New Ways to Wear a Kurti Tunic
Kurtis are a must-have in every girl’s wardrobe; they can smoothly go from a formal office look to a fun, and quirky brunch look to an elegant traditional look. It all depends upon the way you style it. You can see Bollywood actresses and stylists go gaga over styling a Kurti after all the versatility of the peace can make everyone’s creative juice flowing.
We present to you a few unique and experimental (fashion bloggers and fashion stylists approved) looks that will leave everyone thinking that you walk around every day with a personal stylist.
Seven unique ways to style/wear your Kurti:
Kurti with a high ankle palazzo pants.
Style your high slit cotton or linen (click here to find some beautiful options) Kurti with a straight fit palazzo pants and pair it up with wedges and see your fashion quotient rise at work.
White shirt and blue jeans (sounds so poetic)
Want to experiment a little? Wear a white coloured shirt inside a little deep V neck pastel embroidered short ladies Kurta and team it up with bell-bottom blue jeans. This experimental look if done right can give fashion bloggers run for their money.
Drape it up:
If being subtle is your thing, then you are going to love our suggestion. The art of draping is bestowed on us by our ancestors, let’s take that a notch higher and create our modern avatar.
Drape with a Saree:Yes now you can use that hot short kurta of yours as a blouse and drape up a Saree in an innovative way and complete the look with a pair of long earrings, and you are good to go.
Or you can pair your long kurta or Anarkali kurta with a one-side dupatta and put the look together with the help of a statement belt.
You can even wear a statement-making dupatta as a sash on a simple flared Kurti and turn into a stylish affair. You just have to fold the dupatta in half, match the ends and pin it up, and then you can wear it around your neck like a sash.
Is it a Kurti, is it a dress? Who can tell?
Can we first just gush over the fact how graceful and gorgeous Anarkalis look? A perfectly styled Anarkali can make up for a fabulous dress. Wear a simple single strap Anarkali and place it together with a statement-making belt, and you are ready for brunch out with your girlfriends or a casual party where you want to turn heads.
You can also pick a short flared embroidered Kurti with full sleeves and pair it up with shoes, and there you have it your pretty but fierce look, now enjoy that pool party or cocktails with your ladies.
Swirl and twirl in your favourite skirts:
You can pair a narrow, full-length Kurti with a cotton skirt and it can be a great look for casual outings or house warm-up parties or a family get together.
You can also go all traditional and wear Kurti with your Ghaghra or classic skirt for a wedding or a sangeet. Pair a simple Kurti with a heavily embroidered dupatta and a flared Ghaghra and a pair of traditional heels, and you are good to go.
You can also skip the dupatta if you are pairing a georgette or an embellished Kurti with your traditional skirt.
Go chick with a Short Kurta.
Out for a movie? Or just your casual coffee date? Couple up your short kurta with denim shorts and a pair of shoes and get ready to slay the day.
Experiment with what you wear it over.
While the leggings and jeans are the wardrobe staples for a Kurti, how about we go a little creative with our Plazaoos, Dhoti pants, Patiala pants, Jodhpuri, Bootcut pants, Wide leg pants and so many more options to choose from and make wearing Kurti a vogue affair.
There are literally 1000s of ways to style up our Kurtis and Tunics, and you can power up and down according to your moods. Tell us some of the unique ways you style up your Kurti.