Indian clothing is all about glamor, charm and everything ostentatious. This explains why the timeless saree still remains the top outfit choice of majority of women in India. However, Indian ethnic wear has registered a paradigm shift with respect to trends, styles, cuts and patterns in recent times.
Today, it is no longer restricted to the nine-yard drape and the more comfy option, salwar kameez. Outfits like lehenga choli, anarkali dress and churidhar kameez create a plethora of options for the female brigade. Top fashion designers from the country are now reimagining traditional wear by fusing western accents and ethnic heritage. This fusion costumes have caught the fancy of not just local buyers but also international audience. One aspect which makes Indian fusion clothing so popular is that it combines all-round comfort, chic silhouettes and contemporary styles. A classic example of a fusion outfit is the perennially fashionable kurti. Today, the market for designer kurtis India is as vibrant as that of sarees and other traditional garbs.
Endless charm and all-round comfort
The kurti, which combines the grace and charm of a long kurta with the comfort and style of a t-shirt, is probably a favourite choice for many women across the country. From models walking down the fashion ramps in designer kurtis to TV serial actresses donning these trendy pieces, it has now become an integral part of every woman’s wardrobe across the length and breadth of India. Find them in an array of fabrics like cotton, chandheri silk or georgette, while you also get to pick from an equally exciting range of colours and cuts.
Team them up with a pair of colour-contrasting leggings, a churidhar, salwar or those baggy palazzos; you can never go wrong with a kurti. For those who wish to create an Indo-western look, a pair of rugged denims can work wonders. The kurti also serves as an all-occasion wear. Be it picking for daily office commute or a friend’s engagement ceremony, you can find them all to suit your taste and occasion.