“Yaar, there’s nothing to wear” is a mantra that you chant every morning when you open your closet. You buy a bunch of clothes and then leave them to sit idle in the back of the wardrobe, and then be like “ Ye bhi tha mere pas?” One way to solve that is by buying clothes that can be worn in not just one but in har type ke occasion. And do you know one of the most versatile clothing items? The ever-popular and loved kurtis. With pandemic restrictions almost gayab and gone for good (hopefully). Workplaces are going offline and calling out to employees to work on-site. And you want to walk in style (and comfort).
This classic design is crafted to be casual. It can be worn in so many styles that chance hi nahi hai ki you’ll ever run out of outfits. They can be paired with leggings, churidar, jeggings, salwar and jeans. They’re comfortable to wear and an awesome choice for the summer heat. You can also style them up or down with accessories based on where you’re wearing them. Style It As: Block printed kurtis in subtle colours like pink and white, paired with palazzos or white leggings.
Does it get more desi? Nooo! Anarkali style has ‘timeless’ written all over it. And the best thing is you can just transform your anarkali by pairing it with different assortments and create looks for so many events. Office meeting? After-work parties? All using just one piece and styling it with various jewellery and bottoms. With new designs popping up every day, you’ll find a fine balance of traditional and modern feel. Style It As: Long anarkali kurti with matching set of palazzos in pastel colours like mint green and lavender.
Ekdam trendy or fresh! This style of kurti has recently flared up interest among young women. One of the reasons could be because of its loose and modern fit. It looks like you’ve put in the effort to dress up but at the same time looks effortless. So pick up a few tail cut kurtis in your next shopping spree and amp up your workwear! Style It As: Block or floral printed kurti is best styled with leggings of the same or complementary colour, or plain blue jeans.
Did you know that angrakha means tunic in Hindi? A modern twist on shahi tunic worn by royal musicians in olden times. Think of it as anarkali’s trendy behen. In this kurti, what happens is, that either two similar or contrasting flaps are tied on the side with the help of straps. This style is also a hit among the B-wood celebs due to its feminine and elegant look. Style It As: Choose a simple printed short angrakha kurti and pair it with jeans to get a modern office look.
This style is outfits ka khazana. There are a sea of options for to venture into and try in this mix design. You only get lajawaab results mixing two beautiful styles together. This type of kurti is perfect for summers because you can opt from literally hundreds of options to pick the best fit. This also allows you to explore numerous footwear because no matter what you choose, it’s gonna look great. You can also pick up a simple and functional side bag to enhance the whole look. Style It As: A short printed or plain cotton kurti paired with a jacket and soft leggings or jeans.