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7 Kurti Sleeves Styles & Designs Trending in 2020

As a fashion enthusiast, you probably already know that small details such as the style of sleeves can change the entire look of a kurti. While shopping for kurtis, you need to pay close attention to the sleeves design and their length. The sleeves design may dictate a lot of things such as which occasion a kurti is suitable for. For example, some sleeves designs may be suitable for a casual occasion and if you wear them to office or on a formal occasion, you may end up feeling a bit out of place.
In this guide, we are going to explain the different types of sleeves which are most common and popular in 2020:

Bell sleeves
Though bell sleeves have been around for a long time, they have become a rage recently. As the name suggests, the sleeves usually end at the elbow. Attached to it is a flair-like shape as shown in the image below. These types of sleeves give you a modern appearance, so if you are attending a party where you want to flaunt your style and fashion sense, you can consider wearing a kurti with bell sleeves.

Roll up sleeves
If you want to flaunt your self-confidence and personality in a causal way, kurtis with roll up sleeves are the best choice. Usually held up by buttons, you can roll up these sleeves. Alternatively, you can open them fully. Roll up sleeves come in many different designs. You will find beautiful embroidery consistent with the embroidery on kurti front in many designs. These types of sleeves are the best for casual occasions; however, you can wear kurti with roll sleeves to office and other formal occasions.

Straight ¾ or quarter sleeves
This is the most common type of kurti sleeves design. These sleeves reaches up to almost half of your forearm (between elbow and wrist). The majority of kurtis have quarter sleeves for the reason that they are suitable for all types of occasions. Some design elements such as fancy buttons can be added to make the sleeves look more fashionable.

Shoulder knot
Kurtis with shoulder knot sleeves are usually sleeveless. Kurti is held up with a knot around the shoulder. They are a perfect choice if you are looking for a fusion of ethnic and western look. The prints on the kurti, its length and some other factors determine which occasion a particular dress with shoulder knot sleeves is suitable for. Depending on these factors, you can wear them to a party as well as your office.

Tank Sleeves
These types of sleeves are mostly suitable for a western or casual appearance. If you have ever worn a tank top, you will quite easily understand the design of tank sleeves. Take a look at the image below.

Open sleeves
The sleeves are straight up to the elbow and then attached to them are another part of the sleeves that is much wider and more open. They are a good choice if you are looking for a western appearance. Kurtis with open sleeves are usually long. The wider part of the sleeves is designed in many different ways. They can be similar to bell sleeves in design, but the flair is usually wider than that of bell sleeves.

Chudidar sleeves
They are a perfect choice for a formal occasion, though you can wear wholesale kurtis catalog with chudidar sleeves on any accession. As the name suggests, they are usually full length with chudi-shape (bangle shape) designs at the end of the sleeve.

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Comment by peter on October 2, 2020 at 4:20am

Thanks for sharing the sleeves design. I really likes the designs.


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