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THE STYLING LESSON IN KURTIS THAT YOU DEFINITELY DON’T WANNA SKIP

Clothes are one of the most important parts of our daily lives. As we have heard since we were young that the three most important parts of our lives are food, shelter, and clothing. Humans have evolved quite a bit, and one of the first things they chose when they transformed from orangutans is that they needed to cover themselves. No other animal on the planet covers themselves as the humans do. It is one of our primary features driven by our primal human emotions. Those humans invented clothes that are worn by every human being all over the world, and they come in various shapes, sizes, and styles. So, today we are going to talk about those clothes, and what transforms them.

Kurti is one of the best ethnic wear that you normally find in the country of India. People of all ages wear Kurtis in India as well as the various variables of Kurti. It has become one of the most popular garments in this country. It is a garment with different upper and lower parts. It is extremely comfortable to wear and easy to carry for long hours as well. There are several different types of Kurtis that you can find around and take your pick from them. These Kurtis differ in the shape, structure, color, embroidery and other factors from each other, making it truly a remarkable and unique blend of tradition, culture and of course, style.

WHY CHOOSE KURTIS OVER OTHER GARMENTS?

Kurtis is one of the most comfortable clothes that a person can wear. In India, which is a country of tradition and culture, comfort always gets left behind. When you choose to wear a Kurti, you choose comfort along with it as well. The two pieces of clothing that make a Kurti what it is, is also extremely comfortable and convenient to wear at the same time. Women can go around, walk, run and do all sorts of things if she chooses to wear Kurti is the dressing style allows her to. It is way more convenient than a Saree.

Another important thing when it comes to Kurti is the fact that it covers all parts of your body modestly. It is a garment that has Indian origins and is accepted by Indian women all over the world. It reflects the history and tradition of India and goes well with the hot climate of this country at the same time. You can choose to wear sleeveless Kurtis which are made up of fabric that is light and airy, giving you quite a bit of relief in the hot and humid climate of the country. All in all, Kurti becomes one of the best garments to try if you are in India. There are several different types of Kurti from where you can choose the one you like. All the styles vary greatly from one another and in this huge ocean of choices, it is ultimately your pick.

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF KURTIS FOUND IN INDIA?

Various types of Kurtis are found in this country. Here is a list of the few best and the most common types of Kurti found in the country of India:

A-LINE STYLE KURTIS:

This is one of the most commonly found Kurti style in the whole country. The Kurtis are designed in a straight line, often representing an A. They are normally worn as casual wear by different types of women as they are best fitted for regular use. They look particularly good on women who have a skinny bone structure, as it helps them to bring out the special features of their body. A-line Kurtis can be both sleeveless and also with sleeves as well. They are comfortable and easy to carry as well.

SHIRT STYLED KURTIS:

Shirt style Kurtis is one of the more modern variations of Kurti worn by women of the country of India. They are a mixture of a shirt and a Kurti distinctively. They are generally long and they look like a long shirt as well. The checkered design is one of the most common designs when it comes to shirt styled Kurtis. You can easily wear them on regular occasions as they are comfortable up to a great extent and look particularly good as well. They are fitted for women of all types of bone structure and can be used as office wear as well as casual wear.

FLARED KURTIS:

Flared Kurtis is another excellent choice for a casual Kurti. They are, as their name suggests, flared at the bottom part. They look quite like an umbrella after the hemline of the Kurti. The Kurti can be as long or short as you may like it to be. They are generally preferred as a great garment for any sort of casual outing or even for office hours. They are extremely comfortable too.

ANARKALI:

Anarkali is an extremely popular Kurti type found in India. They are a long type of upper garment which looks particularly good when paired with a pair of tight bottoms such as leggings. They are one of the most important ethnic wear in the whole country. They should be styled with a bit of heavy jewelry to bring up a major impact.  You can see Kathak dancers wearing a lot of Anarkali during their performances. They are perfect for special occasions like wedding and other occasions of the same sort.

CONCLUSION

All of these Kurtis are remarkable. They are one of the most important types of garment that is worn around in the country by women of all means. They are comfortable and are easy to carry around, and easier to walk around as well, compared to that of a saree. Therefore, Kurtis, make this amazing piece of garment that is perfect for all types of women in this country and are also suited according to the climate of the region.

 

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Comment by Alejandra W on September 7, 2019 at 7:47am

Wonderful collections of kurti.

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