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A kurta is a loose-fitting shirt that falls below the knees. It was made shorter, paving the way for a kurti, and bringing about a new trend. The Indian woman epitomizes elegance and grace, and a kurti complements it. There are lots of designers and Brands like Fabindia, Omra, AURELIA and Global Desi that manufacture them because of their undying demand. Find tons of them on myntra and pick your favourite kurti online.
The multifaceted Kurtis can be worn at various occasions; for example the simple cotton ones at work and the heavier silk ones with sequins and beads for a wedding. They come in lots of designs and patterns, and can be paired with Leggings, Jeans, Jeggings and patialas ETC. You can even mix and match them with contrast colour bottoms and dupattas, staying both traditional and trendy. A kurti in India has really come a long way. You can shop for it from an extraordinary collection that includes lots of styles like Strapless, sleeveless, backless, full sleeves etc., made of materials like silk, chiffon, cotton, georgette etc. It is available in many avatars in solid colours or eye-catching prints, with beautiful embroidery, thread work, zari, sequins and more. Choose the Fabindia green kota printed kurti online that has a V-neck, checked lining and a curved hem. This worn over well-fitted jeggings looks absolutely fabulous.
The Span green and black printed kurti is a stunner when paired with contrast leggings. Slip into the blue printed gili kurti to make heads turn. The pink straps over the shoulders and a round neckline with thread and sequin work makes it a perfect combination of western designs and Indian prints. Pair this with open Sandals and contrast colour leggings to turn you into the cutie next door. Kurtis have flattering silhouettes, and can be worn by women of all ages and Body types. A kurti in India represents age old stories of culture and heritage; you can wear these stories by shopping for them on Myntra.