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10 Types Of Kurtis​ You Should Have In Your Wardrobe

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Indian ethnic wear is a source of attraction in foreign countries too. These are some popular types of Kurtis should have in your wardrobe.

Hello readers and especially all the girls out there who loves experimenting with new outfits.

Fashion has always been a field where you can create your own combination of colours and style. And when it comes to a lot of bright colours, Indian ethnic wear tops the list.

The heavy embroidery for the wedding season, the florals for the breezy look, the solids for sophisticated days, the printed for the party paranoia and so much more…

Indian wear has got everything you want for different seasons and different mood.

And out of all the different ethnic outfits, Kurtis is the most common and most comfortable to wear.
And when it comes to a lot of bright colours, Indian ethnic wear tops the list.

The heavy embroidery for the wedding season, the florals for the breezy look, the solids for sophisticated days, the printed for the party paranoia and so much more…

Indian wear has got everything you want for different seasons and different mood.

And out of all the different ethnic outfits, Kurtis is the most common and most comfortable to wear.

So, today I will give a brief description of the different types of Kurtis one must try and also how to wear them for a diverse and a little funky look.

1. A-Line Kurtis

These are one of the most commonly known types of Kurtis and are available in short, long and knee lengths. They have flares from the waist, thus giving it an A shape.

You can choose the bottom according to the length of the kurta, for example, go for simple leggings if you are wearing a long A-Line kurta or dhoti pants if wearing a short one.

Women with a pear-shaped, hourglass or rectangle body shapes are suggested to try this out.

They have flares from the waist, thus giving it an A shape.

You can choose the bottom according to the length of the kurta, for example, go for simple leggings if you are wearing a long A-Line kurta or dhoti pants if wearing a short one.

Women with a pear-shaped, hourglass or rectangle body shapes are suggested to try this out.

2. Anarkali kurtas

Anarkali kurti

One of my personal favourite and the most elegant kurtas of all time. You can wear them at wedding receptions, office, college and most probably everywhere.

They will make you look classy and comfortable at the same time.

I will suggest wearing them with ankle-length skinny jeans for a casual college look, with palazzo for office wear and with leggings for parties.

You can also pair it up with traditional sleeveless jackets, especially if the kurta is quarter sleeved.

And a pair of jhumkas along with sandals or flats to complete your look.
You can wear them at wedding receptions, office, college and most probably everywhere.

3. Flared kurtas

They are utterly gorgeous and most trending kurtas of these days. Flared anarkalis will definitely set the fire on stage if paired perfectly with chandbalis(oxidised), a pair of bangles and a sling bag.

A tall woman should really prefer flared kurtas which have a triangle, hourglass, apple or pear-shaped body.

They are the best choice for wedding seasons if you don’t want to go with saree or lehenga.

Flared anarkalis will definitely set the fire on stage if paired perfectly with chandbalis(oxidised), a pair of bangles and a sling bag.

You can put on Kolhapuris or even wedges to go with your outfit.

4. Long straight kurtas

It gives you the perfect professional look and makes you look a little bit taller. Though long straight Kurtis is available in all kinds of sleeves, they look best with full sleeves.

You can also wear them in office parties and flaunt your new collections of kurtas along with few oxidised bangles, small jhumkas and heels.

You can also wear scarves to look a little bit funky at the same time.

Women with the pear-shaped body should avoid this kind of kurta.
Though long straight Kurtis is available in all kinds of sleeves, they look best with full sleeves.

5. Colour block kurtas

A combination of contrasting colours for those who love to try something new and want to make a bold statement. You can always experiment with the colours and pick one that will set you off the crowd and also make your own unique style statement.

You can wear them to parties, casual wear and also on a dinner date.

Avoid wearing them for some official work and also at weddings.

Women with a triangle-shaped body should avoid this type.

You can always experiment with the colours and pick one that will set you off the crowd and also make your own unique style statement.

6. Shirt style kurtas

These are a must-have, and you should definitely make space for it in your wardrobe. It make you look smart and is a perfect blend of ethnic and modern styles.

You can wear them to interviews, casual meetings and outings.

You can also wrap a thin belt around your Kurti if it’s a solid one to enhance your look.

Pair it up with moccasins or peep-toes and a sling bag to go with it.

You can also try tote bags.

Women with the apple-shaped body should avoid these types of Kurtis.
They make you look smart and is a perfect blend of ethnic and modern styles.

7. High-low kurtas

The front hem of these kurtas is comparatively shorter than the back hem. They give you a funky look and goes with jeans, leggings and shorts.

According to me pair it up with shorts, hoop or dangle earrings and boots for a night out and for a day time look pair it up with leggings, jeans or even palazzo along with casual shoes or bellies.

Women with petite body shape should avoid these types of Kurtis.
They give you a funky look and goes with jeans, leggings and shorts.

8. Kaftan style kurta

They give a touch of royalty to your look with those full drop sleeves. Earrings are must if you are wearing this type of kurtas which will trigger your look even more.

These are one of the best types of Kurtis for pregnant women and also goes with almost every body shape.
Earrings are must if you are wearing this type of kurtas which will trigger your look even more.

9. Slit kurtas

These absolutely love at first sight and can make you look like a complete diva. They either have front slits or side slits.

I personally prefer front slit kurtas with a pair of ripped jeans and ankle-length boots.

You can also pair it up with palazzos and skirts.

Earrings are optional.
They either have front slits or side slits.

10. Frock style kurtas

Wearing these kurtas have many benefits. You can always go for a floral print with solid leggings for a casual day look, or you can pair it up with stockings and a denim jacket for a night look.

So, you can get both western and Indian look with these kurtas.

Women with pear or triangle shaped body should avoid this type of kurtas.
You can always go for a floral print with solid leggings for a casual day look, or you can pair it up with stockings and a denim jacket for a night look.

So, you can get both western and Indian look with these kurtas.

Apart from this, you can also try denim kurtas, asymmetric kurtas, Cape-style kurtas, double-layered kurtas and asymmetric kurtas. They are available in every kind of fabrics so pick one in which you are most comfortable and get the best look.

They are available in every kind of fabrics so pick one in which you are most comfortable and get the best look.

-Written by Annasha (Intern at BoldBlush)

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12 thoughts on “10 Types Of Kurtis​ You Should Have In Your Wardrobe

  1. As I explore on the Internet for the best collection of kurtis and I finally found this website. They have a really good collection of daily office wear kurtis, I recommend other users as well please go and try these kurtis.

  2. Fantastic list and i have got so many little tips from looking at them to use on my own site…Thank you so much for this!

  3. Amazing collection..designs are really wonderful.Your blog was not only informative but also to the point.
    Thank you so much for sharing this informative post with us this is very helpfull the diffrent ethnic outfits.

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