#fGSTYLE: Different Ways to Dress A Kurti, A Little Style Influence From The East

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A kurti is a comfortable, versatile and elegant design that can be worn by females of all ages from the middle-aged women to the young girls. Kurtis comes in different styles to suit different body sizes. Every occasion has its own kurti design. You can try pairing your kurti with different trendy pieces to give you a variety of stylish and chic looks.

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Here are different ways you can style a kurti.




Kurti and salwar

A salwar has a lot of volumes but it’s very comfortable to wear. In case you want to go out to a semi-casual occasion, you can wear a contrasting combination of the kurti and salwar to bring out the best effect.

Kurti and jeans
The best clothing to wear with a kurti is jeans. They give you that stylish and comfortable feel while accentuating your silhouette. Jeans are everyday clothing that you can wear with any type of top. You can pair skinny jeans with a loose kurti for any casual occasion.

 

 

Kurti with dhoti pants

Dhoti pants are related to the salwars. When you pair the dhoti pants with the kurti you get a chic cool look. This outfit combination is suitable for a mehendi or sangeet function.

Kurti with pallazo pants

Pallazo pants have become popular fashion which is now being featured in prestigious fashion magazines and runways. At stylecaret, you can choose from the different types of kurti’s available. A short kurti can be paired with a pair of pallazo pants for a snug and stylish look that can be worn to a formal office party.

Kurti with skinny leggings

Such an outfit combination is meant to give you a slimmer look. To attain that glamorous look, you can wear a plain skin fit leggings with a printed kurti. This is a simple look yet chic that can be worn to a party or any informal setting.

Kurti with sharara

Though sharara are more contemporary in their functionality, they will give you a super chic look when paired with a kurti. A bright colored sharara with a kurti is a very attractive outfit.

Kurti with straight fitting pants

Straight fit silk pants are stunning. They will make you look sophisticated with a little bit of swag when paired with high heels. If you still want to retain the Indian style, this outfit will be the best to pull it off.

Kurti with a skirt

This outfit allows you to experiment on the various combinations that will suit different occasions. The differently styled skirts, when paired with a kurti, will have varied looks that will stand out from the crowd on any occasion. Pair a skirt full of flares with a kurti for a simple but elegant style that is suitable for a wedding and reception.

High-low kurti with leggings

High-low kurtis have no definition but have a straight hemline. Pair the high-low kurti with a full, ankle-length or printed leggings for an informal occasion. This kurti is suitable for all body types and can be worn by middle-aged to young women.

Tail cut kurti with leggings

Tail cut kurtis are the same with asymmetrical kurtis the only difference is they have a longer back to give you a trendy look. When paired with full-length jeggings or leggings, this outfit can be worn to special occasions or parties. Women who are tall, petite, have an hourglass, pear or triangular body shape can suit this outfit.

Front slit kurti with pallazo pants

Your regular printed kurtis give a little twist to your outfit to make a whole lot of difference. The front slit kurti is paired with pallazo pants for that laidback slick look. This outfit can be worn to the office, party or normal daywear.

Straight cut pintuck kurti with straight cut pants or pallazos

A pintuck kurti has an elegant design that makes the outfit sophisticated and charming. It can be made from cotton, chanderi or handloom fabric. There are many variations that you can choose from. When paired with pallazos or straight cut pants, the outfit can be worn to the office or as daily wear.

Shirt style kurti with jeans

This kind of kurti is traditional yet contemporary. It’s popular and can be found everywhere since it’s comfortable and stylish. You can easily style it with leggings, jeggings or jeans. It’s suitable for all body types from the middle-aged woman to the young one.

 

 

White kurti with boho love

If you are a bohemian fashion lover, this funky outfit will do you justice. Pair the white kurti with a bold printed floor-length skirt with some antic tribal coin jewellery to give you that chic bohemian style. The hairstyle and makeup have to be perfect to give you the desired appeal.

Denim kurti with culottes or ankle length leggings

This denim kurti can be worn as a dress or with leggings. This is a modern design of kurti that is cool and comfortable to wear to any informal setting by young women. Denim is a versatile fabric that has evolved with different fashion trends to create trendy and comfortable designs. Denim doesn’t require a lot of accessorizing to look elegant when paired with the right top.

 

 

Tunic style kurti with culottes or chinos

Tunic tops are more of a traditional design which has been modernized to go with the current fashion trends. They are easy to put on and sit effortlessly on your body giving you a beautiful outline. When paired with culottes or chinos, you can wear it to the office or parties.

Anarkali kurti with leggings

Anarkali are part of the ethnic traditional designs that have been designed to give you a modern style. You can dress an anarkali up or down depending on the fabric and embroidery. Anarkali can be paired with full or ankle length leggings for the office or party.

Conclusion

These kurti combinations are stylish and elegant to give you different looks for different occasions. With just a few kurti’s and several pants and leggings, you can pull off any look effortlessly and still remain stylish.



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