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Welcome back, Kurti lover! As promised earlier, we are here again with a new list of trendy and chic Indian kurtis where we will be discussing 5 equally chic and vibrant Kurti designs.

We hope that you have read our previous article on some amazing Indian Kurtis. If not, then don’t worry. You can always read it and make yourself familiar with the other set that we have compiled for you. For the time being, read on to find out more about some more fascinating and smart ethnic Indian Kurtis and become a head-turner.

Indian Kurtis that everyone loves

1. Angrakha

This Indian Kurti owes its style to the ‘Angrakha’ (meaning ‘protection of the body) tunics worn by men at royal courts in ancient times. It comes with two flaps on each side which can be tied with the help of strings, or it could just simply be a printed Indian Kurti with an ‘Angrakha’ look. 

The Angrakha Kurti gives a combination of a traditional and modern look which can be worn with leggings or cigarette pants. This is one unique look that will never go out of style because of its simple yet quirky design.

2. Reversible Kurti

Having a reversible Kurti is like getting two Kurtis for the value of one. It comes in a variety of lengths, necklines, prints, fabrics, and different customized detailing. Be it at the office or almost any occasion, wearing a reversible Kurti is like a win-win situation because it will never go out of style. Pair it with jeans, trousers, or leggings to complete the look and minimal jewelry with dewy make-up to go with it.

3. Trail Cut Kurti

This again is one of the new styles of Kurti and it has a different charm to it altogether. It has a C-shaped cut on either side and looks best in fabrics such as Georgette, chiffon and so on. With its asymmetrical hemline and bright prints, it has become a hit among women who want to add glamour to their fashion statement. It looks best when worn with leggings, jeggings or churidars and the more junk jewelry with it, the better.

4. Mandarin (Chinese) Collar Kurti

This Indian Kurti is meant for anyone and everyone who wants to look glamorous and feel comfortable too. With a chic mandarin collar and rolled-up sleeves, it can be worn as work wear, leisurewear or even at home. It is usually preferred in fabrics like Cotton or Rayon and simple prints.

You can accessorize as much as you want with this as it compliments almost any look and is appropriate for any occasion. Leggings, jeans, trousers, jeggings, palazzos and almost any ethnic bottom-wear can be paired with this Kurti.

5. Straight Kurti

This simple yet modern style of Kurti is again a must-have in the wardrobes of women who put comfort as their priority. As the name suggests, it is a Kurti with a straight cut with usually no flares at the bottom and it can run till the knee, calf, or ankle. The most favored fabric for this type is Cotton as it is worn at the office, formal gatherings, and casual evenings. Try it out with a pair of fitted jeans, leggings, or cigarette pants to complete the look.

Which Indian Kurti Did You Like?

That was the end of our tryst with different Indian Kurtis. Hope you found these Kurtis as attractive as I did.

If you liked what you read, please share your feedback with us and pass it on to anyone who would be willing to know more about this elegant piece of clothing. We had fun compiling this list for you and hopefully, our style tips will come in handy when you require a last-minute fix before heading out.

Ankita is a Digital Marketing enthusiast who loves to explore and learn about new things. Her life revolves around her family and she enjoys listening to Korean Pop music. She always tries to put in her best in whatever she does and takes lessons from every aspect of life.

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