Women in the Indian subcontinent share a common love for kurti which is an ethnic wear. Women are attracted to the prints on the fabric and to the comfort that they provide. Most importantly, be it cotton, chiffon, silk, linen, or even georgette, kurtis can help you look stunning without wearing any accessories with it. More than uplifting the ethnic fashion look, kurtis are now trending for simply providing comfort in the scorching heat.
Women want to wear light yet attractive clothes that do not stick to the body in summers and all these qualities lie in one fashion - kurtis. Here is a list of trending comfy kurtis that can upgrade your summer wardrobe:
Short kurtis with full sleeves can be styled with skinny pants and long bottom pants as office wear. Go for fabrics like cotton, khadi, and linen as they will give a smart look when paired with pants. Avoid adding jewelry with this look.
Indian block prints will never go out of trend and style. Block print kurtis with a matching dupatta and a palazzo set is perfect for summers. You can pair Jaipuri juttis instead of heels with this look.
When you are wearing jeans and do not want to wear tops, go for layered kurtis. Buy vibrant coloured layered kurtis, for example, hot pink, mustard, dark green and royal blue.
Indo-western kurtis has an asymmetric hemline and ruffled sleeves. These kurtis are popular and trending because women are getting a chance to club Indian and Western look together.
Tunic kurti is a little modern in comparison to other kurtis. Geometric and striped patterns in tunics are trending. You can style this kurti with stunning leather belts as well.
Pastel colours are soothing to the eyes and hence women tend to buy these colours in kurtis more in the summers. The work on pastel tones gets highlighted and they go well with jeans and white palazzo as well.
Floral is a timeless pattern. In this particular pattern, ruffled floral sleeves, long-loose sleeves, or half sleeves are in trend. Even floral embroidered kurtis are making a statement these days.
It’s time to check your closet and see which kurtis you need to add to your summer collection.