Kurti trend

2022 Kurti trend alert for Weddings & Festivals

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Kurtis are the gateway to Indian ethnic wear for women. They are timeless, elegant, and have a soft-elegant touch that’s why women of all ages wear Kurtis. They can be paired with lehenga skirts, palazzo pants, sharara pants, dhotis, leggings, and even jeans. There are a zillion Kurti patterns, styles, designs, cuts, lengths, and colours available online.

Here’s the 2022 Kurti trend alert, you shouldn’t miss!

A-line Kurtis

This figure-hugging Kurti flares down the waistline and draws attention to the overall silhouette. From office wear to casual meet-ups to festival pooja ceremonies, A-line Kurtis can be worn everywhere. Think A-line embroidered velvet kurta, tasselled A-line Kurti, belted A-line Kurti, tiered A-line kurta, or A-line maxi kurta.

Anarkali Kurtas

Anarkali kurtas are an ethnic wardrobe essential because of their sheer elegance. This Kurti style has been a hit since the Mughals (and we don’t see it going anywhere!). Ditch the old Anarkali and churidar combo, instead experiment with refreshing Anarkali Maxi Kurtas, floor-length Anarkalis, Ethnic jacket and Anarkali set, Halter neck Anarkali suit, thread embroidered Anarkali, and Attached Dupatta Anarkali set.

Kaftan Kurtis

Kaftan Kurti has a regal and rich appeal because they ooze confidence, class, and excellent fashion sense. With minimal styling, you can upgrade your Kaftan Kurti from a casual outfit to a chic event ensemble. Explore and invest in designer Kaftan Kurtis for turning heads; High-slit kaftan Kurti, asymmetric kaftan kurta, smocked velvet kaftan kurta, belted kaftan maxi kurta, and Ikat printed Kaftan kurta.

Front-Slit Kurtis

This fancy style is perfect for day and night functions. Since the design is whimsical, it doesn’t require much styling. All you need to jazz up a front-slit Kurtis are a sassy hairdo with an exciting lip shade, dangling earrings/jhumkas, and strappy heels. You can pair a front-slit Kurti with cigarette pants, palazzos, and sharara pants.

Ruffled Kurtas

Ruffles add a bouncy and playful charm to the hemline, then be it sarees, lehengas, or kurtas. Ruffled Kurtas help you in flaunting a sartorial elegance that no other ethnic wear can match. Unleash your inner diva with these ruffled kurta styles: mirror ruffled dupatta maxi kurta, embroidered ruffled cape kurta, ruffled high-slit kurta, and strappy ruffled kurta.

Angrakha Kurtas

Angrakhas are game-changing retro-inspired kurtas. Even though asymmetric cuts are contemporary, they have been an integral element of the age-old Angrakha Kurtas. If you want to be a trendsetter, hop on the Angrakha kurta trend with scintillating designs by the House of Indya; foil print AngrakhaKurti, churidar sleeve Angrakha kurta, cowl sleeve Angrakha Kurta, boota cut out Angrakha Kurta, Angrakha Kurta with pockets, and Angrakha maxi kurta.

 Now that we have introduced you to the 2022 trending Kurtis, let us answer some of the most asked styling questions:

1. How to look slim in a Kurti?

Answer: Go for longer Kurtis that fall around your knees to create a slimming and tall appearance. Even straight-cut Kurtis can do wonders for you. Check out House of Indya for flattering Kurti designs online.

2. Which brand Kurti is the best?

Answer: House of Indya is the destination for all your Kurti needs. The perfect mix of Indian ethnic wear, Indo-Western dresses, designer wedding Wear, and everything in between! Indya is the most-loved online fashion store for women in India. It features the latest trends in an inclusive size range, from XS to 2XL. They offer a wide range of fabrics, lengths, colours, and styles that are of the highest quality and are designed to match every need.

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