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Fashion is something that changes with time and brings in more and more modern trends. It is one of the fundamental things in life. One of the most amazing things about fashion is that fashion is not just what you wear or how you wear it; it embodies who you really are and how you truly perceive things around you. Fashion is a statement, not necessarily made in a conscious manner. The statement that fashion makes is made from the inner thoughts of the person who is willing to try that fashion, and whatever may lie inside that person's heart, automatically becomes what he or she likes to wear.

Sometimes, fashion can also act more than a simple statement. fashion is also about beauty, looks and most importantly, comfort. If you are not comfortable wearing what you are, no matter how beautiful or fit you may look, you would still not look as good as your real potential is. If you are comfortable on the other hand, even in baggy clothes or faded ones, your comfort itself can make the world brighter by your presence. That is the beauty of comfort, it does way more than just putting a smile on your face.


Indian fashion has evolved immensely over the last few decades. If you look back, Indian fashion, particularly the ones targeting women were more modest and of a completely different style. Also, the place or the region where you live has either a positive or negative aspect of the fashion statement of the people. In India particularly, you'd find that there are certain limitations to what you can or cannot wear, in respect to the place you're currently residing in or you are planning to visit. Other than that, even the outlook that you have n life and how you should look like, and sometimes the outlook or the ideas of the people whose opinions matter to you, can cast either a positive or negative shadow on your personal taste of fashion. Therefore, the tradition, the ideals, outlooks and a lot of other things actively contribute to your choice of garment.


India is a place whose basic fashion culture is quite different from the rest of the world. The tradition and culture of this country are ancient and extremely valuable, and of course, is one of the leading factors that affect the fashion of this country. Indian fashion mostly puts a lot of focus on fashion being bright and beautiful, particularly agreeing with the age and social status of a person. Moreover, the fashion in this country also puts a lot of attention to the covering of the female body, and it is normally preached for a woman to keep herself covered modestly at all times. Two of the most popular fashion garments used and worn all over the country is Kurti and Saree. Both of them have their roots in India, and Kurti is generally regarded as a more modern garment and also a more comfortable one too.

There are various types of Kurtis available in this country. A Kurtis is generally a piece of garment that covers the upper part of the body at varying lengths. Some Kurtis is as long as touching the knee of a particular person, while some Kurtis is short and can even be passed for a top. Nevertheless, here are some types of Kurtis mentioned and classified properly.


There is a particular type of Kurti, also known as an A-line Kurti which is quite popular amongst the women in this country. This type of Kurti is generally long and can be worn with any type of lower pants, which can be either leggings or jeans or jeggings for that matter. The style of the Kurtis is straight, giving a sleek look to the person wearing it. It is generally recommended for women whose body shapes are either apple-shaped or pear-shaped, meaning they have a heavier bottom.


Frock styled Kurti is another popular type of Kurti around the place. As the name suggests, the Kurti is shaped like a frock. This type of Kurti is generally worn on casual occasions and are best matched with scarfs and long boots. They give a casual day-to-day appearance and are extremely comfortable for anyone who wears them.


Anarkali styled Kurtis is another extremely popular style of Kurti amongst the female population of India. Anarkali styled Kurtis are seen commonly being worn by women on festive occasions. These types of Kurtis are really long, sometimes below the knee length or till the calf. The upper part of these type of Kurtis is basically broad, and the middle part is stitched with ribbons or other things to make them look like they are pulled closer, giving it a slim appearance around the waist. The bottom part again is quite round and free-flowing, with pleads stitched on them. They look best when worn with fitted bottoms, like leggings. They perform the best when they are worn for festive occasions and are teamed up with a bit of heavy jewelry. They are also perfect with pear body shapes and apple body shapes, along with women blessed with an hourglass figure.


Flared Kurtis is in rage in the modern world. These Kurtis are particularly popular because they fit amazingly on women who are blessed with a slim figure. These types of Kurtis are generally made without any sleeves, and they look extremely well on women who have thinner figures as it enhances their bodily features better than any other type of Kurti. They also look amazingly well when worn with tight bottoms, like leggings and jeggings, and most with leggings. They can be used as the perfect casual wear for women, and can also be worn on occasions if paired perfectly with proper accessories. Therefore, it can be said that flared Kurtis are extremely modern and better fitted on women.

Here were the four most popular type of Kurtis currently available in India. Depending on your body type, you can choose the one that would fit you the best. 

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