Kurtis are one of the most comfortable pieces of women’s clothing. Kurtis is a popular clothing choice among women because they are versatile and can be worn on every occasion. The best part about wearing a kurti is that you are free to pair it with all sorts of bottoms, depending on the event.
If you are attending a wedding, your short kurti can be paired with sharara pants or leggings for a low-key traditional look. On the other hand, if you are a college-going girl, you can pair your cotton kurti with jeans and shorts for a perfect summer outing with friends.
Today, chikankari kurtis are the most trending Kurtis that women are purchasing. So if you are looking for the best summer outfit, chikankari Kurtis are an ideal choice because not only do they give you a chic look, but they are also comfortable to wear. Chikankari Kurtis is available in several colors, but the most trending ones are in pastel shades.
Chikankari Kurtis comes in a variety of prints and designs, so you can either opt for a minimally printed short chikankari kurti to be paired with your jeans for a casual look or pair a long, heavily embellished or printed chikankari kurti with leggings for a traditional look.
Other than the Chikankari Kurtis, you can flaunt your chic style in multiple kurti styles this festive season.
- Jacket Kurtis: These Kurtis have an extra layer of the jacket over the regular kurti and can be paired with leggings. The attached jacket can come with a front tie detailing or a sans. If you are looking for a more comfortable approach to style this kurti, you can pair it with cigarette pants too.
- Cape style Kurtis: This style has been adopted from the western culture but has become an instant hit. These kinds of A-line kurtis feature a front slit, which can be paired with leggings. Depending on your style, you can opt for a medium or full length. These kurtis look great when they feature minimal prints on them.
- Asymmetric Kurtis: If you love to don unique designs, the asymmetrical kurti is perfect because you get to play with the hemline. This Kurtis can be worn by women of all body types, and it is best to pair them with wide-legged palazzos or matching skirts. If you want to add inches to your frame but think wearing heels is too painful, these Kurtis give an impression of taller height.
- Dhoti style Kurtis: Take the desi approach when wearing a kurti by ditching the leggings and palazzos for a dhoti. To keep your look minimally stylish, you can pair a short kurti with a matching dhoti pant or go for an ankle-length dhoti kurti which can be layered with a traditional short jacket.
With multiple kurti styles available at your disposal, you can change your style from one occasion to another and bring a fresh wave of change to your overall look.
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