In kurtis we have so many different styles to choose from but more importantly we have a few different types of kurti. Most common nowadays they are A-line kurti, flared kurti, fitted kurti, cotton, printed kurti, etc. In these types we have different styles that suit our likes and our body type, for example, Anarkali, Angrakha kurti, frock style kurti, dhoti style kurti, Indo-western kurti etc.
We also have different cuts of kurti like straight cut kurti, hight & low cut, long, short, floor-length kurti or knee-length kurti. Today we are going to share with you guys different types of kurtis with style-wise which are most popular in 2019 and coming years.
Straight Cut Kurti:
Long Stright cut kurti looks absolutely stunning on anybody. Team it up with a pair of leggings for a casual look and throw on a dupatta or stole to add a formal touch to the look.
A line Kurti:
There are different styles of A-line kurtis that you can choose to tailored or buy online. The A-line Kurti is the type which reaches to the calf or the ankle. It has a spread from the waist area, to make it ‘A’ shaped panel.
Dhoti Style Kurti:
The dhoti style Kurti is really trendy these days, because of the classy hint it adds to the whole attire.
Women just love to adorn this thematic Kurtis which has this pattern like the dhoti pants. It has this comfort-ability to wear just like our very old dhotis.
The trail cut Kurtis are the ones which are like C-cut Kurtis, which is cut on both the sides. This Kurti is highly preferable in fabric chiffon, silk, georgette or cotton.
Surly short kurti are come back, as the Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan pulls off this look so finely with punjabi style palazzos, this look is unique and stylish at the same time.
Simply flared kurtis are widely preferred by women nowadays, you can easily wear as a long dress or with a pair of leggings. You can also style as anarkali patterns or just a simple frack will do to add a stylish spin to your whole outfit.
The Angrakha kurti is one of the kurti which resonates from the 90s era and is a really a classy fashion to wear this one. It has this two similar flaps which are tied with the help of straps or thin doris because, of its ethic resonance.
Kurtis is well preferred by the desi girls and even the Bollywood divas. The latest trend in the Angrakha is the mixture of the Anarkali frock with it.