Styles of Kurtis You Must Know

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Are you one of those girls who has been complimented by most about looking pretty in Kurtis? You feel very confident about your looks wearing a Kurti. Yet, you go for the same style or type of Kurti every time you shop. Kurtis makes a girl look elegant and wearing one you get the opportunity to accessorize which completes your overall look.

If you are a fan of Kurti and feel like it brings out the best in you, read on to find out the different styles of Kurti. Make sure you have one from each style to stay at the peak of the fashion trends in traditional wear.

Tail Cut Kurti

As the name suggests, tail cut Kurti is shorter from the front and longer at the back as compared to the front. These are best casual wears to give you everyday edgy look. It is not as much of a traditional looking Kurti, so young girls can work it glamorously at college. This Kurti pair well with leggings, jeans or calf length pants. If you want to go for a fancy event, wear an ethnic jacket along with shorts to look casually charming.

Trail Cut Kurti

This type of Kurti has C-cuts from both the sides. It is found in various types of materials from georgette, crepe to chiffon or silk. This can be your evening wear.

Flared Kurti

Flared Kurti has been in trend for a long time. However, there are many new patterns that bring it into the trend to match with the latest western look. Flared Kurti is available in wide as well as a narrow flare. This Kurti, however, looks attractive on tall women.

Gown Style Kurti

This is an Indian wear very similar to any evening gown. It entirely turns around your look into royal and elegant appearance. This type of Kurti is best to wear to a wedding, festive evening parties etc. Consider wearing pumps, heels or for tall women, Kolhapuri style shoes.

Long Straight Kurti

Long straight Kurti paired with Palazzo is the ultimate stunner. This has turned out to be the striking professional or formal clothes for women. This Kurti helps you look taller due to its straight hemline. Go for long sleeves with this type of Kurti for a graceful look. With this attire in your wardrobe, you can never complain about not having good clothes to wear to the office.

To build your style statement, try each of these different styles of Kurti and play smart in fashion trends.

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