10 Perfect Kurta Styles To Suit Different Body Type

Never does a kurta count as a miss from a modern woman’s wardrobe. Comfortable and versatile, this collarless loose garment  originated from the Indian subcontinent. Since then, the ever-growing silhouettes, prints and colors make its styling effortlessly trendy.
A kurta’s ability to fit into any dressing and flatter any body type makes it essential for women. On that note, let’s take a look at 10 best kurta styles that can suit every body type.

10 Perfect Kurta Styles To Suit Different Body Type

1. Anarkali Kurta

An epitome of elegance, Anarkali kurta is one that exhibits a long frock style top. This pick is ideal for triangular and petite framed body types. These are usually worn with a pair of slim fit bottoms and look nothing less than regal. Catch a vivid visual in this pink printed Anarkali kurta. It features a high-low length and a mandarin collar. Pair it with palazzos for lunching with your friends.

Accessorize With:

Metallic sandals, silver jewellery, sling bag, reflector sunglasses

Style Tip:

Add soft curls and a rust lip color to your ensemble.

Anarkali Kurta
Price:

Rs.1599 onwards

2. Bell Sleeves Kurta

Update your basic kurta with a bell sleeves design. Bell sleeve sits tighter close to the elbow and flares towards the end. It lends contemporary yet effortless vibes to your attire. Pick this pink solid dual-toned straight kurta to serve the purpose. It features a block print detail, tie-up neck, side slits and bell sleeves. Combine it with white bottoms for upcoming revelry.

Accessorize With:

White heels, sequin clutch, chunky earrings, aviator sunglasses

Style Tip:

Upgrade your chic with a slick ponytail and kohl-lined eyes.

Bell Sleeves Kurta
Price:

Rs.639 onwards

3. A-Line Kurta

Narrowed at the top and widened at the hems, an A-line kurta depicts the alphabet ‘A’. When in doubt, this style is your go-to because it suits any body type. Enhance your ethnicity with this black A-line kurta. Team it with white cigarette pants for casual errands.

Accessorize With:

Kolhapuris, tote bag, loop earrings, wayfarer sunglasses

Style Tip:

Keep your look functional with braided hair and light makeup.

A-Line Kurta
Price:

Rs.539 onwards

4. Asymmetrical Kurta

Embracing the play of lengths, an asymmetrical kurta is a modern trend that is immensely popular amongst the youth. This style is a fresh take on your regular kurtas to accentuate an hourglass figure. If you fall in this category, then pick this green and red block printed kurta. It comes in a symmetrical cut and with side zip closure. Match it with slim fit pants for a flattering brunch look.

Accessorize With:

Golden juttis, drop earrings, beige bag, cat-eye sunglasses

Style Tip:

Parted straight hair and blush pink cheeks will enhance your femininity.

Asymmetrical Kurta
Price:

Rs.999 onwards

5. Flared Kurta

With so many variations available in a flared style kurta, it not just tops as being the most comfortable but is utterly stylish at the same time. Women with a broad hip area can pick this as their go-to style. Pair this fuchsia khadi printed kurta with brown wide leg pants for an ethnic day at the office.

Accessorize With:

Block heels, jhumki earrings, crinkled dupatta, rimless sunglasses

Style Tip:

Semi-tied curled hair and a dull red lipstick will elevate this look.

Flared Kurta
Price:

Rs.1299 onwards

6. Layered Kurta

If there’s any piece of clothing that can instantly add volume to your body type, it is an additional layer over your kurta. If you’re petite, this blue and white printed A-line layered kurta is the right choice for you. Match it with white leggings and you’re all set for those festive parties to attend.

Accessorize With:

Choker necklace, jhumki earrings, metallic pumps, box clutch

Style Tip:

Casually tied hair and a flick eyeliner will top this look.

Layered Kurta
Price:

Rs.799 onwards

7. Tie-Front Anarkali Kurta

If there’s anything that can truly amp up a timeless kurta, then it is a tie-front detail. Tie-ups can add spunk to the most casual silhouettes and prints. One that we suggest is this white and pink printed Anarkali kurta featuring a tie-front detail with tassels. Combine it with white churidar for a relaxing day at the mall.

Accessorize With:

Tassel juttis, stud earrings, hobo bag, wayfarer sunglasses

Style Tip:

A BB cream, body mist and braided hair will complete this look.

Tie-Front Anarkali Kurta
Price:

Rs.519 onwards

8. Jacket Style Kurta

Long kurtas that double up as a jacket are usually termed as a jacket kurta. This style can instantly make your ensemble fall under smart-casuals. To stand a class apart, pick this pink printed jacket style kurta featuring a Henley collar and 4 buttoned closure on the front. Team it with a slick pair of heels for a cocktail soirée.

Accessorize With:

Golden sling bag or clutch, loop earrings, solid scarf

Style Tip:

Bun your hair and add a mild fragrance to complement the look.

Jacket Style Kurta
Price:

Rs.1999 onwards

9. Longline Kurta

Appear taller and slimmer with a long hemline of a kurta. Longer lengths are ideal for pear shaped body types. If you’re one too, then you must pick this pink straight kurta featuring a mandarin collar and multiple slits. White lace palazzos will complete this look for a regular day at the office.

Accessorize With:

Briefcase bag, aviator sunglasses, headband, nude heels

Style Tip:

A spray of strong perfume matched with pink tones of makeup will leave a lasting impression.

Longline Kurta
Price:

Rs.399 onwards

10. Short Kurta

Newer ethnic trends are embracing shorter lengths. It is seemingly becoming more popular by the day. A short length kurta is apt for an apple shaped body. Pick this green, white and blue dyed kurta featuring a mandarin collar to serve the purpose. Match it with wide leg beige pants for a laid-back appeal.

Accessorize With:

Strappy sandals, tiny earrings, round sunglasses, tote bag

Style Tip:

Opt for natural hair and minimal makeup with moisturized lips.

Short Kurta
Price:

Rs.549 onwards

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