5 Styling tips for Ethnic Kurta for women

Ethnic Kurta for women

Indian women, as well as South Asian women, have an intimacy with their traditional clothes collections. Even though they have to wear Western outfits mostly for their workplace or to manage the daily errands of regular life, wearing an ethnic kurta for women along with a palazzo bottom or a salwar always elevates their beauty and grace. 

However, many stylish women who prefer to add newness to their ethnic wear often get bored wearing the same kurta. For them, we have a few stylish tips that will freshen up their old concept of wearing traditional ajrakh suits and dresses. 

Check out the given pointers to get a glimpse of the styling tips for ethnic kurta for women -

Try a co-ord set or mix and match 

You must know about the latest trend of co-ord sets in both Western and Ethnic wear. You can also shop for quite a few pairs of co-ord sets online from your favorite brand. Otherwise, you can apply your brain in mixing and matching your existing ethnic kurtas with a pair of palazzos or straight pants instead of the same old salwar or pants. 

Combine the ethnic kurtas with skirts

If you enjoy wearing ethnic flared skirts of cotton, polyester, silk or georgette- then you can confidently wear it with a kurta. Whether you are off for a party, date or hanging out with friends- go for this combination to add freshness to your traditional look. 

Have a collection of dupattas

Along with mixing and matching bottoms, women also can experiment with dupattas. With a bagru print dupatta wear a kalamkari kurta with a skirt. Make sure you choose high-heeled pumps or jutties instead of any other footwear. Dupattas create a wonderfully sober look for women of all ages. Many stylists consider that a kurta is incomplete without a dupatta. 

Again, by following some online videos, you can experiment with wearing the dupatta in different styles. Gone are the days when most women used to cover their heads with dupattas, women prefer wearing it on one side or two shoulders with pins or without it. 

However, women from the Muslim community and the Punjabis are often found covering their heads with dupattas. If you have to follow the same customs then you can also style up with the dupattas even by covering the head. 

Styling with a kurti dress

Kurti dress fashion is also much in. If you have the ankle-length Anarkalis or Angrakhas then use it as a dress sometimes instead of wearing a bottom or carrying a dupatta. If the fabric is refined then wear an inner to wear the dress confidently. 

Wear with a white Patiala bottom

When wearing a kurta, you can wear it every time with a white Patiala bottom. According to many designers, it is an ethnic way of wearing a salwar, yet carries many styles. So, if you have to attend a religious festival during the daytime, you should wear a heavily flared bottom with your kurta to give it a jaw-dropping and fresh look.