Monday, January 2, 2017

What are the different styles of kurtis available for women in India?

As far as style and fashion go, women in India are not to be left behind. Fashion in India can be primarily divided into two major groups – Indian and western. For women who are more inclined to wearing Indian dresses, kurtis are an automatic pick. It is estimated that almost 29 different types of kurtis are worn by women of various age groups in this country.

Tail Cut Kurti

You can wear a tail cut kurti featuring a layered pattern at occasions such as parties and functions. It is short either on the front or on the back. The longer side normally looks like a tail and this is why this kurti is known as such. As far as young Indian women are concerned this has got to be a best option in the western wear category. If you want a really-glamourous look you can wear the kurti without any bottom piece. Apart from parties you can also wear this to dates, to the college, as casual wear and even on festive occasions. You should definitely not wear it at formal dos.

You can wear this kurti if you are tall and have an hourglass-like figure. However, even if you are rectangular in shape or are built like a pear you can still give these a try. It is a short kurti that should not be worn below knee length. If your body shape is like an inverted A, or like that of an apple you should ideally give this a miss. 

You can pair it with any of the following:
  •     Leggings
  •     Jeggings and Treggings
  •     Bottomless
  •     Stockings
  •     Jeans
  •     Ethnic Jackets

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Following are the accessories that can be worn with it:
  •     Stoles
  •     Jhumkis
  •     Dangle Earrings
  •     Stud Earrings
  •     Cuff Bracelets
  •     Bags  such as Clutch and Sling Bags

You can team the following footwear with such kurtis:
  •     Sandals
  •     Ankle Strap Heels
  •     Peeptoes
  •     Chappals
  •     Wedges
  •     Pumps
  •     Juttis

It is normally available in the following materials:
  •     Cotton
  •     Polyester
  •     Rayon
  •     Georgette
  •     Crepe
  •     Poly Georgette

A-Line Kurti

Youngsters normally prefer these very much. It can go down to your ankle or calf depending on how tall you are. It also flares from waist down thus creating a panel that looks like an A. These days you will find plenty of such kurtis in the market in various colours, embroidery designs, shades, and patterns. You can also wear it to various occasions such as the tail cut kurtis.

Such kurtis can normally be worn by women and girls who have a pear-shaped body or a rectangular shape, apart from women with an hourglass shape. Women who have wide shoulders, or are shaped like an inverted triangle or apple should avoid such kurtis. It is available in all kinds of fabric. 

You can pair it with the following:
  •     Leggings
  •     Churidar
  •     Jeggings
  •     Jeans
  •     Patiala
  •     Matching or contrasting Capri
  •     Tights
  •     Dhoti Pants

You can wear the following accessories with this one:
  •     Stud Earrings
  •     Jhumkis
  •     Dangle Earrings
  •     Chain Pendants
  •     Wooden Bangles
  •     Delicate Bracelets
  •     Leather Strap Watch
  •     Bags  such as Clutch, Sling Bags, Hand Bags, etc.

The following footwear can be worn with it:
  •          Sandals
  •          Bellies
  •          Pumps
  •          Kolhapuris
  •          Mojri

Following are some other kinds of kurtis found in India:
  •          Trail cut kurti
  •          Princess cut kurti
  •          Anarkali kurti
  •          Asymmetric kurti
  •          Angrakha kurti
  •          C-cut kurti
  •          Dhoti style kurti
  •          Tulip kurti
  •          Flared kurti
  •          Overlay kurti
  •          Indo-western style kurti
  •          Double layered kurti
  •          Floor length/gown style kurti
  •          Reversible kurti
  •          Long straight kurti
  •          Pintuck kurti
  •          Pakistani kurti
  •          Slit kurti
  •          Colour-block kurti
  •          Denim kurti
  •          Printed kurti                                             
  •          Kurti with jacket
  •          Shirt kurti
  •          Kaftan style kurti
  •          High-low kurti
  •          Empire waist kurti
  •      Tiered kurti

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