We can never have enough kurtis in our wardrobe and our favourite celebs always keep inspiring us with new designs and styles. If you want to truly stand out and not pick run-of-the-mill looks but want something unique, take a cue for these celebs and get your tailor to make kurtis like these for you this season. Perfect for the shaadis and otherwise too!
We love the curved edges in the front section of this outfit. The metallic bodice along with the see-through lower portion gives this an indo-western vibe that is finished well with abstract printed dhoti pants. Talk about giving the traditional kurta a makeover!
Keep the front simple and add some masala at the back. This high round neck kurti has that extra tuck and gather at the back, making it dramatic and interesting. It looks elegant when paired with a pair of fitted pants and peep toes. A stunning look when you want to make a style statement!
This structured straight cut kurti has a bit of zing - thanks to the little cut-out at the neckline. Get a simple kurti stitched with a trendy cut-out and look glamourous. The look is sophisticated yet exciting. The fringe earrings to match the delightfully coloured kurti and the simple dupatta. This is a look we’d love to explore!
With floral trends not leaving us for a while, get your tailor to make something sweet as this kurti. Tiny chintz-inspired print on a short kurti with embellishments around the neckline to add that glitzy touch. Some old school love, anyone?
This is a trend many celebs are flaunting these days. A plain kurta inside and an interesting layer on top. For this, you could choose a jacquard fabric, a printed one or an elaborate embroidered one. Ask your tailor to get this fab pair custom made for you and look like a superstar. Pair it with a pair of plain palazzos that match the colour of the inside layer.
In a delicate look perfect for summer weddings, Dia Mirza gives us all the feels. The tie-up waist with intricate details on the neckline, sleeves and hemline, makes this one a total must-have for the shaadi season. To save a few bucks, get a ready-made embroidered fabric for the lowers.
A semi-casual kurti with a tie-up waist and a waterfall front is both chic and stylish. You can pick prints of any type depending on your personal taste and match it with jeggings or fitted pants for an elegant look.
A tiered Kurta is a total must-have. Ask your tailor to pick a fabric that is lightweight and highlight every layer with a gota ribbon. You can choose any pastel colour for the same look. Start the tiers from the top of the bustline and make sure it flares out towards the bottom.