Best kurta designs are a need Since festivals are round the corner. Therefore, we at fashionlyf.com have decided to do a series on OOTD-OUTFIT OF THE DAY. We will discuss in detail some of the outfits you need to have in your festival wardrobe.
With festivals like Diwali, celebrations take place almost for a week , you need to have something new and different to wear so that you stand out in those card parties and Diwali family gatherings and what’s better than kurta. So Let’s begin with some best kurta designs:
Today’s outfit of the day is our very own kurta pyjama. It gives an instant feel and vibe of the festival. However, it has also seen its growth as a festive wear over the year. It has undergone a lot of alterations. So today we are going to discuss the best kurta designs and the various ways of wearing this piece of tradition and look festive ready.
REGULAR KURTA PYJAMA
It is the regular piece that came into existence. A kurta with full sleeves and a loose pyjama to accompany. This traditional piece has seen its modernization in terms of colours and fabric. Nowadays you can get this set in linen, cotton, silk, khadi, rayon etc. you name the fabric and get a customized piece in it.
Not many feel comfortable in this , but they do look good. Printed silk kurta is a trend to stay. This kurta set looks royal and classy. The prints come in different patterns. These printed kurtas look good in light shades with drak prints on them. Most importantly, You can pair them with same colour churidar or white colour pants.
ASYMMETRIC KURTA PYJAMA
This one is an interesting piece. firstly, Who would have thought that our very own traditional kurta pyjama has geometry helping it getting modified. Secondly, Asymmetric kurta pyjama is usually has different cuts unlike traditional one which is A-line and horizontal at the bottom.
In conclusion, Asymmetrical kurtas have either deep cuts or may have an extra layer of a circular drape covering the front that looks good and classy.
PLAIN COWL KURTA SET
These are the kurtas with a twist thing happening on them. Usually these kurtas are in dark shades and paired with white pants. These kurtas have some pleats dropping from one shoulder and crossing from front and then stitched at the sides.
Another trend that doing the round is kurta with side buttons, so that they look lke a drape kurta. This trend looks very fashionable. Also it looks inspired by the Bengali kurta design. Some have few buttons while others havebottoms from top to bottom.
We all are familiar with pathani suit. They come in various monochrome colours and look good. They have various designs. Pockets on both sides of the chest and flaps on the shoulder is a common design. Sides of the kurta are cut in oval shapes and paired with a salwar.
CHURIDAR KURTA PYJAMA
A modern man does not shy away while experimenting with his looks. Thus kurta with chudidar is in. This particular type was earlier worn by the Royals and it looks every inch royal when you wear it.
The short length kurta is either above the knee or just touching it. firstly, the Height of the kurta is shorter than a regular kurta and secondly, it looks really good when paired with a pair of jeans. To conclude, you must have one in your wardrobe for a easy breezy look.
HI-NECK KURTA PYJAMA
The Nehru collars have become a trend in the kurta. The regular kurta would either has a plain round neck or it has collar. However, Nehru collars and hi-neck have changed the look of the kurta.
No matter what kind of kurta you wear, a dupatta, as a prop, helps in completing the look. Bandhej dupatta is liked and used most. Then, there is silk dupatta in same colour that looks good.
Most importantly, pay attention to the whole look- if your kurta is plain. Go for a patterned dupatta, and if it is a printed kurta, go for a plain dupatta.
Other important prop to complete your kurta look is jacket. Commonly known as Nehru jacket, you can pair them with any of the above said kurta design. They come in various colours and with various patterns.
Choose accordingly keeping your kurta in mind. Therefore, firstly, if you are wearing a light colour kurta, choose a dark plain jacket. And secondly, if your kurta is dark n colour, then go for a printed one.