One thing an Indian woman is truly fond of has to be a kurti. The trend has its root from the past and it follows fashion year after year. This peculiar wardrobe staple is getting sleeker and smarter with each season passing. If you are a fashion aficionado who loves to experiment with all sorts of Indian Kurtis on the radar, here’s a treat for your style to up your desi game. Not just restricted to wearing them with leggings anymore, see the trend unwrap oodles of style ideas.
Sounds basic but isn’t because this in western combination is what most women fret over. From lighter shades to dark grey number, kurtas can be teamed with distressed jeans for sure. For once, this might get your mother’s cringe-o-meter on, but then your girlfriends are about to acknowledge your so-called new fashion exploration. Get the style formulation right by adding tassel earrings, a clutch to go and nude pumps.
Another unheard fashion combination comes with wearing your kurtas with shorts. They are the best proposal for the summer months with breezy kurtas along. Pick out a slit number and team it up with a broad choker necklace and lace-up heels. At first, you might question this style blend, but as you plunge into it you will know how versatile and uber cool it appears. Set yourself apart from the rest and lean on this powerful combination.
Trainers and a head bandana
We all love to look all spiffed up when there’s sangeet or a mehndi function. If your aim is to come out as a surprise package for this occasion, do it with your outfit I say. Take your style quotient to new heights by choosing a long kurta. Now, tie your hair up and sum the hairstyle with a bandana. Devoid yourself from heels and try out trainers with this traditional grace. We swear a double dekko here!
Swap out the leggings and jeggings you own right away for these tulip pants that have entered the ethnic zone. Their style is a perfect blend of Indian as well western aesthetics. Synonymous with glamour and elegance, these pants can do wonders as you dive in their versatility. Wear these pants with a white asymmetric kurta. Sum up your look with a jhumkas, silver bangles and strappy heels.
Gone are the days when dhoti pants were found only in a guy’s wardrobe. Steer clear of the whole bottom concept and make dhoti pants your go-to when you are experiencing some style fatigue. Dhoti pants are having a moment right now. Wear them like the fashionista you are meant to be by opting for a basic kurta. Choose dramatic earrings to go with this combination. Kolhapuri flats will be your best bet for footwear.
We all love to adorn jewellery pieces with a kurta. There are certain pieces from the bauble box that can look the usual. If you wish to break the normcore vivacious circle, opt for a long neckpiece. To make this trend speak for itself, get a darker hue kurta to go with your jeans instead of subtle hues. This sets no boundaries and lets you showcase your feminine beauty. Try it out!
Palazzo pants have worked day in and day out to lend comfort, no matter the trend that’s chosen along. Fantastic and very much flawless, palazzo pants let you escape from all the cribbing you do when your jeans get too much on the nerves. Their free, flowy silhouette can even make your kurtas look superlative. Team a printed kurta with block heel sandals. Keep your makeup bright and show off your indo-western fusion out loud.
A long jacket
Let your personal style give out maximum effect and impact as you choose long printed jackets for your kurtas. They are a genius move to make others envy your style. Besides that, this find also banishes the boring for sure. Wear it over a thread work kurta and flared pants. Team this style revolution with stilettos and small stud earrings.
Juttis or mojaris
Who says wearing ethnic flats can complete your traditional look? No, in such cases, you must experiment with mojaris or juttis. With thread work embroidery on them, these shoe style can step up your whole outfit. The next time when you have a Mehendi function to attend or your friend’s engagement is due, get a serenity blue kurta stitched and wear it with juttis. Add basic jhumkas to encapsulate your overall look.