Tired of wearing your kurtas the same way?
Kurtas are one of the most staple essentials in an Indian woman’s wardrobe. From work to casual to special events, you can wear kurtas on every occasion. They are available in “dress and pair it with sneakers” a variety of styles, fabrics, designs, prints, and colors. The cotton kurtas are the most comfortable attire that can be styled in multiple ways.
Cotton kurtas for women are preferred especially in the summers due to their light and breezy appearance and breathable fabric. Young college girls and working women professionals – both like to pick this comfy outfit for spending their day in comfort and get a chic style.
Tips to style cotton kurtas for women in different ways
But there are some days when you want your basic cotton kurta to be more than just a simple piece of clothing. For being an ultimate fashionista at your office or college, you can style your cotton kurtas in plenty of unique ways to bring out your inner diva. No, we are not talking about the regular churidar or salwar combinations. Let’s look at some unique ways to get that ‘desi-swag’ and style your cotton kurtas in different ways.
Slit cotton kurtas with distressed jeans and brogues
What a better way to beat the Monday blues with a classic cotton slit kurta paired with distressed jeans and styled with brogues. On Mondays we need some serious motivation to join work after spending a relaxing and fun weekend.
But you can totally cut off the tiredness by dressing up in your best attire.
To give a more convincing look to the ensemble, fold the bottom of the jeans and carry an ethnic jhola bag.
Just as a dress
Ankle or knee-length cotton kurtas for women make up a nice easy-breezy dress. Wear your loose-fit cotton flared cotton kurta as a dress and pair it with sneakers or quirky shoes, and you are all set for your college.
You can enhance the look by accessorizing it with some boho-style jewelry, open hair, sunglasses, and a classic tote bag.
Top them up with a large kimono or cape
One of the easiest ways to give a new look to your old cotton kurti is to style them up with a kimono or a cape. Kimonos look good on your trendy tops as well.
You can style them with both short and long cotton kurtis. Just don’t forget to coordinate the set. It should neither be too matchy-matchy nor completely odd. The kimono look is perfect for summers as well as winters (as an extra layer of clothing). You can carry this look at your office for a formal luncheon with your clients.
Pair them with dhoti pants
Dhoti pants are quite a trend these days. Even Bollywood celebs are in love with the dhoti and short kurti trend. Since this look is a bit informal, you should reserve this look for your college events and functions only.
However, if you have an informal party with your office colleagues, you can pick up this style. Pair your short cotton kurtis with a classic dhoti pant. Color coordinate the set for a better finish.
Tuck up your kurti within your jeans
Yes, that is a unique way to style your cotton kurtis. You would agree with us that sometimes we all shop impulsively. You might end up with an oversized kurti or a very basic kurti just because it was available at great discounts. You don’t need to store away the kurti eternally in your wardrobe.
Bring it out and style it with your jeans. Tuck it under your loose jeans or boyfriend jeans. It will give an impression of a top. This casual look is perfect for your college event or for a weekend getaway with friends.
Anarkali cotton kurti as a maxi dress
Anarkali kurtis are a classic piece of Indian clothing and are loved by women of all ages. How about styling your anarkali kurta as a maxi dress?
Have you planned a goa trip with your friends?
But you don’t have much time to go shopping. Simply pick your most attractive anarkali cotton kurtas and wear them as a maxi dress. Finish the look with a classy crossbody bag, sunglasses, and an oversized hat.
Cotton kurtas with a flared skirt
Cotton kurtas for women are highly versatile and there are numerous ways of styling them. Sky’s the limit! Pair your long straight cotton kurtas with your long skirts for a Diwali party at your office or a dandiya night at your college.
Go for flared skirts for a more ethnic appeal. Complete the look with some oxidized jewelry like jhumkas and necklaces.
If you think that you can’t experiment with different looks with your kurtas, think again. Cotton kurtas for women can be styled in unique and different ways. Do add some of your own unique ideas to style cotton kurtas.