Women today are fashion conscious. The wardrobe of any working woman today would consist of Indian and Western wear. Summer/Spring/ winter collections on the ramp by designers in India & abroad hugely influence the choice of clothing for any working woman.
A kurti is the most frequently used item of clothing. The comfort they offer and the acceptability of kurtis on every occasion makes them so popular.
Types of kurti designs given below are timeless ones which continue to be in vogue forever. These styles would be easily available in any wholesale market for kurtis in Mumbai.
Lucknow Chikan kurti – A white chikan kurti is something you can wear at a formal event, an office meeting or a condolence visit. Wear the right accessories for the right event and you own a multipurpose kurti in your wardrobe. It can be worn with skinny jeans or white churidars. Chikan kurtis are worn loose and are ideal for summers. However it s a classic and be pulled off at any event. Remember when in doubt, wear black? Well that statement is passé now because white is the new black.
Embroidery kurti – A kurti with intricate gold or silver embroidery is an ideal piece of clothing for any formal occasion. A chiffon kurti and churidar set in a pastel shade with intricate silver thread embroidery around the neck and wrist, worn with classic diamonds will make any woman stand apart.
Tunics/ Short kurtis – Mostly in cotton fabrics these are very popular for office wear. For a semi formal look simply team this up with a pair of skinny jeans. A plain tunic can be worn with an attractive printed stole.
Printed kurtis (Rajasthani/ Jaipuri/ Bartic) – These prints almost have never gone out of style. Due to their popularity these prints are not just used by the state of origin but also by kurti manufacturers in Mumbai and all over India.
Anarkali kurti – Leading Bollywood ladies are lately making public appearances wearing Anarkali kurtis . Kurti sellers have observed and upward trend in the sale of Anarkali style kurtis.. This style is classic than timeless. Anarkali style kurtis are available in cotton fabrics with various prints and plain chiffons with embroidery. They look best with a pair of leggings or churidars.
Do watch out this space for latest trends in kurtis for a different season. Until then, happy dressing!