Short Kurtis For Women
In modern usage, a short kurta is referred to as the kurti,which is the attire worn by females. However, traditionally, the term short kurti refers to waist coats,jackets and blouses which sit above the waist without side slits, and are believed to have descended from the tunic of the Shunga period The Short kurti is distinguished from the choli by the latter leaving the midriff exposed.
Short kurti is a typical dressing pattern of Indians especially the northern regions. The trend and origin of this clothing style is from the northern India and even today the other parts of the nation though modernized wear short kurti but it is worn by females majorly in north while the south prefers saree.
Another style of Short kurti is the Punjabi kurti is a short version of the anga . The short kurti can also be half or full sleeved and hip length with no front or back opening.
Difference Between A Long & Short Kurti
Key difference - The primary difference between Kurta and Kurti is nothing more than their shoulder to knee lengths . Kurtas are normally long, typically knee or calf length, whereas a Short Kurti is often short measuring at waist or hip length. Typically Short Kurtis are different types of tops that can be worn.
Indian long tunic top is also called Kurti for women is made of silky crepe fabric with elegant prints & designs. These short kurtis from India are suitable for all occasions and can be worn with jeans or matching leggings.
When one thinks of a Short Kurti, one thinks comfort. The high comfort factor is what makes the Short Kurti a form of clothing loved by all. The Short Kurti is a versatile piece of clothing that can be made in order to adapt to any season or occasion. During the harsh Indian summers, Short Cotton kurtis are in everyone’s ‘to get and wear’ list due to its effortless style and comfort level. In a similar way, Short Woolen kurtas are also worn during winters.
Women wear a Short Kurti with a fitted leggings or salwar for a traditional look or with jeans for an Indo-western look.
With immense creativity and advancement in techniques in the Indian fashion industry, the short kurtis has also seen different faces. These days, one can opt for Short kurtis with modern art designs that are different than the usual traditional ones. Initially, a kurti was only worn over an Indian trouser form called ‘Pajama’, but these days the younger generation often teams the short kurta or kurti with jeans and leggings. Collars, stone work, zari work, and tie dye are some of the most common designs used for short kurtis.
A Silk Short kurti with heavy embroidery is a wonderful pick for a wedding or for a party, in which one can showcase Indian ethnicity in a subtle, yet distinct way. On the other hand, Cotton or Khadi short kurtis are perfect for office or day to day wear.
A Short kurti looks lovely if worn with Silver or chunky Gold jewelry. Long teardrop earrings or heavy Silver bracelets add that extra charm to a Kurti and make it look elegant and refined.
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|S.No.||LimeRoad Latest||PRICE (₹)|
|1||Cotton Slub Printed Straight Kurti||₹ 544|
|2||Blue Straight Kurti||₹ 250|
|3||Flared Solid Kurti||₹ 450|
|4||Mustard Straight Solid Kurti||₹ 399|
|5||Printed Flared Kurta||₹ 683|
|6||Blue Rayon Straight Kurti||₹ 667|
|7||Maroon Straight Solid Kurta||₹ 393|
|8||Printed Patch Detailing A Line Kurti||₹ 280|
This data was last updated on 20/05/2019