Do you love ethnic dresses more over western ones? Then you must read this blog!
Being a woman, every time we want is some diversity in the same type. And don’t you think there is loads of variety when we just talk about ethnic wears? Be it your wedding ceremony, casual hanging out, social gathering or party hard at night, traditional dresses have always something unique in their ‘pitaara’ for all fashion enthusiasts. Personally, I love kurtis for women at the most because they can be worn at any time over any mood. So don’t worry if you are feeling little pissed off or really high for the hour, they can never go wrong when clubbed smartly.
Have you heard the latest song of ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’, ‘BreakUp Party’? Anushka Sharma really reformed our thought that we can actually wear long kurtis at night clubs as well.
Read out some important points to consider when you are choosing kurtis to wear in all occasions.
Note Down Its Length
Always give priority to its length because ultimately it will decide the sophistication of the occasion. Medium lengths are too boring, shorts are mysteriously sass and longs are pretty elegant. Scroll through kurtis online shopping portal and get one of each style to match with the event’s mood.
Work Pattern – Neither Too Bright Nor Subtle
We think that too bright is for party and jovial sense and subtle is just for the ‘leave me alone’ situation. Let’s break this monotony and choose a mixture of bright and subtle. Embroidered or thread work or chikan work on Anarkali kurti give a royal appeal to the attire itself. Avoid too much of work patterns or broad border works.
Little bit collar or border embellishment can give a touch up to the attire but too much of them can also throttle the essence of luxe. So, be aware of choosing heavy embellished kurtis for women.
Sleeves & Neck Design Is Important
Quarter sleeves and mandarin collar are the most demanding style types in online kurtis. Whether it is summer or autumn or winter, quarter sleeves can never go wrong and do not make you feel uneasy at any temperature. And a little bit embroidery at collars can add luxe to the whole attire.
Yellow, peach, turquoise or say pastel colours are the saviour here when you’re too lazy to have wardrobe filled kurtis and just have a few collections of kurtis. Colour blocks in Anarkali kurtis are the latest hit of the year. Layering can be done if the colours of the same kurti are contrasting. If you are confused, straightly go with single coloured kurti.