Fashion has always been an industry where you can curate your combination of style and colour. So when it comes to bright colours, Indian traditional wear tops the list. Out of the traditional outfit, a simple easy-breezy Kurti is the most common and comfortable to wear. Indian wear has got a lot of stuff to experiment with.
As the summer heat is in its full swing, it is the right time for you to unwrap the designer Kurtis you have in your wardrobe. Kurtis are easy to carry outfits that are a perfect pick for summers. Moreover, the ease of choosing it from thousands of designs, colours, and patterns makes it preferable for millions of women across the globe. So whether you are looking for a red printed Kurti for a family get-together or a contemporary Kurti to rock the party look, Kurtis is a perfect outfit. Every woman has a few styles of Kurtis in her wardrobe; however, there are types of Kurtis you must have in your closet.
So here we are with the different types of Kurtis you must have in your wardrobe.
A-Line Kurtis is one of the most commonly known types of Kurtis, which almost every woman has. It is available in short, long, and knee lengths. An A-Line Kurti has flares from the waist, thus giving you an A shape. With an A-Line Kurti, you can choose the bottoms according to the length of the kurta, for example, for fir simple leggings or cigarette pants if you are wearing a long A-Line kurta or wear dhoti pants if you choose a short A-Line kurta. An A-Line kurta suits the best women with hourglass or rectangle body shapes.
2.Long straight kurtas
Next is a long-straight kurta that can give you a more professional look and make you look taller. Though they are available in all sleeve lengths, they look the best in full-length 3/4th sleeves. You can wear this kurta to your office parties and pair it with bangles, earrings, and heels to complete your look.
Anarkali kurtas are one of my personal favourites. They are the most elegant kurtas of all time; you can wear them anytime, anywhere, be it office, college, meetings, or even on coffee dates. They give you a classy look and are comfortable at the same time. If you want a casual college look, wear them with ankle-length skinny jeans. You can wear it with a palazzo for the office or leggings if you’re heading for a party.
4.Shirt Style Kurtas
A shirt-style kurta is a must to add to your wardrobe. It is a perfect blend of modern and ethnic styles and gives you a classy and intelligent look. You can wear them for office meetings, casual dinners, interviews, and outings. You can also accessorize your kurta with a thin belt around your waist to enhance your look. Pair it with a sling bag and peep-toes to complete your look.
The front part of these kurtas is usually shorter than the back. It gives you an incredibly chic and funky look and goes with shorts, leggings, or denim. Additionally, you can pair it up with round earrings and boots if you go for a night out. During the daytime, you can wear it with leggings or jeans with your casual bellies or flats. If you like this kind of look, go for high-low Kurtis without any doubt.
If you are looking for something comfortable and easy to carry, besides a dress, a Kaftan kurta can be your first choice. These ankle-length pieces of attire with long flowy sleeves are a perfect fit for you. A long rope man inspired the designers to wear in the middle-east areas. Kaftan kurtas usually have a belt around the waist to give you a royal look. Earring with this look goes the best. This type of Kurti goes well with all body shapes, especially if you are pregnant.
Lastly, slit kurtas are a complete love-at-first sight attire. They either have side slits or front slits. With their entirely different design, these kurtas can give you a whole diva look. You can pair it with ripped denim and boots to complete your look. They also go in palazzos and skirts. You may wear earrings or not; it’s up to you. A slit blue or red printed Kurti is something you have in your wardrobe.
The Final Thought
Apart from the above mentioned types, you can try denim kurtas, cape-style, double-layered kurtas, and much more. Many colour options are available, like a beige colour Kurti if you like soft colours or a yellow Kurti if you love to wear bright colours. So, pick the one where you are comfortable and look your best.