Women in Pakistan, as in any other country, are somewhat selective and obsessive when it comes to fashion, of course what exactly is it like? Kurtis is a popular preference especially when women are in the mood to brag about some extra elegance, mixed with elegance. This is why this blog is here to illustrate the newest kurti designs.
Whether you are a working woman or a college girl, you agree that the kurti is not just a style statement but a key clothes. Too hot outdoors? We put on a light kurti fabric. For those traditional festive occasions? Corti is the perfect outfit.
As with many other clothes, Curtis also falls under the fashion category that arose and was inspired by the subcontinent, and although the differences had crept over time, resulting in an extended Karti family, the primary ethnic appearance was rarely influenced by designers .
Kurti Designs has evolved over the decades, displaying a mixture of trends, design and jewelry while maintaining cultural appeal. Moving on to the myriad styles of Kurtis and the popularity of this outfit that has spread like wild fire over the years both locally and internationally, you’ll be spoiled for choice once you look at the current kurti designs that should offer.
Prints are always in
Most suitable for every season. why? Since almost every fabric can handle some prints and gameplay, but that’s not the only reason why this is the most popular fashion collection. Be it your regular office day or Hangout with your gang, the digital and digital kurti never fails to impress you.
- Say Sleeves!
They’re one of the defining features of any kurti these days. Your kurti may be drenched in adornments from neck to the hem but don’t take your eyes off the sleeves. Attention to sleeves and experimenting with them is no novel phenomenon in eastern fashion neither does it belong solely to modern-day designs or designers for that matter. Reviving styles from the 70s and 80s, sleeves are no longer restricted to cap, half, three quarter or full. Provided that you don’t want your kurti design to be too simple these sleeve-styles breathe life into an otherwise ordinary kurti:
- Bells are trending: Beginning in a comfortable fit from the arms and flaring down from the elbow onwards into a bell shape, these sleeves are a style that dates back to the filmy era of the 70’s and look great in any type of kurti particularly young girls’ kurtis.
- Tie the knot: Tying a knot is considered being fashion forward these days, in your kurtis’ sleeves we mean!
- Show them a cold shoulder, in your kurti obviously! Cold shoulder sleeves are what’s happening most in kurtis nowadays.
- Steal the cuffs from the boys! Cuff sleeves in kurti designs are more of a contemporary, working woman’s thing, maintaining a look of sophistication while retaining the spirit of ethnic fashion.
- A slit in fashion: Slit-open sleeves are now a part of contemporary fashion. Varying from sleeves that flare right from the shoulder to those that have an opening just below the elbows.
Neck-lines and hem styles
Think you can just live with a simple V-neck kurti or a straight hem these days? Gone are the days when this would suffice. Fashion is all about innovation in present times and to go with the flow you need to know what’s chic and trending in hems and neck lines. Additionally these can play a vital role in your over-all appearance. How? Find out below
- The boat neck: As the name suggests, this neck-line is shaped like a boat and is usually great for making your shoulders look a bit broader. So if you’re a lady with somewhat lean shoulders this is the neck style you’d want in your kurti design.
- Chic Collars: Though more of a western style, a collared neck-line adds a voguish touch to an otherwise traditional kurti design. Though this mostly adds allure to a western face-cut, the collars are often designed to suit eastern faces all the same.
- Ben’s a ten in kurti designs: This is perhaps the most popular of all collar styles since it not only adds a smart look to your kurti but complements women with a long, slender neck as well as those with a broader one since the length of the ben can be varied to suit both types of necks.
- Take it up a notch: Since notch necklines are designed to reveal a greater portion of your neck, they are for women who like to flaunt their neck with grace.
- Over-lapping in fashion: One over the other, this hem-style is actually the courtesy of an over-lapping front panel which makes the over-all look of a desi shirt, explicitly modish.
- Round it out a bit: Once popular in shalwar kameez, the rounded hem is now a trend in the kurti world as well. It not only gives the traditional kurti a chic look but also makes you look a tad bit younger and hip.
- High-low hem: Usually lower from the back and high at the front, this hem style’s what any woman would want since it suits all body types, from pear shaped to lean figures.
- Going Sideways: The trend craze has no end! Sprinkling a touch of vogue in the otherwise traditional kurti, a diagonal hems dominate the style sheets.
Adornments to adore
Glamorized to perfection! Kurtis these days are not just your daily, casual go-to but the most popular attire for your festive occasions owing to glittery adornments, tassels, pearls, zari work, organza details and embedded stones.