It’s true, Indian women and traditional kurtis are inseparable! Call it the love for Indian wear or just the liberty to be able to experiment with it. Kurtis are known for its variability and the comfort and style they provide. However, as time is changing more and more styles have come up with various twists to the traditional kurti. Though kurtis are available in array of materials, designs and patterns, there is one such fabric that will always remain our go-to for all seasons and occasions. Yes, we are talking about Cotton kurtis. Not only are they popularly known for their comfort and the breathy fabric but lately also for the various styles they are available in. Let’s take a look at some our top picks in Cotton kurti styles.
1. Long straight cotton kurti
These kurtis have become very popular among working women. They not only are a perfect choice for Indian formals but also add color to your rather dull day and you can wear them for long hours due to the fabric. Huge printed designs look beautiful and rich on the kurti. They also embrace your height and posture.
2. The modern high-low cotton kurti
Talking about new in fashion, these kurtis had to be a part of this list! The kurtiis shorter from the front and longer from back creating a high-low pattern. The kurti gives a modern touch to the traditional style. The cotton fabric falls gracefully on your body making you look feminine and enhances your curves. The best part is that they are well suited for casual outings and also parties too. You can even wear it for a regular day in office by pairing it up with skinny jeans or leggings or jeggings.
3. Anarkali cotton kurti
A great option for family functions and parties is an anarkali kurti. It makes you look effortlessly stylish and elegant. A good color combination of the anarkali plays an important role. This kurti style is perfect for women who don’t like to go over-board even at big occasions. You can opt for a simple cotton anarkali with minimal boarder design. It can be a printed design if you do not wish to wear something heavy or it can be embroiled. Let the border do the talking.
4. Printed cotton kurtis
Printed kurtis can perform the function of a casual as well as an office look. They are very light and comfortable to slip into. Since the material is very versatile, you can find these kurtis in numerous print types such as chevron print or digital prints or block prints.
5. A tail-cut cotton kurti
Similar to a c-cut kurti yet different. This kurti has its edges longer than the middle portion. The style of the kurti itself is unique which is why not much attention is required for the design. Go for a cotton kurti combined with some other fabric. This will help add the flowy effect to the kurti and yet you’ll be able to keep it stylish.
6. An angrakha cotton kurti
Popular among celebrities, angrakha kurti is lately doing its rounds and everyone is in love with them! An angrakha kurti has two similar or two contrasting flaps overlapping each other and tied with a knot in the side. Adapted from the royal ancient times, this tunic-type kurti is becoming everyone’s favorite because of its feminine and stylish look. An angrakha anarkali Kurti is chosen popularly for big events such as weddings.
7. Go chic with a cotton jacket
Pair a simple kurti along with a cotton jacket made with traditional embroidery. Trust us it looks fabulous! The jacket gives a very trendy look to the kurti and makes it look effortless to pull off a special day out. It gives the much needed oomph to a simple kurti. A contrast color combination will make your style statement an effortless one.
8. Shirt style cotton kurti
Have you ever tried fusion of Indian traditional kurti and western shirt? Yes ladies, it surely does exist. This is a go-to for all office-going women who like to keep it formal yet very stylish. Pair it with jeans or jeggings. The breathable material and the shirt style is a perfect combination of comfort and style.
9. A long slit cotton kurti
As simple as it sounds, the kurti has slits which is its major highlight. You can find a center as well as a side slit kurti, whichever suits you the best. The long kurti style along with slits gives you a very edgy look. The kurti is made of light fabric and works well for summers. Naturally when you talk about summers, nothing beats cotton fabric.