Kurtis & Kurtas for Women
Indian kurtis are versatile traditional attire which has transformed as everyday wear with time. Indian designer kurtis are nowadays flaunted by the ladies with jeans or with churidars and brings out best thing about them, which is their versatility to go along with anything, albeit its practical. But hey who can define fashion in all its glory, right?
What are the different styles of kurtis available at KALKI Fashion?
Are there any kurti’s for festive and party occasions?
Yes, there are designs and types available for parties and festivals. Dhoti, cowl, silk, satin, and georgette kurtis are a few of the appealing collections in rich colours for your festivals.
Does the length of kurtis affect their styling?
Extra length, short length, gathers, hemline, frills, and borders affects the styling of the kurtis. The long kurtis give an illusion of tall and slim look for short height women. Similarly tall women can go for knee-length kurtis or above knees style to look normal in height.
What bottoms do women’s kurtis look well with?
Usually, kurtis are worn with churidars or salwar but the trend of palazzos and parallel pants are here to stay. Trendy and edgy women also opt for designer lower like trousers, dhotis, cowl pants, divided skirts and shararas for that unique and offbeat vibe.
Which kurtis are best suited for daily wear?
How can I style my simple kurti?
Needless to say, a simple kurti can be styled with accessories like oxidized silver jewellery, junk neckpieces, bangles and more. Other fail-proof ways to style up your kurtis are by adding a stole, jacket, or dupatta. Light glossy make-up and bindi can also enhance the look of your traditional kurti.
What are the best quality of fabrics in Kurtis?
Quality of cotton, silk, georgette, and crepe kurtis are really good as regular and festive outfits. Colour, style, price, and material can also define the quality of the kurti you are planning to buy.