November 3, 2018
With winters making it presence felt, you must be planning to update your wardrobe. If asked about what is that ‘most found element’ in a woman’s collection, the answer would be KURTI. Whether you are a working mom or a young collegiate, the love for different styles of kurtis remains omnipresent. While these have been in trend for years now, these don’t seem to be going anywhere in the future too. All credit goes to the comfort and style which they bring forth.
So just give an India female a few kurtis and a couple of trousers or leggings, and you can stay rest assured that she is sorted for a couple of months at least. As these are comfortable, versatile, and elegant, it is a go-to for most women.
What about the festive season? You might be having a huge collection at your place. In such a situation, when buying a new kurti doesn’t seem to a feasible option, why not re-style your old stuff. Yes, you can give a new look to your already stacked kurtis without putting much efforts. How?
Here are some amazing ideas to re-define your style with those old kurtis.
Slay it with skirt:
The best thing you can do is pair up your kurtis with some colorful skirts. These days from celebs to fashion bloggers, everyone seems to be in love with this styles. To get it done right ways, look for contrasting and a longer kurti.
Pick the pant style palazzo:
From the big celebs to the ordinary women, everyone seems to be in love with the palazzo pants. These are ethnic and classic. You can adorn the relaxed fit of palazzos and make it ideal your celebration days. It can be are best paired with those straight fit cut kurtas. Either you can go for contrast colors or you can choose matching one with your kurta for a contemporary ethnic look. To add in more pick some antique jewelry pieces to bring in more grace.
Doll up with silk dupatta:
If we say kurti for diwali this may not sound too festive. However, there is trick to catch up with the celebration mode. Yes, you can make it work by adding a rich silk dupatta. The best will be using contrast color. Whether you can invest in a new kanjeevaram dupatta or you can use an old silk saree to make a dupatta out of it. Just pair a raw silk kurta with palazzos and make it a breathtaking dress-up with contrast dupatta.