Miranda Priestly's sarcastic remark about ‘florals for spring’ being “groundbreaking” got a chuckle out of women everywhere. It’s funny ‘coz it’s true! Bright and happy florals for spring has indeed become one of those fashion cliches that is hard to shake off. The marketplace is awash with floral dresses and skirts with big statement prints dominating the scene.
While we do see the appeal of floral outfits in springtime, it is not necessary to give in to it completely. Fortunately, there is one style back home that will satisfy your unsatiated need for florals while not falling prey to the whole hype! Hand-printed and embroidered chic kurtas with just a hint of the flora. We imagine the perfect spring outfit to be a stylish kurta paired with comfy pyjamas and palazzos (sans the dupatta!) This way we can cover our favourite bright day aesthetic… being desi yet contemporary with comfortable silhouettes and fabrics. We are adding all the floral kurtas to our cart today, you can too!
Emboldened with a pretty hand block all-over floral pattern, this double layered kurta can be paired any one of your plain pyjamas. The soft cotton fabric is sure to keep you cool even on the warmest of days!
Contrast Hem Anarkali
We love the shirt collar detail in this Anarkali, a sneaky way to deck up without looking like someone who just came from a sangeet! Pair with a fitted legging and smart heels, an ensemble you can wear to work and then after.
Have an especially active day running errands? A combination that we love for just this occasion is a straight kurta paired with denim shorts and sneakers.
Available with a pair of Farshi pants, this peach asymmetrical hem kurta is just the thing to you need to dress down in a fashionably!
Women love the fine turquoise hue! A great addition to your wardrobe will be this sleek A-line kurta with delicate turquoise floral prints, full with a matching inner lining.
A Blossom Sheer
Save this one for a special occasion. The semi-sheer kurta can be paired with a showy palazzo and chic wedges for a laid back festive evening.
Red & White Kalidaars
Perfect for a sunny day out, pair this flared kurta with a rust or red churidaar to bring out the tiny floral buds print. We hope you have your collection of ethnic flats updated!
Mint and Lime are two of the popular offbeat hues spotted for ethnic wear this season. With a dipped hem and keyhole neckline, this kurta will keep you looking effortlessly stylish.
Some of our favourite fashionistas like Kangana and Kareena have been spotted taking the chikankari way. And why not, it’s feminine, subtle and an easy to wear option for any occasion.
Now we know that the tag a bit steep here, but just look at that fantastic floral vine print on the kurta. The all-over back print is a whole another treat on its own!