Let your femininity outstand with Women’s Kurtas & Suit sets!
Kurta and kurti have not just gained popularity all over the world but have also attracted women from all walks of life. They make a pleasant casual outfit and also appeal as semi-formal attire sometimes. When you dig dip into the meaning of the word Kurta, you will come to know that it’s an Urdu word originated in Persia where several forms of upper garments for men and women are called kurta. Depicting tradition, culture and fashion, kurta worn by women is called a kurti. In Gujarat and Rajasthan, it is commonly known as Angarkha while in Bengal, Bangladesh and Assam they call it Panjabi. Kurti is traditionally worn with loose-fitting pajjama or pyjama, salwar or churidar. Kurti as a trendy outfit is worn like a blouse over jeans. Women’s kurtis are generally made of cotton and can be worn at different occasions. They can be readymade or tailored and can be worn with salwar, jeans, pajamas and skirts as well. Wearing a kurti with stylish footwear and jewellery add to the elegance more. Women’s kurtas have several variations, and they are worn in coordination with several elements. Punjabi suits are the most popular. They have lots of traditional designs and come in a set of long kurta, salwar made of a lot of fabric which is pleated in style and a dupatta that is either contrast in colour or matches the suit. Churidar Salwar Kameez is a combination of churidar with kurta where the churidar is tight-fitted and has many curls at ankle length. These churidars look like tight pants, and the end of the pants is rolled up to hive the shape of many bangles hence the name is churidar. Patiala salwar suit has a salwar that is very loose as compared to the normal salwar. This kind has many pleats that meet at the waistline and drape below elegantly and look graceful enough. Pakistani suits derive their name as such because they are worn by the Pathans of Kabul. These are mainly men’s dresses where salwar is traditional in design and Kurta is longer and ends below the knees. Anarkali suits used to be a formal dressing during the Mughal period and have emerged in the modern form after much renovation. Kalidar suits are the best and most common choice during weddings and ceremonies. They are majorly made of fabrics such as cotton, chiffon, net and many of such kinds. Anarkali salwar kameez has become a trendy pick for women who are in search of a graceful attire for special occasions like wedding or evening party.
Women’s kurtas & kurtis as per body type
It’s very essential to choose a kurti according to one’s body shape. Women who are plum look good and slim in dark colours. They should focus on closed neck kameez and pair it with churidar pajami. Ladies with apple shaped body have larger upper body and thin legs. They should not wear Patiala salwaar and york pattern kurti as these will make them look heavier. Women with pear shaped body have thinner lower body and wide upper body. Such women should wear a kurti that has work or embellishment over the shoulder and upper body. Such body types must avoid skin-tight kurtis. Printed kurtis look ideal on them. Ladies with broad shoulders, upper body and large chest fall in the triangle shape body. They should, therefore, wear such kurtis that draws much focus towards the lower part and shoulder line kurti is a serious NO-NO for such body types. Females with no curves and having flat body are considered square shape women and close fitting kurti doesn’t suit them. Loose cotton kurtis are best for them. Women with perfect upper and lower body and well waist are considered gifted with an hourglass body. Almost any kind of kurti except loose one suits their body. Well -tailored georgette kurtis look fabulous on them.
Exclusive women’s suit sets available online
Brands like Shree, Biba, Sangria, Aurelia, Dhwani, Global Desi and Peppertree offer an exclusive range of designer kurtis and designer suits for womena, all of which you can avail here. Wedding suits for women come in a variety of fabrics ranging from georgette and chiffon to silk and crepe and every single fabric has its own particular drape and charm. Silk kurtas are also worn with long skirts as a fusion dressing during occasions. Online shopping for women’s kurtis open the door to a variety of options for ladies who are in look for fashionable kurtis. Cotton kurtas and all kinds of Designer salwar kameez can be bought online at fairly affordable prices. Women’s suit and kurtas for women are available online at Jabong.com megastore. One can easily find all kinds of latest women’s kurtas & kurtis here. Also, pick from the trendy Biba suit sets and Raindrops online to add life too your everyday casual look.