Kurtis has added variety and class to the Indian wardrobe for ages. With numerous chic and elegant everyday options like long Kurtis, or the classic Ethnic Wear Kurtis, this particular apparel never ceases to amaze.
Instead of stressing over choosing that one right dress for any formal or casual affair, let’s take a glimpse of all the designer ethnic Kurti options your wardrobe essentially needs.
Long Kurtis is perhaps the longest-running style trend in the arena of Kurtis. Among all the other Kurtis for girls, this particular option is relatively easy to go with and has more than hundreds of varieties, fabric choices and designs. From floral boho long Kurtis to bandhgala Khaadi formals, there are as many options as you’d like to wear.
Desi Kurta Sets
Desi kurta sets are often the go-to dresses for all extravaganza Indian festivities. With options like Silk, Muslin, Benarasi and others, kurta sets are the safest choice for weddings, anniversaries or almost all the festivals like Eid, Diwali, Dussehra etc. Usually, the Kurtis in these sets is accompanied by beautiful dupattas and matching bottom wear.
Tunic Kurtis or Shirt-Dresses
Short Kurtis or quirky tunics are the latest additions in the semi-formal attire as well as vacation wear. The trend became so popular that shirt dresses or flared-collared Kurtis have become the best choice for all office workers as well as the young homemakers.
Angrakhas are classic designs of a side slit Kurtis whose neckline is secured using two beautiful tassels. Yes, the classic 90s angrakhas are today’s peculiar addition to the ethnic Kurti department. They come in all variants and can be paired with jeans, pants, and salwars based on the event you plan to attend.
A variant of the same old long Kurti, asymmetrical Kurtis are modern-day dresses for today’s women. There are several variants where the front and back length of the Kurti is uneven and provides a very unique look to your clothing. They can be worn over skirts or with cute scarfs as well.
Flared Umbrella Kurtis
These are the round attached Kurtis where there are no slits. The absence of slits gives this Kurti a round flared umbrella-like shape making it a formidable competitor to western dresses. Women of all age groups experiment with this umbrella Kurti to make a style statement of their own.
Side Slit Kurtis
Slits on both sides of the Kurtis can also provide you with a very own personalised Kurti variant. The side slit Kurtis hence are one of its kind because of this reason. The side slits extend till the waistline and give a sharp look when paired up with palazzos or flared Jodhpuri pyjamas.
Front Slits Kurtis
And if sensuality of a slit gown is your style, the front slit Kurtis are surely going to be your new favourite. The beautiful front slit goes till the navel and brings out the charms of a feminine body. Pair them up with cigarette pants or any bottom wear of your choice.
A-line Kurtis or straight Kurtis are the classic derivations of the kurta-pyjama sets. These Kurtis are both traditional as well as stylish in their own ways. This long Kurtis gives a gorgeous A-line flare from waist to ankles making it quite easy and comfy for you to shine.
Layered Kurtis comes in various designs. They have two separate layers of one being the basic Kurti while a flared extra shrug like the piece is worn over them giving the dress some gown-like weight.
All these Ethnic Wear Kurtis options are worth being a crucial part of your wardrobe. Personalise your style by adding some of them to your own everyday outfit ideas.