Indian Silk Tops(31 items)
Featured Reviews on Indian Silk Tops
Just as hoped for
This silk blouse is perfect for both relaxed work days and days out. The coulour is rich creamy white - goes well with anything!
This blouse is lovely. The fit is nice and the fabric is not as sheer as I thought it might be, which is a bonus. The seams are serged, it is well made. Highly recommend
This tunic is stunning. It is irridescent and looks lovely on. The color is gorgeous! Fit was just as expected. I love it and will wear it often.
Popular Indian Silk Tops
Ivory Silk Long-Sleeved Blouse with Black Floral Embroidery, "Moonlight Symphony"
Designed by Indian artisan Sandip Agarwal, this ivory silk blouse shines like moonlight. Embroidered with jet black floral motifs around the cuffs and neckline, the blouse features raglan sleeves and a button closure at the keyhole neckline.
Handmade Block Print Lined Cotton Blend Tunic from India, "Cool Bouquet"$69.99
By Isha Jain, this beautiful tunic showcases India's handcrafted block print technique on front and back. The top features three quarter sleeves, a V-neck with piping and a band of contrasting fabric on the sleeves and hem. Lined in cotton, it slips over the head.
Embroidered Black Silk Tunic from India, "Magical Midnight"$99.99
Conjuring a moonlit garden, designer Una Gupta in India presents this original tunic top. The black 100% silk tunic is embroidered all over with blossoms and petals in ivory and buff. Piping outlines the collar and three-quarter length sleeves, and a center seam gives the top the appearance of a jacket. The notched neckline and hem make it easy to slip the top on over your head.
Cotton Silk Chanderi Tunic in Turquoise with Block Prints, "Turquoise Temptress"$69.99
Isha Jain celebrates India's textile and fashion legacies with the gorgeous design of this tunic. In cool turquoise blue, the tunic is sewn of , in which a 100% silk warp is combined with a 100% cotton weft, resulting in crisp, glossy sheer textures. Jain masters hand-block printing techniques in green, blue and black to adorn the tunic with floral and leafy patterns. Green silk taping trims the cuffs and hemline. Featuring lateral side slits and three-quarter length sleeves, the tunic is lined with cotton. fabrics can be traced back to Vedic times; however, it was not until the 1970's that the cotton and silk blend fabric was developed. textures are somewhat crisp.