Chic Simplicity Tunics by Designer Manish Malhotra 2014 Collection

Manish Malhotra started his career in 1990 as a Costume Designer in The Indian Film Industry, popularly known as Bollywood. His label is a hot favourite when it comes to styling India's most glamorous Bollywood celebrities. Manish Malhotra's areas of creativity span the broad spheres of Bollywood, design, styling, diffusion and everlasting bridal and couture. Manish is the first Costume Designer to have ventured into mainstream fashion in 1999 with his high profile couture store. He launched his own eveningwear couture label under his name 'MANISH MALHOTRA' in the year 2004. In the last two years, the label MANISH MALHOTRA has taken up the responsible initiative to promote regional handicrafts and workmanship from rural India.

Cut from airy georgettes with fluttering drapes through the split, this lightweight piece moves elegantly as you walk. This semi-sheer style has contrasting embroidery. Pair it with a slip for added coverage.

With its floor-skimming hemline and floral embroidery; Manish Malhotra's tunic dress takes the season’s trend to chic new heights. Work it year-round by pairing it with a skirt, denims or leggings.

Pack Manish Malhotra's tunic for your next getaway. Effortlessly elegant, this semi-sheer design boasts a flattering loosely draped shape. Wear yours with a slip underneath for added coverage, finishing with a stack of bangles. 

Falling elegantly into a straight silhouette, Manish Malhotra's bi-colour tunic is perfect for your next exotic escape. The magenta and orange combination needs little by way of accessory. Pair it with leggings or denims to suit the occasion.

Comprising of effortless staples for your holiday wardrobe, Manish Malhotra cuts from georgette, this thread worked tunic featuring subtle ivory embroidery. All it needs is a pair of sling back sandals.

Boost your fashion credentials in this multi-tone tunic by Manish Malhotra. Wear this elegant resham jail work tunic after-dark to elevate your style status. 

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