When it comes to trying the most fashionable attires in this festive season we definitely think about kurtis, one’s spoilt for choice as there are infinite numbers of trend new-ins that one can certainly add to a kurti. A kurti is a conventional Indian wear that celebrates the spirit of being an amazing woman. Kurtis have been on the radar of top designers as well as the top-notch stylists have time and again always re-worked their charisma elegant kurti to suit the tastes of every modern women and for every occasion. Festive kurtis are high on charm, charm, bling and style along with a tinge of elegance and feminism.
Here are a few newest trends that are completely in trend in this year’s haute couture:
Collars from the Victorian age
Trust our ancestors when it comes to style for they knew the sheer real meaning of the word ‘royal’. The Victorian period, named after Queen Victoria, has lots of fashion motivation to steal from. In the Victorian age, ruffled sleeves, ruffled collars, and puffed sleeves were a rage as they added a touch of elegance to any dull clothing. These astonishing styles add quality to any item of clothing and ace up the fashion a-game. One can try-out with various kinds of puffs and ruffles when it comes to Indian kurtis. One can also take on the trend of big, flowing dresses from the Victorian period and show the world who the queen is!
Whimsical Prints Kurtis
While traditional embroidery and prints are evergreen, it’s the right time you give those classics a break as well as bring on your style with jokey & whimsical prints of fairies, flowers, animals, brids, etc. One can also design a designer kurti with prints of stunning landscapes as well as tall skyscrapers. These add a complete new dimension to the wearer’s uniqueness. Even though such prints are a wrath, they’re not everybody’s cup of tea. The bold whimsical prints can easily be pulled off only by an equally strong individuality. So make sure that the fashion and styles you choose best flatter your aura.
Bold V-necks Kurtis
Plunging deep V-necks look completely rich and feminine, with a little skin-show. Although this style is more in style in western dresses, a lot of tinsel town divas and fashion enthusiast can be seen adopting a deep plunging v-neckline in jacket style as well as long evening wear kurtis. This style in kurtis is the most efficient way to easily jazz up a simple dress. Plunging necklines are actually best paired with structured silhouette and make an unimpeachable option for parties and off-duty looks. It’s advisable to avoid this bold look for work place.
Mixing And Matching Kurtis
A jacket style embroidery kurtis looks great when paired with a beautiful lehenga, but have you ever thought of pairing it with a traditional dhoti? Well, a very stylish way to slay a long, front open beautiful jacket is by pairing it with the simple yet traditional dhoti. Gone are the days when these dhotis were a thing of men only. As several Bollywood divas like Karishma Kapoor has been seen to rock this style. Such a trendiest style is best paired with stilettoes and high ponytail. For this stunning look, high neck kurtis are the best alternative. Similarly, you can mix and match several different fashion trends to create your own exceptional style statement.