What Are The Different Types Of Kurtis For Women?
wear Kurtis for just about any occasion with the right, matching accessories. We believe a woman’s wardrobe is incomplete without some cotton, floral printed, Chikankari, silk, or Anarkali Kurtis in it. Why? Because these work great at parties, festivals, offices, and colleges, and even for casual outings with friends!
Now that you know how versatile they can be, we have made a list of some specific Kurti styles for you to amp up your wardrobe:
- Monochrome Suit Sets
Monochrome means one color. You're wearing a monochrome if every piece of your outfit is of the same color or, a variation in the tint and shade, of the same color. We've been seeing a rise in this fashion for quite some time, due to how attractive it is to the eye and how effortlessly chic it appears. You generally have a free hand when styling a monochrome look, as long as all the pieces of the attire are of the same color. For a Kurti look, consider wearing a tight, fitted bottom with a long, billowy upper.
2. Casual Kurtis
Add a fun desi touch to your wardrobe with casual daily-wear Kurtis! Pair these with the right accessories and hairstyle to either turn things up or keep them understated, as per your preference. Either way, you’d be looking good when you style your kurta from the plethora of trending bottom wears in the market such as leggings, palazzos, culottes, jeans, etc.
Anarkali Kurtis have that classic ethereal vibe to them, making them a timeless outfit to wear. This garb, which is crafted from fabrics like cambric, cotton, silk, or georgette, offers style and comfort in the same beat. Designed in comfortable and breathable fabric this particular style is suitable for daily wear as well as family functions.
In recent years we have seen a surge in the popularity of Kaftan style Kurtis, which are a type of loose, flowy tunics, worn traditionally in middle eastern parts of the world. Today Kaftan can be purchased as designerwear, which is usually made from lightweight, breathable fabrics like cotton or silk, which makes them perfect for warm weather. They look best when worn for a casual look, but can be killer at parties as well. Women of all ages and body types can carry Kaftans and look fabulous.
5. Long Kurtis
They are often made of a light, airy fabric and are full-length, falling anywhere from the mid-calf to the ankle. Long Kurtis can be worn for any occasion, both formal and informal.
These too can be dressed up or down, depending on how you want to style them. To keep it simple, pair your Kurti with a pair of leggings or jeggings and some flats. Or, dress it up with a pair of heels and some statement jewelry.
We’d like to conclude by saying that Kurtis are a fuss-free fashion must-have for every desi wardrobe! They make for ideal clothing across seasons, by being available in breathable fabrics for summers, and offering much-needed coverage in winters.
This practical aspect, coupled with their ability to make you look fashionable while keeping you comfortable is what makes Kurtis so indispensable. Whether you plan to buy a kurta for work or a weekend of happy hours, this wardrobe item will make sure that you always arrive in style. You can get all of these aforementioned styles in one place, at the ZERESOUQ online store.