Why Kurtis Will Always Be Fashionable

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A kurti looks lovely if worn with Silver or chunky Gold jewellery. Long tear drop earrings or heavy silver bracelets add the extra charm to a Kurta and make it look elegant and refined.

You don’t have to be in love with ethnic wear to know that Kurtis will never go out of fashion. Not only are they a necessity in every woman’s wardrobe,Guest Posting but they’re also absolute life-savers when you’ve nothing to wear. So before you think that your kurti is no longer going to be wear-able without fashionistas crinkling their nose at your choice of clothing, we’re here to give you all the reasons why you can never go wrong with a kurti.

  1. They Come In All Shapes And Sizes

Kurtis don’t discriminate. There’s a kurti in every shape and size and for women of every shape and size as well. And an ethnic babe always has one of every size in her closet. Do you?

  1. They’re Versatile

While we’re on the topic of shapes and sizes, might we mention how much we love kurtis for how versatile they are? There’s a kurti for every occasion. You’ve a wedding to attend? Pull out the anarkali. You’ve exhausted all your blazers and need something to wear at work? Pull out the stiletto kurti. You’ve got nothing to wear and you need to go out to meet a friend? Grab your short kurti and wear it over a pair of jeans.

  1. They Are Compatible With Everything

Kurtis can be worn with jeans, with palazzo’s, with culottes, with patialas, leggings, salwaars. There really isn’t anything you can’t marry your kurti with. You could even experiment with jeggings and leggings when you’ve got nothing else to wear. If the Kurti is long enough, you could even ditch the bottoms and wear it like a dress. How convenient!

  1. You Can’t Put An Age To Them

Kurtis don’t dictate who gets to wear them. They fit into any age group’s wardrobe. Infact, kurtis are no longer something kids wear only to temples and religious prayers at home- they’re quite chic and in and they certainly look very cute. They’re also much more convenient to work with than the more elaborate forms of ethnic wear, especially when it comes to fancier occasions. You can look just as glamorous in a kurti that flatters your figure, as you would in a lehenga or a saree.

  1. They’re Open To Experimenting

Kurtis easily embrace different patterns, cuts and choice of embroidery as well. They’re sleeves, sleeveless, cap sleeves and netted options and you can always opt for the more solid shades and experiment with your dupatta as well. A single kurta can be worn in so many different ways. If you have an old kurta, you can give it a new twist by cutting off the sleeves, slitting the middle to make it a petal kurta, or experimenting with the embroidery on it.

  1. They’re Easy On The Pocket

No matter how fancy your kurti is, it’s never going to make you feel like it’s not worth it, simply because other options would inevitably be so much more expensive. We think every Kurti deserves to be owned, simply because they’re worth every rupee and they simply don’t disappoint.



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