Designer Kurtis has been there forever, but nobody made it trendy like Deepika Padukone or Anushka Sharma did. Thanks to these ladies, latest design of Kurtis are now liked by many young women. Even those who were more prone to western wears, now shuffle through new design Kurti sections in stores. Designer Kurtis nowadays create a distinctive style statement unmatched by any other western wear. They are classy yet trendy, comfortable yet sassy. Here are a few style tips on how to wear the latest design of Kurtis to bring out the most modern you.
Tail cut Kurti
These Kurtis come with a layered pattern. The front part is shorter than the back where it creates a tail like an effect. This is a new design Kurti suited for young girls and women who mostly prefer western wears. When paired with pumps or ankle strap heels and dangle earrings, tail cut Kurtis are bound to earn compliments at parties and social gatherings. The brave ones can wear this Kurti without a bottom to make it appear like a dress.
There are plenty of new design Kurti available in the market under this section. It’s the common designer Kurti and suited for regular wear or office gatherings. They go well with leggings, churidar, Capri or Patiala. For an Indo-Western modern look, pair it with tights or jeans and you will be good to go.
Gown style Kurti
The Indian counterpart of evening gowns, gown style Kurtis is one of the most popular latest designs of Kurtis available today. It’s royal and rich look made many Bollywood celebrities wear them at red carpet events. There is no need to add any bottom with it. Chandbali, jhumka and head chain go well with these designer Kurtis.
Long straight Kurti
Who said you have to wear skirt or jeans for office wear? There are a new design Kurti called Long straight Kurti that not only gives you a professional look but the straight hemline would also make you appear taller. The best part is, it’s ethnic and funky, yet very corporate when paired with minimum accessories and maximum style.
Shirt style Kurti
There is probably no better way to mix your modern self with ethnic, than shirt style designer Kurtis. This fusion of Indian Kurti and western shirt makes it a must have for office wardrobe. It’s professional, yet comfortable. You can also pair it with a palazzo for a casual outing after work.