Yes Kurtis! Every Indian girl has one or more of these ethnic tunics in her closet and most swear by how trendy and functional these tunics are. Depending on the design and work done on the kurti, this tunic is truly versatile and can be worn as work wear, casual wear and even festive wear. Another factor that works in favor of the kurti is it flexibility and ability to adapt according to the bottoms it is paired with. The kurti and jeans combination is the perfect example of indo-western fusion dressing while the kurti and Patiala salwar is a vibrant example of typical ethnic wear for women and these are just two prominent examples. The most commonly worn kind of kurti is the cotton kurti and these kurtis are widely worn and paired up with varied bottoms. Read further to know more on how to effectively style cotton kurtis with different bottoms.
Kurti and Jeans
The kurti and jeans trend has been around for a while now and today it is more of classic pairing than a casual trend to be taken lightly. One way to carry off this look to perfection is to pair an elegant white cotton kurti with deep blue denims.
Kurti and Palazzo
Palazzo trousers for women have lent itself to the kurti in an elegant way and now they look like match made in fashion heaven. To carry off this trend to perfection try pairing printed kurtis with contrasting single shade palazzo trousers.
Kurti with Skirt
When two ultra feminine silhouettes like the kurti and skirt come together, what we have is fashion magic. Cotton kurtis with long tulle or peasant skirts are perfect if you actively seek out the girly look.