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Ladies Kurti

Kurtis
  • Kurtis are very popular among all age women. kurtis are indian version of a Tunic. Kurtis are basically a shorter version of the kurta or kameez.and its always in vogue. The speciality of these kurtis is that it has both western as well traditional look. it suits all age group and perfect dress for any occassion.They are designed to fit loosely and women mostly wear them with jeans.

  • You can style kurtis differently either with:
    - Different types of bottoms

    There are numerous ways to wear Indian Kurtis which are available at www.harmeendesign.com. Create your own style by pairing any of the Indian Kurti with pants, salwars , churidars, leggings or capri. It looks smart, stylish and elegant.

    Flaunt your colourful kurtis with different bottom wear,like palazzos or flared skirts instead of simply wearing usual salwars.

    Palazzos are a big hit with young women.

    It can be teamed up with long kurtis to give a smart yet delicate look.

    Printed palazzos go well with solid print kurtis and for a classy look you team up a plain palazzo with a minimalist print kurta/kurti.

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    Flared Skirts Are in Vogue These Days

    There are countless styles that could be selected while wearing a skirt.

    These flared skirts can be worn with straight cut kurtis or tops. A crushed fabric stole will complete the look further.

    Flared Vulottes: come in various styles - plain, printed or crinkled.

    It gives the impression of a divided skirt, they are extremely comfortable. All of them can be teamed up with short and mid-length kurtis.

    Straight Pants, in any fabric like cotton, polyester or linen can be teamed up with any type of straight kurtis it's one of the most comfortable bottom wear .I tcan be teamed up with any type of kurtis, long or flowy, short and shirt style. Pants/trousers givea you a formal yet stylish look.

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    Different Accessories

    • You can add a scarf or stroll ,to give it a sophisticated look.
    • Depending on the style of kurti (if it's Indian/western/fusion) choose the appropriate jewellery.
    • Wear something ethnic in neck for a more Indian one.
    • Wear some stunning dangling earrings.
    • You can also wear a ton of bangles for a more hip look or maybe a single bracelet if you're looking for a sleek refined look. Choose well and don't overdo the jewellery.

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    Kurtis Mostly Comes in Three Lengths:
    1) Waist length 2) Ending right below the hips 3) Ending about few inches above knees.

    Tips to Wear Kurti
    • Wear Long kurtis with tight skinny jeans, trouser and leggings and not with jeans or boot cut pants.
    • Short and waist length kurti look good on boot cut pants or jeans.
    • Avoid wearing embroidered kurti over jeans, pant and trouser.
    • Embellished kurtis looks good on plain legging, churidar and jeggings.
    • Wear lighter color legging or jeans for dark colored kurti.
    • Avoid wearing same color kurti with the same color bottom, rather wear contrast color bottom
    • Short kurti looks good on the skirt but avoid wearing long kurti with a skirt.
    • A pair of Embellished kurti worn with a skirt gives classy and rich look to the wearer.
    • Carry stole ,dupatta or scarf with kurti if wearing it with skirt, for a smarty and beautiful look.
    • Wear heels with Anarkali style kurti.
    • Flat footwear go well with a pair of tight jeans and kurti.

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    DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A KURTI AND A KURTA
    Ones with shorter lengths are called Kurtis and the ones which goes all the way down till the calf are called Kurtas and are worn both, by men and women.

    The kurta is popular in Pakistan, Bangladesh and India.it is worn with Dhoti, salwar lungi, pyjami or jeans.

    There are different types of kurtas like kali kurta,Hyderabadi kurta,lucknowi kurta, bhopali kurta.

    There Are Different Styles in Kurtis Too: Anarkali Kurti, Angrakha kurti, Punjabi Kurti, Kaftan Kurti, Fish / Trail Cut Kurti
    Kurtis or kurta.. worn in the summer months are usually made cotton fabrics; kurtis /kurtas for winter season are made of thicker fabric such as khadi silk, woollen material ,silk,spun.But one fabric used which is used in both summer and winter is linen.

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