Trendy is the last stage before tacky
Nobody likes to be overdressed or under-dressed therefore this wedding season go for the ever-trending, party wear kurtis. You can dress them up and even dress them down, according to your preference and the best part? They’re super comfortable and you can groove as much as you want without having to worry about any pallus.
Here are some tips that would go a long time if you want to look ravishing yet feel comfy, this wedding season:
Check your fabric
While selecting the fabric, do make sure it flows on you and must compliment your body-type. You would find a huge range of party wear kurtis in stores right now. Options may vary from cotton, chiffon, velvet, Georgette, crepe, satin and silk. After the particular fabric feels good on your skin, you can decide if you need printed kurtis or you want to stick to a plain.
Make a style statement and pick a beautiful long kurti that has been highlighted by thread work, patch-work, shibori, kundan or even digital prints. There are a number of fancy designer kurtis to choose from at fashion markets, which are truly a game changer. You don’t need to worry about accessorizing them as the bling on it would be enough to make you a star of the party!
Pair it perfect
It’s really important to select a bottom which is as easy like wearing a second skin. Cotton leggings go perfectly with all the fabrics but culottes are what have been in the news. You can choose from the basic plain white to the one’s that has same embroidery, just like your embroidery.
Different cuts and sleeves
Fancy kurtis comes in all cuts and patterns. From cold shoulder kurti to off shoulder, from digital cuts to a high-low pattern, you’d be able to find every trending style on party wear kurtis too. As the 70’s fashion trends are all set come back this fall, you can choose an off-shoulder printed long kurti with frilled sleeves and show all the aunties you have you fashion game strong.
Do not go over-board with accessories. Remember, less is more! Wear a pair of jhumkas or chandbalis’ to keep it minimal at chic. Pair your kurti with an embellished Punjabi-jutti to complete the look.
Kurtis are really popular among young women who prefer being traditional yet trendy. There is wide variety of elegant as well as versitile options to choose from. Happy shopping!