Kurti is every Indian girl’s favourite ethnic wear item, a single item that can be paired with jeans, skirts, leggings, palazzos, and straight pants to wear to casual outings, family gatherings, ceremonies, and wedding; being available in all kinds of fabrics ranging from cotton, georgette, to silk and satin, the Kurti is a versatile and customisable garment. Hence, kurti holds a great deal of importance in ethnic wear outfits.
With new trends emerging each season, the fashion-conscious need to keep up and keep up-to-date on the latest kurti design trends, and this guide for which styles to look out for this year will help you accomplish exactly that so you can put your most fashionable foot forward going in.
- Asymmetrical hem kurti
Symmetry is no longer considered to be as important for an aesthetic appeal as it once was. With the rising popularity of asymmetrical designs in fashion, high-low, C-cut hems, and other asymmetrical hem patterns are trending in 2021. You can style an asymmetrical hem Kurta with a pair of leggings and heels, Pakistani style straight pants and juttis, or a long skirt and flats to achieve desirable results for casual and party looks by accessorising accordingly.
- Front-slit kurti
Designers have creatively used slits to add an edge to their designs for many years now, and the latest kurti trend is no different. Front slit kurti is extremely popular among women and has become one of the favourite ladies kurti designs. There are front slit kurtis that feature the slit starting right above the navel to those starting well below the waist. They can be styled with jeans, leggings, palazzos, straight pants, and skirts, depending on the occasion and design.
- Layered kurti
Layers always add to the silhouette in a way that is not entirely obvious but subtly works to give a smooth, even look, to all body-types. Double-layered kurtis is a new kurti design and has become a trend that appeals to women of all age groups and body-types. Typically featuring a plain Kurta and then an open or tie-up front, decorative layer on top. Some designers also replace the inner Kurta with a crop top.
- Flared frock style kurti
Flares have always been as popular as the fits, but the frock style flared kurtis are making a name for themselves in 2021, shorter than the typical Anarkali but with a similar silhouette, the flared frock style kurti gives off comparatively more of a fun and casual look. Easily styled with leggings, straight pants, sharara bottoms, and especially spared long skirts, they are comfortable and airy and present a lively appearance.
- A-Line kurti
The classic A-Line kurti has a promising future in 2021 as well. Be it in solid colours, prints, embroideries, or embellishments, and crafted from any fabric like cotton, georgette, and many more. The A-Line kurti is highly adaptable and can feature any design and make it look appealing. This versatility is perhaps why it can be paired with any bottoms with no exceptions and is such a popular design.
- Kurti with bell sleeves
Bell Sleeves are shaped like a bell’s silhouette, going from fitted to flared at the ends. Bell Sleeves are commonly seen in peasant tops and vintage clothing, but they recently made it to kurti designs and have been trending since. In 2021, we can expect to see more of them and perhaps even with a few new twists. Bell-sleeved kurtis is comfortable and airy, giving them a fun summer vibe.
We, at Soch, hope this article is exactly the all-inclusive trend guide you needed for updating your ethnic wardrobe for 2021, as we always aim to make your shopping experience smooth and easy.
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