Long Kurti For Women
In modern times, a long kurti is a choice of many girls which is undoubtedly a new fashion statement for the youth. However, traditionally, long kurti were used under waistcoats,jackets and blouses which sit above the waist without side slits and similar outfit was seen during past few Navratri days.
Give a girl a few kurtis and a couple of trousers or leggings, and she is sorted for a couple of months at least. It’s a go-to for most Indian women because they are comfortable, versatile, and elegant which adds on to their beauty.Not just young and middle-aged women, it has become a staple wear for females of all age groups. We see that today's moms are competing with the young girls and flaunting around in her kurti collection.
Here are some styles to wear a long kurti:
Types and Styles
Tail cut kurtis are very similar to asymmetrical kurtis, which are long except they are a little longer at the back. They bump up your style instantly and effortlessly. This style has been trending since the last few seasons.
Pair it up with your full length jeggings or leggings and flaunt yourself at parties or any special occasion.
2. Flared Kurtis:
Flared kurtis are both chic and elegant. They swing both ways, so you can wear them for both a formal set-up or just as daily wear. The long hemline opens up on both the sides, adding a little bounce to the outfit, and that’s what makes these attractive.
Pair it up with Leggings, jeggings or anything full length and can be worn at office , colleges as a daily wear.
3.Shirt style long kurtis:
Shirt style kurtis are nowadays everywhere because they are both stylish and comfortable. A perfect blend of traditional and contemporary, these are easy to carry off and style your daily look.
Pair it with your jeans, jeggings or leggings and can be used as a dailywear.
Angrakha is a style of long kurtis that is inspired by the musicians’ dresses way back in the day. A big chunk of the dress side sweeps on to the other side like a flap, which can be embellished and decked up with pom-poms, tassels or anything you like. If you are looking for an ethnic-chic look, here’s what you need and perfectly fits your demands.
Pair it with a jeans or jeggings. You can also pair your Angrakha kurtis with palazzos that are much in trend these days.
5. Printed Long Kurtis
Don’t know where to begin for this one because it’s a never-ending list of beautiful prints starting from baltic to block, kalamkari to digital prints, there are so many – and one that matches every occasion, body type, preference, and budget.
Pair it with a contrasting color leggings never a printed one or plain palazzo. This look can be carried everywhere.
Long kurtis even make short girls look taller. Today's trend is all about long kurtis and contrasting palazzos.
LIMEROAD offers good designs and variety of patterns along with excellent quality. Go get yourself one as it is a must in a women's wardrobe.