Essential Women’s Kurtas To Elevate Your Fashion Quotient

Essential Women's Kurtas

Flattering women kurtas are a must-have wardrobe staple for outfits that are easy to style with a variety of bottoms such as leggings, sharara, wide-legged pants, flared trousers, or jeans. From sophisticated workwear to shimmering party looks, there are several types of kurtas that you can pick from to look fashionable at any event or occasion. You can also dress up kurtas for a seamless and cohesive look by picking a dupatta that matches the bottoms.

While women’s cotton kurtas we know and love are an easy-going ethnic wear option for daily use, there are many other styles and designs that are just as comfortable. If you too are enchanted by the elegance of kurtas and love traditional ethnic designs, scroll on to know the 10 essential styles that can elevate your fashion quotient at any event.

Chikankari: A traditional Indian textile, Chiknakari is the technique of creating intricate floral embroidery on fabric that can match the colour of the fabric or provide a contrast with colourful thread. A beige Chikankari women’s kurta is the perfect replacement for a solid white garment as it adds drama and makes the outfit look more luxurious. Some Chiknakari kurtas – such as the ones made from chiffon or crepe – are also very breathable, making them ideal for summer hangouts with friends and family functions.

Chanderi: Involving a fine fabric with zari work, Chanderi kurtas for women are a great option for the festive season. The fabric is often made of silk or a cotton blend and has a subtle shine, which makes it look ethereal and classy. You can wear it for any festive occasion for a flattering look as the fine fabric will flatter your curves.

Banarsi: While your favourite Banarasi silk saree is great for weddings, we’re fans of getting the same royal ethnic look with brocade kurtas for women for pre-wedding functions and cocktail parties. You can pick from a wide variety of traditional styles such as full sleeves and boat neck or contemporary styles such as mandarin and sweetheart necklines. If you love tiny details in clothing, opt for a kurta set as all the same embellishments and work will flow through the kurta, bottoms, and dupatta or shrug.

Khadi and Linen: Elevate your workwear collection with Khadi and Linen women kurtas that are sure you give you the ‘Clean Girl’ look. These kurtas are breathable and keep you cool during your daily commute, while making you look sophisticated and put together. Pair these with loafers, dainty earrings, and a pendant chain to add to the minimalist vibe.

Denim: If you love fusion wear and are on the hunt for casual outfits, look no further than denim kurtas that are sure to turn heads. From strappy necklines to A-line fit, you can find a variety of denim fabric kurtas for women that will look stylish and trendy. Pair these blue kurtas with white trousers and clear-strap heels for a classic look.

Knitted: Winter jackets and coats can sometimes cover up your beautiful outfits and we have the perfect solutions – women kurtas made of knitted wool, velvet, and dyed yarn. The full-sleeve styles will give you the ultimate coverage to stay warm and toasty while giving you a premium look. For additional warmth wear knitted kurtas with woollen trousers.

Mulmul: Mulmul, also known as muslin, is an Indian textile that has been around India for over 1000 years. The soft fabric is one of the best options to wear during summer as it is airy and has moisture-wicking properties to help you stay fresh. You can wear the fine weave mulmul kurtas with a faux leather tote, juttis (we love the ones with embellishments), and statement earrings.

Satin: For cocktail parties and special occasions like anniversaries, satin women kurtas will help you gracefully dress up with a subtle shine. While Anarkali satin kurtas will give you a traditional look, more fitted garments with shoulder straps will add a contemporary touch. Satin is also wrinkle-resistant and will give you a polished look even after long wear. The fabric is easy to dye and you can find several satin kurtas with vibrant trending floral prints.

Women’s kurtas are evergreen pieces that you can wear for years to come. They are ideal for party wear as they allow movement for dancing and other activities while embracing ethnic styles. Breathable and airy kurtas will become your go-to clothes during the summer, while thicker fabrics will keep you warm in colder months. You can style women kurtas with trousers and dupattas, or opt for denim jeans and jackets or floral print shrugs – the options are endless. If you’re opting for kurta sets, you can also mix and match the different pieces or wear them with staple solid kurtas.

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