Kurtis – Indian Casuals for women

Jan 12 08:27 2011 Nagma Chatterjee Print This Article

By contemporary fashion or clothing we mean anything that is modern and fuss-free. Indian contemporary wear has come a long way.

By contemporary fashion or clothing we mean anything that is modern and fuss-free. Indian contemporary wear has come a long way. There are casual short salwar kameez to tunic and kurtis to choose from. The sari has always earned the name of being dressy and traditional so we will keep that out of the contemporary styles that we will discuss here.

Both Kurtis and tunics pair well with versatile bottoms. They can be worn with churidars,Guest Posting jeans, harem pants, salwar or straight fitted linen trousers. Kurtis are the shorter version of kurtas and a little longer than t-shirts. They are an essential and important part of every woman's clothes collection. These kurtis are comfortable and can be worn for hours without feeling a hint of discomfort or less on style. It is an essential wear for the summer season too. Kurtis are popular with women of all ages, from college going teens to middle aged women, they all wear it. When kurtis are combined with jeans or pants, it gives an indo-western appeal. They can be teamed with open toed sandals or closed shoes, whichever is preferable.

There are different designs and prints available in the kurtis segment most of which are wearable and attractive. Most urban women wear kurtis and they can be found in different price range and in different markets. These kurtis have wide range of design and is manufactured in various kinds of fabrics. Kurtis made for the summer season are mostly in cotton, jute cotton, linen and other light material. For the winter time these kurtis are made in jute, khadi silk and other thick fabrics. The Lucknow chikan embroidered kurtis are much in trend this season and the subtle effect of the embroidery makes it look rich and appealing. Fabric painting on these kurtis are also a creative design element and can be done on cotton using creative motifs and patterns.

Designers are adding new touch and experimenting with these garments. You will see some of this creatively designed kurtis in Indian cinema. These kurtis add a touch of style and class when designed creatively. While you can get experimental with the style, you have to keep in mind your body type in choosing the right kurti for yourself. Kurtis can also be worn to formal occasions like engagement parties and wedding mornings. These kurtis are dressier and embellished with gold beads, shimmers, laces etc. One can pair these up with embroidered denim fitted trousers or tight fitting churidars.

Kurtis in style this season are those which are frock-styled or even gathered in the waist that are well fitted on the top till the chest and then flows freely from the waist down. People who are big built or broad should avoid this style and they tend to make the person look bigger. Slim people would look very good in this kind of style and cut. You should make your selection based on your favorite color and style and take care to see that it fits you well. Kurtis are versatile and can be worn for more occasions and if teamed with matching accessories can look more dressy and formal.

As a popular contemporary style of today, kurtis have come a long way making dressing up fun, comfortable and stylish. They come in various shapes and styles and in varied prices. Take your pick according to your pocket and style. Different designers also offer unique designs and there is a lot to choose from. If you have not tried wearing the kurti yet, buy one now and see how trendy and charming you can look.

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