Kurtis have evolved over the centuries There are a wide variety of kurtis than can be dressed for different occasions. Kurtis come in many shapes colors, designs and materials. If you are tired of wearing the same kurti, you can switch it up by using other accessories to style and brighten it up. Kurtis is a current fashion trend that you would not want to miss on. You can style them up for elegance, culture and sophistication
Here’s different ways you can style different kurtis for various occasions.
Pairing your normal kurtis with leggings and stockings
This is a normal fashion trend in India. You can match the color of your kurti with your leggings to style things up. You can pair a perfect pair of kurtis, long or short, with a good pair of leggings to make a good outfit. Adding some sneakers and you are ready to enjoy a day out wth your friends.
Leggings are simple to manage, they are stylish, simple to wash and comfortable to wear. Pairing a midi-kurti with some leggings and short boots will give you a sophisticated look than you can wear to social gatherings, or for normal errands
If you own some leggings you definitely know about jeggings
They are heavier than leggings but lighter than jeans. Jeggings are a combination of jeans and leggings. They have the strength of jeans and the elasticity of leggings. Jeggings have different types of designs and come in an array of colors. You can make your ethnic wear look fun by using a pair of jeggings. Jeggings are very comfortable and easy to style. You can pair jeggings with a short hip-sized kurtis to create a more westernised casual look.
Palazzo pants are normal pants but with flared legs. They have been in trend for the past few years and it looks like they are not going away soon. Palazzo pants can be stylish, cool, formal and informal according to the way you choose to dress them. If you are bored of the normal pencil and cigarette pants trend, you can spice things up with the palazzo pants. Palazzo pants are inspired by sharara. Sharara is a Pakistani trend of wide legged pants worn with waist- sized kurtis in the 80’s.
Palazzo pants can be dressed with crop tops, kurtis, and bohos to give different desired styles. You can wear palazzos pants with chiffon kurtis that have a flare at the bottom to create a more official look. You can pair a palazzo with heels and a flaring kurti design from Stylecaret to make a classy outfit that can be won for dates and social gatherings with your friends
Culottes with a kurti
A culotte is a mid-length flared shorts, trousers or skirt .unlike the palazzo pants, the culottes trousers are above-the-ankle length and have one large defined flare. You can pair a kurtis with culottes short, or skirt and a pair of sandals to create some stylish street wear.
This is a good combination during the summer because it’s free and light and keeps you cool and breezy during the hot weather
A kurti-culottes combination provides an ideal style and comfort for everyday activity. You can wear this look to a casual meet-up, running to the supermarkets or even just resting at home
Ever paired your kurtis with some jeans?
Jeans are another western fashion trend that has been adopted in almost the whole of the world. Demine is stylish and gives a laid back look. They can be worn with palazzos to create a stylish Indian- western mix. If you are bold, you can match a pair of ripped jeans with a kurti. Mom jeans are a western 90’s trend that is coming back into fashion. They are trendy and stylish. Mom jeans paired with a kurti gives more of a relaxed but trendy look.
Skirts with kurtis
Skirts come in endless designs and styles. You can wear a skirt-kurti pair according to the designs of the skirt. You can pair a lehenga with a long, bright, chiffon kurti and some fancy sandals for a wedding or a religious ceremony. Make sure the lehenga is straight to give it that elegant yet ceremonial look. You can pair a long dark kurti with a long bright colored skirt to sand our in a crowd. Another example is paring an Indian Ghaghara Skirt with a circle kurti to make a bubbly look. If you are going for an ethnic look, match a zigzag kurti with a long flaring skirt.
Wear your kurti bear
You can show your boldness and sophistication by wearing your kurti bare. However, you should be sensitive to the height of the kurti, you don’t want to wear something that is too short and shows disrespect to Indian culture and tradition.
You can pair your kurti with different shoes and accessories to make different looks for different occasions. Long boots are a western fashion trend but can be paired with a knee-length kurti to create a winter outfit. You can also pair a floral flared kurti with open sandals for a more summer look. You can style the top of your bare kurti to give more of a mixed trend. Switch up your boots and kurti by adding a leather or denim jacket to give more of a street vibe. Style your free kurti with a belt and some heels for a modern sophisticated look.
Straight kurtis paired with capes and ponchos
Ponchos and capes are one of the biggest trends in India today. The can be combined in almost any ethnic Indian wear. You can style your saree or lehenga ensemble with a see through embroidered poncho to give off a sophisticated look in festivals and ceremonies.
Mixing your kurti fashion up will create different relaxed, outgoing and casual styles. Add some style in your wardrobe by mixing it up. Don’t be sacred of modern and sophisticated trends. You can mix a little western culture in your ethnic wear to create a dearing street style.