Types of Kurti Styles to Suit your Body Type
We all love classics, and when it comes about wearing something traditional, kurtis comes as the most common choice among all age groups. However, wearing kurtis in the same cut can be boring sometimes if you don’t keep up with the kurti’s latest trends. Also, you can use these designs to transform your usual (straight) suits into designer ones. Check out 10 latest kurti designs for you to be a trendsetter!
Front Slit Kurti
Front slit is a forever trend that looks good on every body type. Moreover, you can pair this style of kurti with any bottom, skirts or pants; pallazos or dhotis. This style of kurti goes very well with dupattas and is very popular among celebrities.
Kurti with Round cut
A round cut is enough to transform your basic kurti into a designer one. Round cut kurtis, usually solids with tie neck or collared neck goes very well with flared bottoms like palazzo and skirt.
Kurti with scallops
Kurtis with scallops at the bottom is a new trend that is here to stay. Although a simple kind of style, scallops make a kurti look extremely stylish and elegant. Pair this kurti with cigarette pants or dhoti pants.
Add a fusion mix to your Indian suits with the flared style of kurti. This style of kurti is good if your suit has a plain or all over printed kurta (fabric). Embellish the flare (ghera) with lace or tassels for a designer look.
Kurti with side High slit
This style of kurti is best if you are a working woman, looking for stylish and comfortable kurtis. Pair it up with denims or trousers for a chic office look.
Kurti with Triangular cut
Geometrical cuts in kurtis are making their way back into trend, hence the triangular cuts. A triangular cut can make any kurti look designer. This kurti design pairs well with dhoti salwar or pants.
High low kurti
High low kurti with round cut is a modification of old high low trend. Apart from high low, you can also experiment with the asymmetrical cut in kurtis. This kind of kurtis work well with every bottom, flared or fitted.
Angarakha Style kurti
Angarakha style or neck, is an overlap type of kurti that suits every body type. Moreover, angrakha neck adds up a unique look to straight kurta. It can be paired up with straight plazos or pant.