Trending fashion of kurtis

Trending fashion of kurtis



when it comes to comfort and style I can bet that every working woman,college girls or housewives women prefer kurtas over any other outfits.It’s easy to carry and takes less than a minute to style. These are commonly made out of cotton and silk but are available in a variety of materials like georgette, chiffon, velvet, etc.With different styles and pattern wearer gets ample choices, from ethnic to indo-western style with different patterns, cuts and designs ,Find here the different pattern of Kurtis and the different ways to style them….

Anarkali -Surely everyone has at least one Anarkali suit in wardrobe.For a few years Anarkali becomes everyone’s can pair it with leggings, palazzo, and churidar.Wear it daily, Formal,Casual, Wedding and any other traditional functions.



Straight-Evergreen and never goes out of fashion!! Available in all types of material,in different prints,beautiful embroidery,mirror work which gives it heavy look to wear in parties and wedding functions.You can pair it with palazzo normal pants and dupatta,legging and of course with jeggings or jeans which give you a perfect and stylish look for any occasion.



Asymmetrical Hemline -Wow!!Must say it’s a beautiful combination of Indo western outfits.Pair it with designer bottom, Contrast leggings, Skinny jeans, Patiala, Churidar, Jeggings according to your body shape.



Shirt style -Shirt style Kurtis are inspired by the men’s kurtas. It gives you professional and stylish look. It is available for both, casual and formal dressings. Just make sure that fabric is skin-friendly, so you feel comfortable at a workplace.It can be paired with churidar pants ,leggings, and jeggings.


Angrakha -Angrakha pattern Kurtis are inspired by the Mughal period .The dress composed of the long skirt with a wide border ,the neckline does not go the middle way but instead neckline going left side depicts angarkha where it contains threads or laces . Angrakha Kurtis can be paired with leggings,pajamas,pants,jeans and palazzo.It gives a very innocent look.For wedding functions,  angrakha style gown with delicate embroideries and fancy work having patches beads stones or mirror work will be a perfect choice


Front Slit -End of the last year came with the biggest trend -the front slit Kurtis, and ruling over in fashion gala with its maxi length pattern.Wedding , a family function ,an office party or a get-together ,the front slit Kurti is definitely a first choice.Pair it with palazzo,colored leggings and for understated looks with heavy lehenga skirt.Another chic way to rock the long slit Kurti is by pairing it up with the dhoti.



Jacket style Kurti-Indian ethnics has its own version of clothing.A jacket is one of the most traditional wear in India since many centuries,which is traditionally known as bandi or koti.The Indian jackets are mostly decorated with embroidery and mirror work.Our designer worked hard and presented the new and designer combination of Indo western jacket styled kurtis.There are few accessories which never go out of fashion….and a jacket is one of them.Pair them with leggings and dhoti.


Dhoti Style Kurti-In women fashion, Dhoti style like Dhoti pants, Dhoti Saree, Dhoti Dress, Dhoti Gown, etc. are high in trend. Women just love to wear such contemporary versions of traditional garb. Recently, Dhoti kurti has gained lots of appreciation. It is loose and comfortable to wear and gives designer look to stand out in parties. In Dhoti style, drapes may start from yoke or bodice with designer cuts and creative patterns. Attached belt is the trendy pattern for dhoti style Kurti and flatters feminine curves. Mostly, fabrics like georgette, chiffon, and silk are used to beautify drapes.


Kaftan Style Kurti-These loose fit clothing with wide drop sleeves oozes glamor, sophistication, and fabulous style.Perfect for Summer favorite, Beach Parties, Casual outing, Get- together, etc.Pair it with skinny Jeans, Jeggings, ankle length or full tight slacks, Leggings.


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