when I was in school. I am happy they are back on trend. Opt for contrast color pants to distinguish the hemline of the top with the pant.
- Moto Jegging– The trendier and edgier version of legging are a wardrobe staple for me. They go easily with anything from sweaters to tunic tops to tunic tops (check this post on 3 ways I styled the moto jegging).
- Skirt– This style of wearing tunic tops with maxi skirts is very South Asian and popular. This is a fun way to mix and match various patterns and colors. The contrasting match is always a head turner in this pairing like a solid color tunic with a printed skirt or a printed top with a bold color skirt (like the 4th outfit above) or matching the prints with the tunic and skirt for a monochromatic look. Skirts up that volume and boho factor to the otherwise regular tunic.
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This post is done in collaboration with Shein. I was sent the item I chose as a gift. All opinions, choices, and styling are my own.
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