When it comes to fashion inspiration, we get super charged because that’s our favourite game to play. And this time we are talking about fit and flare kurtis which are elegant, dreamy and perfect for twirling in and taking those fun boomerangs.
There is a fun kurti for every occasion and every mood and we are here to share it all.
Just like having a go-to tee to laze around in is important, so is having a kurti for all things casual. Be it running errands on a Saturday afternoon, stepping out for breakfast at your favorite local joint, meeting your friends for a catch-up coffee, or even relaxing at home with a book and endless cups of tea.
We chose a checked kurti with pops of mustard for this look. Style it with yellow leggings, white slip-ons, thin silver hoops, and a silver watch.
Dark Blue Hues
Now say you have a mid-week celebration to attend, an office party or a brewery date-night. You’ve got to wear a colour which pops, is dressy, and can be accessorized with ease.
We chose a turquoise kurti with a dark blue pattern. Style it with navy blue leggings, oxidized silver earrings, kada, and rings. Complete the look with silver jhuttis.
The right shade of grey
There is often a debate about whether anarkali styled kurtis are too casual for the workplace, but we think they are worth a spin. For a professional look, opt for classic colours like grey, black, navy, and olive and design details like no-fuss patterns and prints.
We chose this gray kurti with a checked pattern down the yolk in white, black and hints of maroon. Style it with black skinny jeans or leggings, white sneakers or closed shoes. Accessorize with pearl studs, watch, and a shiny ring.
Two classics for double the style
Celebrations which ask for a dress code don’t have to be rigid, and we found a way to sneak in an anarkali kurti. If your theme requires something bold with a touch of glam then you don’t need to look any further.
We chose this blue and black ensemble with strong gold design-details. Style it with black leggings, and gold heels. Accessorize with small gold jhumkis and a cocktail ring.
Sage green is all the rage
We saved the best for last as we are seriously crushing on this piece and can’t wait to be invited to our next big shindig.
We chose this gray salwar suit which has a sheen of sage green and beautiful embroidery all over with net detailing at the bottom and top. The net dupatta adds a dreamy light accent to the ensemble and doesn’t overwhelm the look. Accessorize with polki earrings and a maang tikka.
Start practising your best twirls ladies, those boomerangs are going to be fun to share.