Indian Cotton Blend Tops(22 items)
Featured Reviews on Indian Cotton Blend Tops
Gold Zari Embroidery Tunic
Exquisite tunic and the embroidery is perfection! Thank you Isha Jain for your beautiful work. I am so delighted with my purchase.
Just received my tunic- it was beautifully wrapped. Looks just like the picture. The material is so light. I wear a US size 6, small- ordered a small and it fits perfectly. Will definitely show it off on a special dress up occasion.
Popular Indian Cotton Blend Tops
Embroidered Cotton Blend Tunic in Peach from India, "Peach Glory"
Glorious and beautiful, this tunic is designed by Anchal Ahuja in India. She crafts this tunic from a cotton blend in solid peach, which is decorated with metallic stitching. Snow white embroidery decorates the sides. A tasseled tie closes the neckline of this tunic, which features billowing sleeves.
Elegant Bright Pink Tunic in a Cotton and Silk Blend, "Jaipuri Masala"
This stunning hot pink tunic is the creation of Isha Jain in India. Crafted of a cotton/silk blend, the neckline and hem of the tunic feature gold and silver embroidery, an applique-like technique that originated in Rajasthan and is traditionally used on wedding and formal garments. Gold embroidery, sequins and sparkling faux stones add extra glamour. The semi-sheer tunic features three-quarter length sleeves and a cotton-lined bodice.
Indian Handmade Block Print Lined Cotton Blend Tunic, "Ivory Delight"
By Isha Jain, this beautiful tunic showcases India's handcrafted block print technique in gold and teal. The top features three quarter sleeves, slits at the sides and a scoop neck with piping. Lined in cotton, it fastens with hidden hooks and eyes.
Chanderi Tunic Hand Block Printed Cotton Silk Blend, "Fabulous in Fuchsia"
Fabulous in fuchsia, this tunic by Isha Jain exalts the legendary beauty of India's fabric. A 100% silk warp is combined with a 100% cotton weft, resulting in crisp, glossy sheer textures. Jain masters hand-block printing techniques in a darker pink shade to adorn the tunic with floral and leafy patterns, and a rich blue hue for the neckline, cuffs and hemline. Golden lurex piping trims the neck. Featuring lateral side slits and three-quarter length sleeves, the tunic closes with two concealed hook-and-eye closures and 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.