Kurtis being the most comfortable outfit is preferably the first choice of all our desi girls. Whether it’s a formal office wear, a night out with friends or a day outing, kurtis can be worn anytime with easy, but why settle for just comfort when you can get style with it too.
Below are top 9 ways you can style your regular kurtis for giving them a complete twist making them look like a runway piece.
High low situation-
Flared palazzo with high-low cut kurta is a trendy option to wear with the voluminous flair visible looking like beautiful ethnic attire. It can be worn on during family gatherings or pre-wedding ceremonies.
High low situation
The long elegant pastel pink kurti with a little glimpse of palazzo looks very ethereal. The embroidered duapatta is an additional element which can be changed as per the occasional requirement while the Pakistani ethnic style plays it game on point.
Wrap it right-
This design explores another amazing possibility that ca be done with kurti. A semi kimono sleeves with wrapped shirt pattern and belt is sure to make you look ‘Zara hatke’ from the regular kurti salwar crowd.
Wrap it right-
Printed partners-
The kurti and palazzo can be both be opted in synchronizing printed patterns that looks super fresh and stylish. It is definitely a trend setter that will make you look like a playful soul.
Printed partners
Elle in Bell pants-
The little twist in the silhouette of basic palazzo created an exceptional design that is totally a treat to the eyes. The white bell shaped pants with sophisticated kurti is all set to give a fresh air with its vibe.
Elle in Bell pants
Pastel contrast-
You need not to try bold colors to make contrast visible, as this pastel solid colored ensemble looks uber-chic and explains the power of subtlety.
Pastel contrast
Anarkali suit-
The flowy pattern in the palazzo and anarkali both looks super elegant and speaks of regal luxury. The color embroidery enhances the richness and makes it covet worthy.
Anarkali suit
Colors and layering-
This vibrant sun yellow kurta with pink net lehriya jacket and palazzos wouldn’t even come to your mind till you saw it here. The mixture of colors and textures is simply outstanding that will make you look a fashionista.
Colors and layering
The Mughal style-
The royal and quintessential nawabi style with sharara, embroidered kurta and stylish dupatta doesn’t even need any justification, as it has been a status symbol ever since and is still adored by everyone.
Mughal style