Well, it’s almost been a month since my last post and I am now back after having some quality time with myself and of course, with new content 😀
While I was trying to figure out your interests on my Instagram, quite a few wanted to know the ways to style a kurti.I heard you and I am back with some good feasible ways of manipulating your kurti to look different every time you wear it 🙂
This time, I have chosen to style the kurtis in such a way that it works for any working woman, a college going student or for that matter, anyone who is obsessed about wearing kurtis but at the same time, is bored of wearing it, the usual way.
Also, I am skipping the usual ways of wearing kurtis with chudidhars or leggings because I know, you are already better at styling that way 🙂
Here we go :
1. Tuck that kurti into a skirt
This is the most easy way to make your kurti look different. Tuck that kurti into your skirt and make it look like a top. Spend your money on some neutral color skirts like beige, white and black. Voila!! you can pair those skirts with most of your kurtis 😀
2. Turn that kurti into a dress
Grab that kurti and wear it simply as a dress. Cinch it around the waist with a belt or a safety pin to make it look more structured 🙂
3. Pick calf-length trousers instead of mainstream leggings
These mid-rise calf length trousers are both comfortable and chic . I usually prefer linen cropped trousers to pair with my kurtas. You need to stock on the basic shades of off-white, black and beige so that most of the kurtis could be matched with those 🙂
4. Don’t forget those harem & dhoti pants
Yeah!! aren’t they too comfortable to wear all day long??!! Match those printed dhoti pants with a similar pattern kurti ( Print-on-Print, of course).
Few Styling Tips:
- If you choose high-neck kurtis, try not to use any neck-piece. It would just make it look clumsy
- Own a plain black kurti, it can be of great use (Basic colors are a mandate)
- If the entire outfit is single colored, add a pop of color with juttis or kolhapuris
- It’s always better to own a pair of neutral colored juttis and kolhapuris – works for most kurtis
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Kurtis : Sanghria (Jabong) |Cropped Trouser : W | Skirt : Global Desi | Kolhapuris : Bandra thrift store | Earrings : Colaba Causeway