Vietnam, thank you for ao dai tunic tops! This post is dedicated to those who want to celebrate the Lunar New Year in curve-loving, graceful ao dais!
Hi ladies! You know how I love me some cheongsam dresses and blouses and coming second to the Eastern traditional wear that gets me sighing like no other is the feminine ao dai that hails from Vietnam. This tunic style is so gorgeous I can’t get over it. But I’m putting them Ao dais in this post to introduce to you your next outfit option for the lunar new year if you want to embrace your Vietnamese roots or simply appreciating the graceful tunic style because like myself, you have mad love for that stand collar and the side splits.
Though I have no Vietnamese blood in me that I know of, I’m drawn to the silhouette of this Vietnamese tunic because it celebrates the female form so very respectfully that it is heart-melting. The way that Mark and Vy, the creators behind MARKnVYShop makes their ao dai so modern and vibrant appeals to the spirit of the urban fashionista who likes to play around with ethnic wear and pair it with the more modern staples like jeans and skirts. Their ao dai collection is awashed with floral motifs and colors that they make such a perfect festive outfit of choice to wear this upcoming Lunar New Year 2018.
Want to wear an ao dai to ring in the Year of the Earth Dog? Awesome! Below is a list of FIVE beauties to drool and swoon over and then grab before they disappear. Enjoy!
Navy Floral Brocade Ao Dai
Floral Pink Ao Dai
Rose Pink Floral Brocade Ao Dai
Yellow Flora Ao Dai
Elegant Red Floral Brocade Ao Dai
Which modern ao dai tunic style is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know!
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