Kurtas are a must-have in every desi girl’s wardrobe. But so are so many western items! The trick here is to carefully mix the western accessories that you have with your typical desi clothes for some avant-garde fashion! Here are 9 fab ways to style your kurta with the chicest western accessories! Are you ready to rock your desi favourites like never before?!
An envelope clutch isn’t the obvious choice when it comes to pair a bag with Indian wear. You may think a potli or a jhola are the only options you have. But fashion is about defying rules, and Neha Dhupia totally slays in this kaftan style kurta paired with emerald coloured studs and that statement clutch. You can try a similar pair too.
Tassels are a huge western trend that we would have never thought would look so versatile and elegant when worn with a kurta. As usual, Sonam Kapoor slays with her experimental style. Pair it with a really nice, deep coloured kurta like her, and you can surely win it at this game!
If there’s anything you have to learn from the designer, it’s how to nail fusion wear this effortlessly. Be it for her label or with her daily style, Masaba Gupta knows it all. Slay a layered choker with a kurta like never before for a red carpet ready look, girls!
Rock winter style like never before! This is one combination you must try out! Take some inspiration from Sonam Kapoor and pair kurtas and leggings or even just a kurta dress with edgy knee-high boots! They’ll look really amazing!
Ever thought you could accentuate your regular kurta up a notch by pairing it with a boho fringe bag? Never, right? We didn’t think so too! Add some fun and flirty vibes to your kurta by pairing it with some tassels and fringe.
Oh yes! You can totally add a nice, chic blazer to your regular kurta to give it a classy makeover. It looks rather fabulous and undeniably unique. Wear a solid coloured kurta preferably and contrast the colour of your blazer with the kurta instead of matching it.
Never thought you could add a slim belt to your regular cotton kurta? Well, why not! You totally should. The belt will come in handy if you want to accentuate your waist, or even when you want to give it a western wear twist!