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Fashionista NOW: 5 Chic High Slit Tunic Top Ideas

5 Chic High Slit Tunic Top Ideas

Long tunic tops are many but the trend that’s setting these long blouses apart is the presence of side splits or slits that go pretty high up to the waistline. This very design allows for more room for movement for the wearer as it adds a casual flair to your wardrobe.

The splits on the sides offer a peek into what your bottom wear of choice is and because it is a vertical slit, it has a visually-elongating effect that will look good on most people.

For me, I find the side split design playful and that it adds to the unexpected feel to an otherwise predictable tunic top. Of course, you can’t wear the slit tunic as a dress on hot summer days for obvious reasons but you can definitely wear it with shorts or a mini pencil skirt.

For a look at the FIVE tunic tops with side slits that I spotted on ZALORA Malaysia which I would personally wear myself, scroll on down below and enjoy!

 

Beige

beige-sleeve-slit-tunic-top

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Chiffon Blue

blue-chiffon-long-sleeve-slit-top

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Brick Red

brick-red-sleeve-slit-tunic-top

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Navy Blue

navy-sleeve-slit-tunic-top

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Pale Pink

pale-pink-long-sleeve-tunic-slit-top

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Which side split tunic top would you wear? Share below – I’d love to know!

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