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Five Types Of Kurtis You Must Have

Kurtis are such adaptable and easy piece of garment that can do wonders to a boring or lazy day. There are so many different types of Kurta’s available from which you can pick it up! For example : Anarkali, a line kurti , Dhoti style etc.  My personal favorite are the a line kurti, because of the straight cut and also because it makes me look slimmer. There are a variety of designs based on your body type or preference in the category. The best thing about a line kurti is that I can pair it with a pair of jeans or random cotton pants and look dressed and still be my amazing self. Kurtas can be worn by any age group, isn’t that amazing? I prefer wearing a line kurti to my  college as its so comfortable yet so stylish. That is why, I decided to enlighten my readers with the different kinds of trendy kurtas/kurtis that are available in the market and the web world. 

  • A LINE KURTI

Ofcourse starting with the a line kurti as I said a lot of times that I lovee it! it’s the most popular style of designs among all age groups. The design of it makes the kurta look like a straight structure down the waist. The kurti/kurta can be paired with palazzos, any kind of pants, denim etc. This can make a perfect weekday look for days when you are too lazy to dress up but still want to show off your smart personality.

  • ANARKALI

They are a little more dressy and conservative designed kurtis/kurtas compared to other designs. I personally prefer Anarkali for a festive occasion where indian wear is necessary otherwise I stick to other designs. The design gives a Mughal touch and comes in every price bracket. Can be paired perfectly with churidars or pajamas but my personal favorite pairing is the churidar.

  • DHOTI STYLE KURTI

If you know me you know that anything “dhoti” is irresistible. From Dhoti pants to dhoti skirts, now we have dhoti kurtas. I love them because of the unique design and frankly speaking a dhoti kurta can look good on anyone unlike dhoti pants and a dhoti skirt. I have tried wearing a dhoti kurta as a dress with a pair of sneakers too. It’s so much fun styling it!

  • ANGRAKHA

Angrakhas are an artist’s favorite or I believe so because I have seen a lot of musicians wear this design very often. An adrogynous royal design that is wrapped around your body to take the shape of your curves that can also be worn as a shrug when you have “no clothes to wear”. 

  • STRAIGHT LINE KURTA

These are the quintessential kurta designs that you can find anywhere in the market or online. It’s typically worn with Pajamas because they mostly come with ethnic prints. Style it with oxidized earrings or necklace to give the entire outfit a grandeur look. 

There are many more designs in the market that can be experimented and asymmetric ones are also something that I love experimenting with. Well, did you know there was so much variety in just kurtas? What kind of kurtas/kurtis are your favorite and how would you like to style it?

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