6 Designer Kurta Styles Your Wardrobe Needs Right Now!

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Kurti is a ubiquitous traditional Indian clothing worn by women. It is a type of tunic and is usually paired with salwar, leggings, or ethnic bottoms for women. Kurtis can be made of cotton, silk or synthetic fabrics. Kurtis for women come in various styles and lengths to suit different body types and preferences.

Women Kurtis are versatile garments and can be styled in different ways. They can also be worn as a dress or top over pants, lehenga skirts, sharara bottoms, or jeans. The versatility of these garments makes them perfect for any occasion. Whether it is a wedding ceremony, an Indian festival like Diwali or Eid, or just a casual day out in the city, Kurtis are perfect for women of all ages.

6 Designer Kurta Styles

Here are the top 6 trending Kurti styles you should know about!

1. Anarkali Kurtas

Anarkali kurtas are not new, but their elegant appeal makes them an all-time favourite among women of all ages. If you don’t like over-dressy lehengas and want a minimalist ethnic style without looking under-dressed, then Long Anarkali dresses and kurtas are meant for you! Think floor-length Anarkalis, embroidered Anarkali Kurtas, Halter neck Anarkali, Attached dupatta with Anarkali suit set,Anarkali set with ethnic jackets or belted Anarkali dresses. If you are looking for a beautiful eid dress online, look no further than Anarkalis (they are stunners!).

2. High-slit Kurtas

Take your fashion game up this festive and wedding season with high-slit fusion kurtis! High-slit Kurtis are an exciting twist to the traditional ethnic women’s kurtis. They can be paired or styled with palazzo pants, dhoti pants, ripped denim, statement skirts, leggings or embroidered cigarette pants. The chicest High-slit kurtis are- center-high slit kurtis, Asymmetric high-slit kurtas, front-side slit kurtis, and front-slit Anarkali kurtas.

3. Angrakha Kurtas

If you love retro styles as we do; then give Angrakha Kurtas a chance. They feature exciting cuts and offer a rich and elegant silhouette. House of Indya has a gorgeous collection of designer Angrakha kurtas online from Maxi angrakha kurtas, printed angrakha kurtas, churidarangrakha kurtas, velvet angrakha kurtas, fusion cut-out angrakha kurtas to belted angrakha kurtas, and many more refreshing designs.

4. Short Tunics/Kurti/Kurta

Short kurtisare very comfortable and chic. They are easy to style as they go well with almost all ethnic wear bottoms. But if you want a glam-worthy look for upcoming festivals, then pair your short kurti or kurta with a tiered gharara, sassy palazzo pants, or designer lehenga skirts. Some celebrity-inspired short kurti/kurta styles (you must check out!) are printed Kalidar short kurta, pleated short kurta, slit short kurta, chikankari short kurti, short kurta with bustier, belted short peplum kurta, and foil strappy short kurta. 

5. High Low kurta

High-low kurtas have shorter hemlines in the front and longer in the back. Depending on the design, prints, embroidery, and fabric of high-low kurtas, they can be styled for festive, official as well as casual events. Indya has a scintillating collection of high-low kurtas online, from embroidered kurtas, one-shoulder belted high-low kurtasand strappy high-low kurtas to cowl maxi kurtas.

7. A-line Kurta

A-line kurtas are best for accentuating the waist and pretty curves as they flow down the waist beautifully. The attached dupatta styles to designer A-line kurtas have been a rage this season because of their elegant and contemporary appeal. Some other top A-line kurta designs you should try are- pleated belted A-line kurta, tiered kurta, slit maxi kurta with cami top, slit A-line kurta, and strappy peplum maxi kurta.

Conclusion

Kurtis are timeless because they beat all other ethnic tops (even women’s blouses) and never go out of style! So, if you are gearing up for the coming festive and wedding season, stock up on these effortless kurtis. They are not only stunning but very comfortable too. Do let us know in the comments which styles you can’t wait to try!

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