The tunic of the wild is a piece of cloth that is used to cover the whole torso and is usually worn by women. In fact, it is a form of dress code for many tribes. Traditionally, it is known as a “warrior’s dress”. Tunics originated in Northern Africa, the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent. Tunics have been worn by both men and women for hundreds of years.
The word for tunic is “toti” which was derived from the Turkic language. A tunic is a loose fitting garment that is mainly worn by women to keep their bodies warm during cold seasons and also to protect themselves from harsh weather conditions. It is considered as an ideal garment to be worn in freezing conditions and even during summer time. The wild tunic has made its way from the nomadic life of nomadic tribes to the high status society of an aristocratic woman.
In the early times, the wild tunic was made out of camel’s wool and was extremely warm and comfortable. Today, the most popular tunic is made with wool from Kashmir goats. The material used to make the tunic depends on where it is from. It can be silk, cotton or nylon and can come in a variety of colors.
The tunic is tied using a simple string or cords. Tunics of the wild are no longer worn by women, but they are still widely used in certain communities in the Middle East and in certain regions of India. For instance, the Wild Woman of the Himalayas wears a tunic made of tight-fitting wild silk. In some parts of Mexico, the Mayan women wear a tunic made from strips of wild animal hair. These tunics are often decorated with feathers, beads and other adornments.
Today, tunics of the wild are made using man-made materials such as rayon, satin, Georgette, polyester, and other man-made fibers. The materials used for making the tunic can either be natural or synthetic. The synthetic ones are made from lamb skin, cow skin, snake, lizard, duck, and whale skin. They are a lot more durable than the natural ones. However, the natural tunics are more comfortable and stretchable.
Tunics of the Wild, although similar to those of the Wild Woman, have their own unique history. They were originally designed to keep the wearer warm in the cold desert nights. They are a kind of the primitive fashion of women that are often seen in nomadic tribes. The Wild Woman of the Wastes is sometimes represented by a fierce Wild Woman figure with her wand and lion head. This image is commonly found in Mexican, Indian, Tibetan, Samoan, Filipino and Hawaiian art. The tunic is very common in the nomadic cultures of Central America and in South America.