Kurtis make for an important wardrobe essential in every Indian woman’s wardrobe. Well, we’ve all got atleast one kurti in each of our wardrobes. They’re versatile and could be styled in endless ways. Kurtis are widely worn to work and embroidered kurtis also make for the perfect outfit for an occasion. They could be paired with the traditional salwar, palazzo pants, cigarette pants or with an ethnic skirt for an urban chic look. The perfect kurti could sure be expensive, but we’ve got you a curated list of some of the best kurtis for quite a steal. Here’s what we recommend:
A white solid kurta is an absolute must have and this white cotton kurta is the best pick. It’s perfect to pair with palazzo pants for a casual look or with slim fit pants for a work appropriate outfit.
This kurta with a geometric printed side and chic pockets is trendy and stylish. Pair it with contrast coloured pants for a chic look.
Made from pure linen, this kurti would be perfect for summer. The denim look makes it smart and perfect to pair with black jeggings or white pants.
Pair this kurta with white leggings for the perfect work wear look. You could complete your look with a pair of wedges and a few silver bangles.
This kurti with shades of pink is perfect for an occasion. Made from crepe, it looks pretty and stylish. Pair it with white leggings and ethnic sandals for a trendy look.
Wear this smart kurta with straight cut pants for a chic look. It’s the perfect outfit for a long day at work. You could also complete your look with a few gold oxidised accessories and a pair of wedges.
This tunic is a complete must have for the next big event. It’s super stylish, trendy and would look great when paired with a pair of black palazzos or a black ethnic skirt. Add statement earrings to complete your look and you’ll definitely make a statement.
This kurti is absolutely stylish and chic. the chevron digital striped print makes it look smart and ideal for work. Complete your look with straight cut pants and a pair of heels.
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