Types Of Kurti Designs

Nowadays, Kurtis are available in different styles and patterns. Kurtis are usually picked by working women, college going girls, as well as housewives for any occassions. Fashion designers are now trying to keep pace with the growing popularity of kurtis and give us endless options according to the latest trends. We now have ample choices from ethnic to indo-western style with different patterns, cuts and designs. 

Types of kurtis

1.Tail Cut Kurti

This type of kurti is now becoming a trend.It is usually short from one side, front or back, and has a tail like effect on the other side. This is considered as the best western wear option for young Indian girls and Women. To get a more glamorous look, Women wear this type of kurti without any bottom. It is considered best for occassions like club parties, kitty parties, college, as a casual wear or on any festival. It is usually paired with leggins, jeggins, stockings, jeans or ethnic jackets. Accessories like stoles, jhumkas, earrings, cuff bracelets, bags, clutches, etc are worn with this kurti. Fabrics like cotton, polyster, rayon, georgette, and crape is used to make this kurti. 

Tail cut kurti

                              2. A-Line Kurti

This kurti is one of the most favourite among youngsters. It has a flare from the waist, and then makes a A-Shaped panel. There are number of varieties of A-line kurtis in the market which is available in different colors, shades, embroidery designs and patterns. It is usually worn on casual occassions like daily wear, college wear, parties, etc. It is paired with leggins, churidar, patiala, dhoti pants, matching or contrast capri, jeans, etc. Accessories like stud earrings, chain pendants, wooden bangles, leather strap watch, etc goes best with type of kurti. Usually sandals, bellies, pumps, mojri, is worn with this type of kurtis. It is available in short length, knee length and long length as well. Usually women with wide shoulders avoid wearing this type of kurti. Any type of fabric can be used to make it. 

A line kurti

                           3. Trail Cut Kurti

This kurti is in the latest trends today. It is different from C-cut kurti in the sense, that this kurti has C-cut on both the sides. Materials like georgette, chiffon, silk, crape with border embroidery, is used to enhance the look of designer wear. On occassions like outings, festival, casual wear, etc , this kurti is preferred the most. Leggins, jeggins, tights, tulip pants, are usually worn with this kurti. Accessories like choker, anklets, clutches, sling bags, etc are usually a accompanied with this kurti. Gladiators, pumps, and bellies are usally worn as matching footwear. Avoid wearing patiala, dhoti, heram, and skirts under this. 

Trail cut kurti

                             4. Anarkali

This kurti is perfect for a traditional look. It is usually worn on occassions like weddings, parties, festivals, and Puja functions. Normally, leggins and churidar is worn as the most preferred look but nowadays, even patiala, long flared skirts, and ethnic jackets are also worn. Jhumkas, multi-strand necklace, bangles, head chains, and potli bags are taken with this kurti. It is available in knee length,ankle length,calf length and also floor length.

anarkali design kurti

                              5. Angrakha kurti

This the new version of kurtis worn by the royal court's musicians.In this type of kurti two similar flaps are laid down on each other and is tied up with the help of straps on the sides. It gives a perfect traditional look when it is worn with hangings or pom-pom. Even bollywood divas are in love with this type of kurti because of its stylish look. It is available in short length,knee length and calf length. Fabrics like silk,georgette,chiffon,net,chanderi and cotton is used to make this type of kurti.

Angrakha style kurti

                              6.Dhoti Style Kurti

Attires like Dhoti pants,dhoti saree,dhoti dress,dhoti gown and dhoti kurti are highly in trend now.Woen now love to wear such different types of contemporary versions of fabrics. This kurti has gained a lot of appreciation in the market. It is usually loose and very comfortable to wear. It gives a very designer and traditional look and stands out in any occasion it is worn in.It is usually attached with a belt to give it a teandy look.Mostly fabrics like georgette,chiffon, and silk are used to give a beautiful look to this kurti.It is usually worn on occasions like partues,weddings and festivals. It is paired with stockings, leggings and tights.It is available in knee length,ankle length and calf length.

Dhoti style kurti

                               7. Flared Kurti

Nowadays kurtis like wide flared kurtis are doing wonders in putting a trend to the clothing industry. They give a gorgeous and a rich look for party time. it is usually worn as a casual wear, party wear or on weddings. It is worn with leggins, ankle jeans, patiala, churidar, or straight pants. High heels, bellies, wedges, ethnic chappals or gladiators, are worn with this kurti. It is available in short length, knee length, calf length, ankle length and floor length. Fabrics like cotton, georgette, chanderi silk, rayon, crape and polyester is used to make this type of kurti. 

flared design kurti

                          8.Indo-Western Style Kurti

A great style can be created by mixing Indian and western fashion together. Mostly, the western look is given on neckline, sleeve style, or on different cuts. It is worn on non-traditional events like parties, college, outings, or as an evening wear. It can be worn without any bottom but if you want it to be paired with any bottom, then pair it with jeans, leggins, jeggins, stockings, tights, straight pants, dhotis, or tulip pants. Wear it with accessories like ear cuffs, head chains, cuff bracelet, ring bracelet, choker, scarves, hats, sunglasses, totes, sling, or a wallet. The best footwear to be worn with it is casual shoes, boots, sneakers, pumps, peep toes, gladiators, etc. Fabrics like cotton, polyster, viscose, sati, rayon, crape, georgette can be used to make this look. 

Indo western style kurti