Different types of kurtis in India

>> Apr 27, 2019


It is an evergreen outfit for all age group women as well as girls. It can paired with lehenga, jeans, palazzo, cigarette pants and dhoti. You can try different types of kurtis to create unique style statement. It is very easy to carry and maintain, whether you are wearing for college or office or even at festivals, it gives you a very simple and sober look. It comes in a variety of designs, cut and pattern which can be worn on various occasions. Let’s have a look at different types of kurtis in India for casual, formal and festive wear.
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A-line kurti

It is the most favorite attire among young girls and women. It has a flare from the waist for making ‘A’ shaped silhouette and reaches to the calf or ankle. You can choose to wear bottom according to the length of the kurta. You can find a large collection of these style in the market as well as online. They are available in different colors, patterns, shades and design. Ideal for casual as well as formal wear. 

Anarkali Kurti

Anarkali style kurti is one of the most elegant styles for all time. It makes you look elegant and comfortable at the same time. Anarkali goes well with all body shapes like hourglass, pear, rectangle and apple shape. It can be worn on formal day, casual day in cotton and printed types or, festive wear in silks or embroidered type. You can pair it with leggings, churidar and slim fit jeans.

Indo-western kurti

It is the fusion of Indian and western fashion. The indo western may have a special neckline, sleeves style or different cut style making it different. It can be worn in casual get together events, evening wear, college and at special events. The kurti may have long, short or knee length. It can be worn as a dress or single outfit or maybe pared with a bottom like paired with jeans, jeggings, leggings and stockings.

Floor length gown style kurti

These styles are very much in vogue in a current days. We have seen many Bollywood divas wearing gown style kurti at award function, events and ceremonies. You can find floor length gown kurti design in many patterns and colors. They are the best choice for parties, pre -wedding ceremony and festivals. They are simply style which reach the floor level in flared style.

Long straight kurti

It is much in trend among the youngsters which enhances your professional look or casual look. It allows you to look tall and smart with sleeves or sleeveless style. Many women wear long kurti on a daily basis but it is also preferable to wear on festive and outing. It is available in fabric like cotton, georgette, rayon, crepe and silk. Women with rectangle, apple and hour-shape body should prefer this attire.

Angrakha kurti

Angrakha kurtis gives you a feminine and rich look when you wear them in festivals, ceremonies and casual outings. These have an overlapping yoke pattern which has tie up or button on one side of the yoke, known as Angrakha from olden times. Jacket or shrug style: team it with jacket has become the most favorite style statement of modern women to look classy and charm to their tradition Indian look. Wear this jacket or shrug with kurtis casually or some special occasions like special events, social gatherings or everyday parties. You can team it with leggings, jeggings or straight pants.

Shirt style kurti

Shirt style kurti is the fusion of Indian kurti and western shirt which is a must have in your wardrobe collection. It gives you a professional as well as smart look when you adorn this shirt style kurti. Its style is very casual style which looks like a long shirt which has a centre opening with button till the hem. You can wear it in interviews, casual meetings and outings. Team it with jeans or pants to complete your look.

Peplum style kurti

It is trending outfits for young age group women. The flare at the waistline is the new pattern which adds feminine beauty and gives gorgeous rich look. Perfect for sangeet and mehendi function especially for young girls who want to make a bold statement. You can team it up with a pair of leggings, dhoti pants or lehengas to complete your look.

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