Lasippa tiga has black forewings with a wide orange band, two submarginal bands on the forewings, a wider inner band with a serrated inner edge, usually reaching the costa. The male butterfly has a gray speculum in the costal area. The underside of the wings is the same as the upper side only the orange band is wider and paler.
Larva: Lasippa tiga larvae are olive brown with a green tinge, have subdorsal spines on the 2nd, 3rd thoracic segments and 8th abdominal segments, the spines in the 3rd segment are longer and bent forward. Its back is shaped like a saddle with a series of faint slashes. The head capsule is brown in color covered with pale conical turbecles and a pair of short apical spines.
Pupa: The pupa of Lasippa tiga is pale brown in color with a pair of oval silver patches on the dorsum of the metathorax, the abdomen is slender and the thorax is large and the wing box extends to the sides. The dorsum of the thorax is angled, the head is split at its front edge with a small pointed vertices.