How to Style Kurti or Tunic
These days kurti is the most favorite outfit of all the women and why it should not be when it comes in such lovely designs and patterns. The best thing about Kurti is you can create various looks from it and wear as per the demand of various occasions. Here I am giving you some ideas on how to style your kurti or tunics.
Try Kurti with Different Bottom Styles
If you are looking for some casual chic look then you really need to try Kurti with Palazzos. Due to the trending fashion of Palazzos they are easily available in the markets or you can also buy palazzo pants online. Any kurti of just above the knee length would look great with these wide legged pants. You can also create a party look by wearing the tunics with stylish printed jeggings and for a normal office wear you can try pairing up the cotton kurtis with leggings.
Accessorize the Look
Further you can accessorize the look with a scarf, metallic bangles, cool shades and a nude shade lipstick.
Play with Different Cuts
The best thing about kurti is that it comes in various shapes, cuts and patterns. You can play with different cuts like anarkalis, short kurti, long kurtis, flared ones, straight ones, cotton kurti or silk kurti. Depending upon the nature of the occasion, you can choose the best one for yourself.
Duppatta or No Duppatta
If you are wearing a heavy kurti for a wedding or festive occasion then it’s better that you carry the duppatta along else if you are wearing it casually or at work place then you can drop the duppatta.
Kurti with Jacket
You can try this too. For this purpose you can choose any ethnic jacket with mirror or bead work (my personal favorite), you can choose from other options as well, depending upon your choice.
Kurti with Dhoti Pants
These are highly trending, you can choose any dhoti pant in any color and mix and match a short kurta or kurti along with it. This style is a must try for all the college going girls.
Carry a Jhola with Kurti
Purse is ok but if you carry a jhola then the overall ethnic charm will increase even more. For me a nice pair of small jhumkis are must when I am wearing an ethnic kurti.