Kurtas have been my best friend for years now. Their versatility allows me to wear them with jeans, palazzos and flaunt them as maxi dresses. Recently, my desi style inspiration, Jhanvi Kapoor, was spotted in this simple ethnic attire looking super classy. Thanks to her, ethnic outfits have become a street style favourite and here’s why you should embrace the trend!
When you step out for lunch, or you are going to the mall -this pink kurta can be a great alternative to blouses or dresses. Wear it with golden slim fit pants to match the embroidery. You should go for basic accessories such as pearl stud earrings or bangles. Add a light pink lipstick and keep your eyes bare for a nice day look.
If you love short kurtis then - I have a surprise for you. I came across this blue kurti-dhoti pants set on the Shoppers Stop website and instantly fell in love with it. You can wear this set to your next Diwali party by adding wedges and a gold clutch. Thank me later for getting you party ready by putting in minimal effort.
Are you in on my Kurta obsession? If yes, here’s all you need to create these looks!
A beautiful pink kurta with little embroidery will be your go-to attire for work and even parties. Wear it with gold slim fit pants to jazz it up!
Printed kurtas are a must have for all you kurta lovers! Wear this one with slim fit pants and hoop earrings for a look that will take you from office to the Diwali cards table instantly.
Kashish women embroidered dhoti suit
This entire outfit is so chic that I promise all eyes will be on you. Add a gold clutch and look like effortlessly stylish at your next Diwali dinner.
These wedges will go really well with long kurtas. They will make your toned legs look taller and leaner!
When you are bored with accessoring kurtas with jewellery- opt for this bucket bag that is roomy enough to carry all your essentials when you step out to run errands.
*This post is in association with Shoppers Stop.