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Cotton is best suited for the summer season. Therefore, during summer, most of the women shift to cotton Kurtis. The cotton fabric is breathable which allows air to flow freely without any trouble. This keeps your body cool. But if you visit any store asking for cotton Kurtis, the seller will show you and a variety of designs that are different from each other, though the basic element is cotton. To avoid feeling awkward, here are the common types of cotton, which you must know before you visit any store to buy cotton Kurti.

A-Line Kurtis

 Cotton Kurtis is very comfortable during the summer but the most comfortable Kurti is the A-Line Kurti. This is the most versatile Kurti and this looks best when it is worn with skinny leggings or churidar. The A-line Kurti has an edgy design, which compliments all the ages of women. This Kurti gives you a classy and elegant look. You can enhance the look further using a dupatta or a stole of your choice.

Short Kurtis

One of the types of Kurti that never goes out of trend is Short Kurtis. They are popular for a very long time and they are very famous among the younger generation. You can keep more stocks of this Kurti if you want. This is the best and the ideal choice when you are going out for a casual walk or an event. The pair of short cotton Kurti with denim or shorts would certainly look very beautiful. You can flaunt this look and you will certainly be appreciated. There are a lot of Kurti designs in the market but for the best short Kurti, you can choose the ones which are crafted from a hakoba or a chikankari fabric which is a treat to the eyes. You can choose this as formal wear as well.

Anarkali Kurtis

The Anarkali Kurti is a perfect ode to the craftsmanship of the Mughal Empire. This is a fashionable style of kurti. There are very flowy and add a royal taste to the drape of the Kurti Anarkali Kurtis are generally not worn as daily wear but rather for special occasions like festivals, weddings or a social gathering. They have heavy embroidery along with embellishesemnets along the borders. However, these all are customizable and you can get a softer look.

Long Kurtis

Long Kurtis is a fairly new addition to the fashion industry. Although they are new, they have been an instant hit since the time they have entered the industry. Their main reason for their popularity is its tradition and contemporary look which it brings along with it. You can wear them with a number of dresses and accessories such as salwars, leggings, churidars or pants. This is clothing which many of the younger ladies prefer since it provides a traditional look.

Angarkha Kurti

The main origin of the Angrakha style of kurti is in Rajasthan. The musician’s outfit from the courtroom inspires this outfit. The front portion of this outfit is overlapping. The Angrakha Kurti, which is in the style of Anarkali, is on-trend nowadays. There are different fabrics and designs to choose from, you can choose them depending on your choices, and the events where you are planning to wear the Angrakha Kurti. You can wear it with leggings, straight pants, palazzos, and churidar. You can also add other accessories to your Angrakha Kurti. You can put on beautiful earrings, bangles, and dupatta. You must avoid wearing these with tights or jackets and avoid wearing them bottomless.

Dhoti style Kurti

Dhotis have always been a part of the ethnic wear of men but they no longer are the same. These cotton Kurtis have now become a part of the ethnic wear of women. There are different outfits available in the dhoti style. These include the dhoti styled Kurtis, gowns, and even sarees for that matter. You will find all these styles trending nowadays. They are the new styles of kurti and are a new innovation. They fit the best with tights and leggings and if you can style it in the right way, you can wear them bottomless as well. However, this does not go well with a lot of other things as well. This includes churidars, palazzos, jeans, and patialas. These are also not ideal for wearing it into any formal events or interviews. They are best for party events and must not wear otherwise.

Flared Kurti

Flared Kurtis is an example of a classic Kurti style. They give an elegant look to women and make them look a lot attractive. You can wear them as casual wear or formal wear. There is a flare in this type of cotton Kurti which swings in both the ways. The hemline of this Kurti is open like a skirt, which makes the dress feel like bouncing. They look very gorgeous if you can style it in the right way. This flared Kurti can be paired with almost all the casual outfits like full jeans, ankle-length jeans, and legging and cigarette pants. These all will give you a retro look which will make you look different and unique than the rest. This look is still incomplete and you can wear a jacket in order to complete the entire look.

Tail Cut Kurti

Most of the Kurtis can be worn for both days as well as casual wear, but the tail Kurti is an exception. You can wear the tail cut Kurti to any casual event, which you feel like, and you will look like the star of the event but this Kurtis is not the best options for any formal events. You might feel odd when you do so. The short cut in the front portion can identify this Kurtis while the back portion is kept long. This looks like a tail. They go best with leggings or jeggings style. The combination of tail cut kurti and cigarettes are the hottest trends right now.


You can pick up any of these cotton Kurti during the summer and you will be ready to look attractive along with feeling comfortable.

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