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Kurta Styles for Festive Season

Kurta Styles for Festive Season – Hi everyone! Diwali is just at our doorstep and its time for lots of shopping, dressing up, eating sweets and spreading happiness. So what are you wearing this Diwali? I am sure you already have started planning for it, because you just can’t take out anything from the wardrobe and wear it on Diwali. When it comes to festive wear, we all prefer traditional ethnic outfits. Diwali is after all the perfect time to get dressed up in ethnic outfit, accessories and matching hair-do. Talking about ethnic outfits, this generation prefers something that is high in comfort and no wonder kurta and a bottom is on top of our list. Keeping that in mind, here we will discuss about Kurta Styles for Festive Season. Let’s get started 🙂

Kurta Styles for Festive Season

Kurta Styles for Festive Season

Front Slit Kurta

Front Slit Kurta

Kurtas also get makeover like any fashion attire and this festive season the front slit kurtas are in trend. They are the perfect combination of style and tradition. A front slit kurta looks best when paired with a churidar or slim pants. But make sure to choose contrast color.

Asymmetrical Kurta

Asymmetrical Kurta

Asymmetrical kurtas look very stylish and make you look ultra chic without putting much effort. Pair it with a contrast colored leggings and you are ready to rock this Diwali.

V style Cape Kurta

V style Cape Kurta

Capes have added style to otherwise regular kurta and bottom. V style cape kurtas look just fabulous. The high V cut on the front and sharp, low V at the back makes it look different than the rest. The beautiful and abstract embroidery looks super cool. So pick one of these and get ready to turn heads this festive season.

Also read

How to Style Long Kurta

Clothes that can be Worn Both Traditional and Western Style

Different Styles of Ethnic Dresses as per Body Shapes

How to Get Ready for Indian Festive Season

Layer it Up

Layer it Up

Kurtas when paired with crop jackets or long ethnic jackets look wonderful. If you live in a place where Diwali night gives a winter like feel (like here in Kolkata), pick your favorite color kurta and layer it up with a matching full sleeve crop jacket for the perfect Indian fall look.

Kurta with Ethnic Maxi Skirt

Kurta with Ethnic Maxi Skirt

This is an winning combination. For a pure traditional look, you can wear an anarkali suit with lehenga. But those who want to go ethnic without being too overdressed, choose a straight cut long kurta and pair it with a ethnic maxi skirt.

So there you have some of the Kurta Styles for Festive Season. Hope you like it 🙂 Do share your favorite from the list in the comment section below.

About Rashmita Rakshit

Rashmita Rakshit
Rashmita is born & brought up in Kolkata, She is a pure Bengali by heart. Makeup and Food are her biggest weaknesses. She has a good amount of cookbook in her collection.Traveling is her another love. She dreams to travel the entire world some time. She believes in 'tell the world what you intend to do, but first show it'.

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