The staple traditional wear of India, kurtas can never go out of style. Whether you want to go with a sanskari look or want to go to parties, a kurta is a solution for everything. Yes, you can wear a kurta to a party. Remember Anushka Sharma in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil? She wears a sturdy pair of boots with a long slit kurta in the movie and gave a lot of us kurta goals. Women, at least in India, will never stop wearing their beloved kurtas.
Ladies, we know that you know your fair share of details about kurta, having worn the garment throughout your life. But, here are a few things to keep in mind the next time you decide to step out of your abode adorning a kurta.
Comfort and Style
Who said you can’t look stylish and be comfortable at the same time? Comfort wear equals kurtas. A kurta doesn’t cling to your body like a t-shirt. A kurta has side slits so that your legs can roam about freely. And lastly, a kurta doesn’t make you hold your breath so that your stomach looks leaner. A kurta hides it all. It’s the most giving piece of garment and women whole-heartedly thank its creators.
Choosing A Kurta
Choosing a kurta depends on a lot of factors. What occasion do you need it for? What’s your body type? Which style best suits you? There are ample patterns to choose from. Most people go for a straight-fit as it’s easy to manage and gives a simpler look. An anarkali looks more flattering on a woman with a lean and tall frame. A fitted kurta will look becoming on a curvy body. A lengthy kurta gives a taller appearance to a person. To spruce up your look a bit, add tribal silver buttons at the front of your kurta. The chiming of the buttons adds to the ethnic feel of a kurta.
Fashion all around the world has had its influence on Indian kurtas. Culottes, tapered pants, pencil pants have taken kurtas from conventional to chic. The dynamic fashion industry throws up new designs of kurtas every day. In a bid to keep it fresh and new, one can mix the contemporary with the traditional. You can go for off shoulder and cold shoulder kurtas, kurtas with ruffled sleeves, or short kurtis for women. Add your own spark to your daily wear and stand out in the crowd with kurtas and summer dresses.
A white kurta is evergreen and is a must in a girl’s wardrobe. You can pair it up with any dupatta in your cupboard or without one, add a quirky pair of earrings and you’re good to go! An anarkali in your wardrobe is necessary for the kind of functions where you don’t know whether to dress up little or more. A bandej dupatta with mirror work can never go out of style, so keep one ready in your wardrobe. So, step out with confidence in kurtas.