Have you possibly thought of all the combinations to match with your favorite Kurtis and have seemingly hit a roadblock? Do all your Kurtis suddenly look old and out of trend?
Well, you don’t need to go for another shopping haul. You might just need only a bit of reworking to make a completely new look out of your current wardrobe. Yes, it’s true. You don’t need to wear your Kurti just with the palazzo or jeans you bought it with.
Instead of loading your wardrobe with another ten of similar looming Kurtis, continue reading this article to know some fascinating ways to style it for a completely contrasting loom.
- Kurti with Straight Pants
Why limit your Kurti to an ethnic look when you can so quickly adopt an Indo western look with the same top. All you’d need is to pair it up with straight pants. Whether you’re out for a casual lunch or to the office, this pairing will add a unique charm to your appearance. Pair this up with ethnic jhumkas and bangles for a well-rounded look.
- Kurti with matching Palazzo
Palazzos are here to stay. But why spend additional bucks on buying a top to fit your palazzo? The versatile bottom wear looks exquisite on Kurtis and ensures a classy look on every occasion. Moreover, palazzo suits all body types and would probably balance an otherwise ill-fitted Kurti too. If you’re short, opt for palazzos with below the ankle-length to add a bit of height to your appearance.
- Kurtis with medium flared skirts
You might be susceptible to this combination, but it works wonders for shorter women. A long straight Kurti lairs up effortlessly with a medium flare skirt. It adds a dash of sexiness and pop-like feel to your outfit too.
- Kurti with Dhoti Pants
The stocks of the dhoti fad went all the way up as soon as Alia Bhatt wore it with her laced Kurti. Dhoti adds a bit of sass to an otherwise traditional outfit, which is so essential for the modern woman. Adding a bit of your own spark to the desi style is never a bad idea, and you must try pairing up your white Kurtis with black dhoti pants for a change.
- Kurti with Jeans
Most of you might have already tried this one. But if you haven’t, it’s time to be a bit more unapologetic and wear your Kurti with the most comfortable pair of jeans you have.
It’s chic; it’s sexy, and it never fails. Moreover, wearing jeans lets you show off your well-toned calves and thighs, which otherwise disappear under your salwars. Pairing your loose Kurtis with skinny slim-fit jeans will balance your silhouette irrespective of the body type too.
- Kurti with a Sharara
Here is a festive special combination. A sharara lies somewhere between an aerated palazzo and the formal straight pants. If you happen to get an immediate invitation for a traditional function, all you need to do is pair up your fancy Kurti with sharara.
While sharara has an Indian feel to it, pairing it up with a Kurti ensures a modern and contemporary feel. And if you’re not afraid to try out new combinations, don’t hold yourself back and pair a regular Kurti with a fancy sharara to rock on the streets!
Instead of always looking for new outfits, being a little bit more imaginative and bold will let you get the best out of your previous ones. And every look feels so contrasting that one would hardly be able to recognize it’s the same kurti!