Kurtis- Fashion Garment for Young Woman

May 1st 2014 at 10:11 PM

For those people who do not know what a kurti is, it is a short upper garment, also known as tunic in the western countries. It is like a kameez in the ethnic salwar kameez combo but a little shorter and with a lot of variation. Kurti has endless possibilities of styling with it. You can wear them on top of jeans, leggings, jeggings, skirts and salwar. You name it and kurti or tunic can be worn over it. Kurtis are designed in such way that they fit loosely over your body keeping the wearer comfortable. You can wear them in every season possible. Since they are available in various fabrics, kurtis can keep you comfortable throughout the year.

While buying wholesale designer kurti, the body shape should be kept in mind. Your body shape will decide whether a particular type of kurti will suit you or not. If you are person with pear shaped body, try to shop for the anarkali style kurtis or which flares down. It will help in covering the waist area, making it look even. If you are short, avoid sleeveless kurtis, since they can make you look shorter. You must go for the vertical print kurti.


After body shape, you must consider the occasion and the place for which you are trying to buy the kurti. If you are planning to shop for it a puja, it is always better to buy ethnic salwar kameez, since they will be more suitable. Kurtis for office should more professional looking. You can go with the printed ones, solid color ones and even the western tunic ones. They look more professional than others do. If you are buying them for college, you must try to have some with western touch. It can be in the design, print or shades. Buy pop colors for college to look vibrant throughout the day.


If you are a real fashion diva, make sure to experiment in your kurti design. Never buy similar looking kurtis for one season. Keep a certain variation in their design and colors. have a Chikan embroidery kurti, patch Patti work kurti, laced kurti, western tunic style, sleeveless, long sleeved, short sleeved, cotton kurti, georgette kurti, sequenced work kurti, and kurtis with different neck designs. There are so many kurtis to choose from. You must visit the wholesale designer kurti online shop to have a look at some of the kurtis available online.


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Bella Hamilton is the contributor of this Article. She works at Ethnic wholesale, Sari shop and loves to write about latest fashion trends around the world. This time she is in India and writing about ethnic salwar kameez.


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