Small festivals like Baisakhi, Makar Sankranti and more are going to hit you soon. That's why it's best to buy tunics you can wear for a festivities at home; and later use it as work wear or wear it anytime, really. I found 5 tunics on LBB that you can wear as a kurta, a tunic on jeans or as an ethnic dress.
5 Tunics You Can Wear As A Kurta For The Festive Season
Women Mustard Striped A-Line Button Down Kurta
Casual and cool - this viscose rayon button-down works with palazzos, salwaar or jeans and has a very western look. I love the mustard colour for its pop, and the style is such that you can wear a belt to the waist and turn this into a dress too. Znx4ever makes Indian clothes trendier to wear, and have such an affordable price point that you'll definitely want more pieces from them in your wardrobe.
Women Blue Floral Print Long Tunic
I love this kurta for it's simplicity. Plus, it would make anyone wearing it look coy. Most of Untung's products are minimal and versatile. So you can wear this with a palazzo or salwaar for a more desi look. Or pair it with jeans and wear it to work or college! It's a rayon kurta, so you'll be comfortable in it from nine to five too.
Women Embroidered Neckline Angrakha
Wear this angrakha as a dress or a kurta. I love the colour and its simplicity! It's a lovely piece to have in your wardrobe, and the angrakha style is very much trending right now, so it's not a bad idea to grab this. This angrakha is by Vritta - the brand's collection is all about about fusion and has a lot of nature-inspired prints and embroidery.
Women Front High Slit Printed Black Kurta
Wear this with high-waist pants or a palazzo, depending on whether you want to wear a complete ethnic outfit or keep your look Indo-western. This cotton kurta is comfortable, the open shoulder detailing adds a westernised look to the outfit.
Women Button Down Full Sleeves Solid Kota Tunic
This solid tunic has kota details and it's very well-tailored. The fit is neat and you can slip into this for a small festive event or wear it to work too. I love this kurta for the simplicity and the formal shirt-like look it has. Most of Tijori's collection has a bohemian element to it; and their designs are high quality But the best part is that this is a cotton kurta, so it's big on comfort too.