Styling Your Kurti Like an Expert!       


The diversity of Kurtis For LadiesThe diversity of Kurtis increases the styles for ladies, but this can also be confusing. You don’t have to spend too much styling your designer  kurti. All you need is to find the right style that goes well with your dress. Understanding this can help you rock different styles every time. Whether you like traditional or modern kurtis, the styling aspect is the most critical step.
A kurti is a long top, evolved from the ages a kurti can be worn over leggings, jeggings, treggings, jeans and skirts 

Kurti comes with a lot of benefits. They not only make you comfortable at different events but also give you the freedom to pair them with almost anything. They also give you a chance of exploring different Indian designs without limiting you on sizes. With that in mind, let us focus on how you should style your kurti designs.

Leggings

We all love leggings due to their versatile nature. Feel free to pair them with almost anything including crop tops, dress tops, shrugs or even jackets. A pair of leggings also goes well some kurti designs. Choose one that blends well with the shade of your designer kurti. Jeggings is a combination of leggings and jeans

They are comfortable and match different scenes. For instance, you can wear your kurti with leggings when hanging out with friends or when going to work. You should aim at finding the correct size of leggings since they tend to stretch to a certain level with time. The right size also increases comfort level. The fabric that you choose for your legging should not interfere with your kurti. Try to mix and match contrasting colors to avoid making the overall outfit weird.

Jeggings                                        

This is a combination of leggings and jeans. Though jeans have remained trendy for decades, they are not as comfortable as jeggings. These do not come with a zip, therefore, are more suitable for your kurti design. They eliminate the need to constantly zipping them up as they feature an elastic waistband.

They also symbolize a blend of India and Western style when paired with a Kurti. Most jeggings come with pseudo pockets which look classy. Try wearing jeggings with colored kurtis and tunics since most of them come in dull colors. Your kurti should also not be tight since the jeggings cling on your skin.


Treggings

Fashioner designers came up with a hybrid of trouser and leggings known as treggings. They also go well with some designer kurtis. Treggings are popular among the young generation, and if you have not tried them yet, you can check out how your friends match them with their kurtis.

When choosing treggings for your kurti, ensure that it is not too tight. It should be a bit stretched out to make you feel comfortable. Most people who have tried them say that they are more comfortable than leggings. They often come with a thick fabric.

Ripped jeans    Ripped jeans                                              

Do you have a pleated kurti? Bring out a bold look by pairing it with ripped jeans. This combination can express your mood to anyone watching since it makes you look sophisticated. The style also blends well with a collared kurti. You can even wear ripped jeans with a kurti that has rolled up sleeves. Complete the look by carrying a folded clutch or a hobo bag. Do not forget your favorite pair of heels.

Culottes

Are you a busy lady in love with kurti’s? You should pair them with a comfortable style that does not interfere with your daily activities. The culotte is a divided skirt that has existed since the Victorian era. Ladies wore them while conducting daily chores, riding horses or even gardening.

Besides being comfortable, they look elegant when worn with kurtis. The current culottes are a bit broader and lighter than the old version. Choose a culotte to go with a monochrome kurti. The kurti should be short not going beyond your thighs so that it looks well with the culotte. Do not wear laced shoes with this style but instead match it with some beautiful flats.

 

Pallazo

The sharara from Pakistan inspires the pallazo. They are wide legged bottom wear that you can match with crop tops or kurtis. They can help you break the monotony of always matching your kurti with leggings or tights.

Wear them during the summer to give your legs enough room to breathe. They can also help you open the skin pores of your legs. Try a pallazo on a traditional kurti such as cotton or khadi. If you have a light colored kurti that come with a collar, you can match it with an embroidered pallazo.

Wrap around pants

Sometimes, it is good to live a bit carefree. What better way to do this than match your kurti with wrap around pants? This trend goes well with dye printed kurtis. They feature an asymmetric hem and have a crinkled effect.

The elastic waistband increases their comfort level though some designers use a draw cord on the waist to boost the grip. You can also put on wrap-around pants with cape kurtis. Include classic jewelry to make a style statement with the outfit.

Shorts

Are you still in college looking for something different from your peers? Rock your front slit kurti with some ripped shorts. They make you look sexy but also bold. You can also wear hot pants with a side slit T-shirt kurti. Kill the look with simple jewelry and sophisticated boots. Heads will turn in admiration!

Boyfriend jeans

Boyfriend jeans

Once in a while, you need bottoms that are loose for your kurti. Boyfriend jeans bring out your feminine beauty while not compromising on comfort. They are straight and different from the norm. You can wear them with a knee-length kurti to avoid concealing their beauty. This outfit goes well with some platform shoes or sneakers. Get a tote bag and some stud earrings or a nice watch to stand out.

 

 

Styling Your Kurti Like an Expert

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Final thoughts

Kurtis from Stylecaret can go with different bottom wear. It is upon you to choose what feels and looks right. Experiment the different styles and match them well with different outfits. Remember to consider the fabrics and colors when pairing your kurti with bottom wear.
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