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The most loved ethnic dress by women are kurtis (also referred to as ‘tunics’). The Indian kurta makes for an elegant ethnic wear that can be worn as a top or tunic where one can enjoy the freedom to move comfortably. Kurtis doesn’t have slits above the waist. And it goes very well with a salwar, palazzo, tights, jeans, pajamas, etc.
Kurtis can be designed in any style with any pattern to make you look good. Usually, Kurti has collars like v-neck, round neck, boat neck, angrakha, asymmetrical, mandarin, keyhole, peter pan, sweetheart, scoop, u-neck, square, off-the-shoulder, pentagon, studded with jewels, etc.
Difference Between Kurta and Kurti for Women
Nowadays, people have been calling Kurta and Kurti the same thing. But earlier it was not referred to as the same clothing. There is not only one but a lot of differences exist between the two. The most common difference is their length. Kurti are short in length while Kurtas are long. A long tunic that reaches to the knee is Kurta. However, a kurti extends only up to the waist. This length difference made the kurti a more comfortable and flexible dress for women to wear.
Another difference is that Kurtas are not only a specific dress for women, but men wear it too. While kurti are only worn by women. Kurta for women is usually made from light and breathable fabric to be worn daily. Kurtis are more for fashion, and hence they are made with designer fabrics like silk, chiffon, georgette, linen, and cotton
Mirraw's Trending Styles of Ladies Kurtis
Mirraw has the latest and most trendy collection of Kurti for women. These are aesthetic while having a gorgeous appeal that gives you an overall fabulous look. Wear one, to steal people’s attention around you.
Long Kurti - A Long Kurti is one that comes in calf length and knee length. These kurtis goes best with palazzo pants, patialas, or salwar be it at a wedding or at a festival. Whereas a straight or flared long kurti makes the best impression with churidar or leggings.
Short Kurti - Thinking of wearing something as a daily wear or while going to office, then do consider a Short kurti. To complete your look, pair it with jeans and high heels. Wear a solid short kurti with contrasting Patiala, strappy heels, ethnic jewellery, and a bindi to make a bold festive statement.
Kaftan Style Kurti -Kaftan kurti is a flowing-sleeved dress that falls to the ankle. These kurtas are comfortable to wear as they are loose fitting. Wearing one, will allow you to experiment with different styles and patterns.
Sleeveless Kurti - A Sleeveless kurti as the name suggests is a kurti without sleeves. It is perfect for any casual meet with your friends or just a day out with yourself, or office wear.
Anarkali Kurti - Looking for a flared gown kurti, then do consider an Anarkali Kurti. It resembles a pomegranate blossom. And girls like to wear knee-length Anarkali kurti dresses.
Best Fabrics for Designer Kurtis
Before buying kurtas for yourself, you must know what fabric goes best for your kurta.
Silk - Silk Kurtis is the classiest among all types of Kurtis fabrics. Its material keeps you attractive even if you choose to wear a simple plain silk kurti. Silk kurtis for women are ideal for small gatherings; however, be mindful not to wear one during outdoor parties as it won't absorb your sweat.
Cotton -Cotton Kurtis> are known for being soft, comfy and accommodating. If you want to make an impactful statement at your wedding venue, try opting for an embroidered cotton kurti instead of plain ones to make an unforgettable impression. Pair various accessories with this type of garment in order to complete its look.
Georgette Kurta - This kurta is your go to ethnic wear when it comes for a date night. A georgette kurta is an ultra lightweight, strong yet flowy synthetic fabric kurta designed to keep its shape well into use and absorb sweat for maximum comfort during an outing. Add prints or patterns for a trendy look.
Chikankari - Chikankari originated in Lucknow, India and is best known for its intricate embroidery all over its kurta. Girls and women all over the world adore it so much that this type of embroidery has even become part of popular mainstream Indian ethnic attire.
Chiffon -Chiffon fabric is light and translucent. This creates an airy sensation against your skin that makes you feel as light as a feather. It is flexible yet durable due to its flare in kurti designs. Best of all it makes for a good fit for all women’s body types.
Accessories to Pair with Kurta for Women
Kurtas with Shrugs -Shrugs add an extra layer of style to your kurtas. To pull this look off successfully, make sure the fabric matches the fabric used on both pieces. While shrugs make an attractive option, be mindful that they are not fully covered, so pairing this with a longer kurta may help keep more skin covered
Long Kurtas with Crop Tops -If you have a longer kurta that is a little bit too long for you, try pairing it with a crop top. Crop tops are shorter pieces that are generally made from sheer fabrics like chiffon, silk, or cotton. This will help to shorten your kurtas, making them more appropriate for the occasion.
Half-sleeved kurta with a Cardigan - Women's kurtas and cardigans are two classic combinations that never go out of fashion, making an excellent combination. If you own a kurta, pair it with a cardigan to give it an exciting new look. This will be ideal for a casual occasion or even wearing your kurta to work.
Wrapped Knee-length Kurta with a Jacket - If kurtis feel too casual for you, pairing one with a jacket can add formality and polish an otherwise casual outfit.
Mirraw Offers Trending Womens Kurtis at Affordable Prices
Mirraw is your one-stop shop for the latest trending kurti designs that will steal your heart. Shop from their collection of Anarkali, Kaftan, Sleeveless Kurtisand Churidars as well as Sharara Salwar Suits, and Kurtas for best prices and get them delivered directly to you.