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16 Trendy Kurta Desings For Women

Whether you are an office goer or a college student, or you want to attend a simple family function or the festive season as it is on the way wearing kurta or Kurtis has acquired not just traditional look but has also become the mark of slaying your attitude with style and considering any Indian woman's wardrobe not having kurta is not worth at all.

To have festive and traditional vibes wearing kurta is a must to make these vibes even more energetic and add vibrancy to your elegance. "comfort" the word we associate with this ethnic look. These kurtas make you show off the real Indian lady from its gorgeous looks. You can flaunt your curves and beauty by draping these kurtas and make any occasion a perfect one.

These designs will not let you shift your focus anywhere else and don’t let you blink your eyes for a moment. So, let’s add spice to your look. 


Know the occasion

    First and the foremost thing before selecting any kurta to wear is to know the occasion for which you are going. If you are going to office or college, then keep it simple. It will add confidence to your look. If you are going to attend any simple traditional party or something like that, then try to opt for something party looks.

    Here are some kurta designs that will help you to dress accordingly.


    Types of Kurta



    1. Printed Kurtis

      From a long way till now, there's no end to these printed Kurtis. From basic prints to block prints, from barley prints to any other prints, there is a wide range of variety in these printed Kurtis. You can choose any printed kurta and pair them up with pant, palazzo or legging. It will go with almost anything. You can wear it at any party, office or college by pairing it with Jaipuri Jooti or chappals. It will add grace to your look. But don’t wear anything printed bottoms. It will look too overdressed and curb the look of your kurta. 


      2. Side Slit Kurta

        Side slit kurtas are very common among the ladies of all age groups. They can be paired with salwar, churidar leggings, and plain dupatta to give it a glam look paired with belly or any ethnic footwear will give it a more ethnic but cozy look. You can wear them formally as well. 



        3. Tunic Tops


          They touch slight inclination with a traditional and contemporary look. They can be worn easily, giving your curves a more beautiful outline. You can pair them up with any ankle-length pants or leggings, but avoid wearing short tunics with long leggings or palazzo. 


          4. Floral Kurta


            Having feels of summer is incomplete without floral prints. So floral prints kurtas are best when paired with plain palazzo, leggings, ankle-length pants, and plain dupatta. Adding anything floral to bottom will kill its vibrancy, so, try keeping it simple by pairing with ethnic footwear. It suits best for almost all types of events.


            5. Plain Kurtas

              “simple living and high thinking", the familiar words we encounter daily. So. Wearing plain kurta is somewhat related to this. Draping a plain kurta with Patiala salwar or churidar legging paired with Punjabi Jooti and phulkari dupatta will add a glamorous look to your simple kurta. it is suited best for festivals, office going and kitty parties as well.


              6. Overlays Kurta


                Overlays are multilayered that are usually embroidered and cover the inner transparent material. They go best with plain ankle-length leggings, culottes or pants, generally, for office wear or casuals. 


                7. Anarkali Kurta


                  They have taken a huge platform from daily wear to parties. Plus they are available in many designs giving the outfit more a designer look. They go best with leggings and high heels giving you a more party-ready look. 


                  8. Dhoti Style Kurta

                    They are a combination of high low or asymmetric cut with cowl cut down. They are in fashion right now and will give you a more stylish but comfortable look. Dhoti style kurta goes best with dhoti and leggings giving you a different party look.


                    9. Short Kurta

                      Short kurtas have acquired a place with tops and tank tops. It goes best with denim jeans or pants paired with any footwear giving a versatile look. You can wear this to your office place or college. It will add grace to your simple look. 


                      10. Two in One Kurta

                        Think about buying one and wearing two Kurtis. A dream come true to many. Thus, adding value to your money, it goes best with jeans, pants, and palazzo to give your daily look a stylish one.



                        1. Try to select according to your body type. 

                        2. Keep it simple. Don’t overdress it.

                        3. Know the occasion 

                        4. Have a variety of Kurtis in your wardrobe.

                        5. Go for much cooler yet comfortable ones.

                        6. Slay your attitude with what you wear.



                        You might have tried most of these, but I am sure there is still a big list waiting, So roll up your sleeves and try something new, add them up to your collections of Kurtis.

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