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The Lotus Paradis silk tunic is a fabulous piece of clothing. Made from Cambodian silk, which is the world’s most exquisite type of silk, it is a pleasure to wear. Our professional stylists are constantly drawing inspiration from this rich silk fabric inventing seductive, romantic and summery tunic pieces. It goes without saying that our tunic are adaptable to all occasions. Thanks to the softness and lightness of the silk, Lotus Paradis tunics are rapidly becoming indispensable.


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Tunic Karina Silk Tunic Karina
  • On sale!
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€ 95.00 € 159.00

The tunic Karina can be worn as a short dress. Most exquisite discreet open mao collar and the buttons are exquisite in their flower shape.

Hand-woven Fabric

Lotus Paradis goes to great lengths to produce great quality silk tunics. We choose to work with hand-woven pure silk that has multiple qualities. The Cambodian natural silk has numerous advantages: it is light, airy, and even anti-allergenic. This natural silk is also adaptable to all temperatures leaving you feeling fresh in the summer and comfortably warm in winter. Our collections are assembled with passion, care and perfection by our stylists and qualified seamstresses.

A Lotus Paradis silk tunic can be paired perfectly with swimsuits, silk pants or jeans. It incorporates both casual and comfortable elements. Made from 100% pure silk, the tunics are available in sleeveless, long sleeves and three-quarter length sleeves. The silk tunic comes with pretty buttons including those made from mother-of-pearl. You can choose from different necklines: necklines with refined pleats or even romantic ruffles for those that want to stand out. The ecological silk tunic from Lotus Paradis is a lovely source of inspiration that will brighten your day to day life. Strict quality controls and continuous research has led to the production of high quality natural silk fibers. The careful blending of silk threads in different colors creates satin silks, matte silks and moiré reflections in many bright colors.

Silk is Multiple

Taffeta, shantung, fine pure silk, pure silk muslin, organza. These ecological fibers vary in both weight and thickness. Taffeta which has a smooth appearance of natural silk is used in the majority of our collections.

Shantung exudes a charm from the past and presents irregularities in its raw aspect. Our pure lazuli blue silk bomber jackets are lined with ivory shantung that is made from pure ethical silk.

Fine silk, also referred to as silk chiffon, is an ecological textile fiber that is ideal for making tunics, scarves, blouses, and stoles.

Silk that is 100% pure, emits a smell of burned hair when it is burnt.

Fair Trade

Our handcrafted 100% natural silk tunics are made in Cambodia from Fair Trade. Combining sustainability with luxury in this eco-friendly textile fiber, is our goal. Lotus Paradis has developed its projects and built them on a positive vision that considers social, economic and environmental factors.
None of our garments contain harmful products or heavy metals. We work with Cambodian silk, because it is 100% natural, and one of the best qualities of silk in the world. Lotus Paradis offers our Cambodian weavers and seamstresses a respectable social status, financial independence, and the benefit of health insurance. We want to look at the future positively by cultivating the culture of sustainability in luxury fashion while at the same time respecting nature, artisans and our customers.

World Fair Trade Organization

Lotus Paradis silk is certified by the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO). This global association is focused on promoting equality at workplaces and the recognition of artisans.
The Dystar dye we use on our silk garments is certified by Ecotex, a worldwide reference on products without heavy metals or toxic products.

Story of Lotus Paradis

The story of Lotus Paradis began as an adventure for Sophie Brooks. It took her only one trip to Cambodia to be so inspired to create Lotus Paradis. She felt caught up in the magic of silk, and specifically the high-quality type produced in Cambodia. The business she created ensures unique quality clothing is produced from fabrics that do not harm the environment. In this way, she clearly positioned the company in sustainable fashion.