We are continuing our Types of Kurti article.
The design of the flared kurtis includes a well fitted upper body followed by long frills without any constrictions in between. Flares are feminine beauty and give gorgeous, rich look for party time.
This fusion of Indian kurti and western shirt is trendy choice for your office wardrobe! The shirt style kurtis can be described as a nice fusion of shirts and kurtis and due to the presence of formal shirt like collar these kurtis give a smart look. While shirt style kurtis are an ideal fit for regular use and also for the office
High-low is modern type of kurti. In this type of kurti, the front hem is shorter compared to the back. The High-low kurti not only gives you stylish looks but also add feminine touch to the attire.
Kaftan style kurti:
Kaftan inspired kurtis have marked their place in today’s women’s wardrobe. These kurtis come with flowy sides that give a different look. The kaftan style kurtis are very stylish and they suit perfectly the heavy as well as the skinny women. Kaftan style kurtis come in different lengths.
Princess Cut kurti:
Princess cut is a special type of cutting that enhances the curvaceous look of a feminine body. Kurtis with princess cut looks stylish and elegant. They are known as shaped seams which can start from the shoulder or armhole and end at the waist or continue down, shaping the full length of the garment across the waist and hips.