Kurtis are not only comfortable but also stylish. They come in different colors, patterns, designs, styles. Like some traditional outfits, kurtis are not limited to a particular region. They can be worn women no matter where they are from. Not only that, they can be worn in any season. For summers cotton and lawn kurtis are preferred while for winters woolen kurtis are more common.
Pakistani kurta designs are available in many fabrics, designs, colors. They are also available in many varieties. Here are some different types of kurtis for women to choose from:
Tail Cut Kurti
Even though kurtis are of daily/casual wear outfit, there are some types of kurtis which can be worn as part wear outfits. Tail cut kurtis are one the party wear outfits but they aren’t the best option for a formal event. As the name says, these as shorter in the front and long at the back (like a tail). Generally they are styled with leggings or jeggings. Tail cut kurtis with cigarette pants are high on trend right now.
A-Line kurtis are very popular amongst young women. The name of this outfit says it all, these kurtis look like the alphabet ‘A’, fitted at the top and flared at the bottom part of the kurti. These kurtis are available in many colours, designs, patterns. One of the reasons why they so popular amongst young generation as they can be worn to any event, from casual to formal, from family gathering to a party.
Angarkha style kurtis are originated from Rajasthan. They are inspired by the courtroom musician’s outfit, where the front portion of the kurti is overlapping. Angarkha kurtis in anarkali style are high on trend right now! Depending on the fabric, embroidery, designs they can worn from casual to formal or to even weddings accordingly. They are worn with leggings, churidar, straight pants and palazzo. To style your angarkha kurtis you must accessorize with beautiful earrings, bangles, add a stole or dupatta to finish your look.
Flared kurtis are a classic style of kurti. They give women a chic and elegant look. They can be worn as formal wear and casual wear. As the name says the kurti has a flare which makes them swing both ways. The hemline is open like a skirt which adds a bounce to the dress. If styled properly, they look very attractive. They are paired with legging, churidar, ankle length jeans, cigarette pants to give it a retro look and you can also add a jacket to complete your look.
Kurtis are very easy to carry and style. They give women a flawless look. The best part about kurti is that it is not ages bound, anyone can wear it and it will make you look younger than your age.
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