Kurta is a loose-fitting upper garment that is worn by both men and women in countries such as India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. This comfortable piece of attire is knee length. If the length of the kurta is above the knees it is known as kurti. Kurti is usually worn by the women folk to colleges and offices. But there are also kurtis specifically designed for men available today in the market.
The traditional kurtas for women are loose with long sleeves that fall straight to the wrist and has a round neck. In recent years, designers have experimented with Mandarin-style collar and it has become an instant hit among the fashionistas. The contemporary kurta designs are in various hues and shades. Embroidery, buttons and various designer cuts add grace to a simple kurta designs. Kurtas with long and flowing sleeves, elbow sleeves, short sleeves, mega sleeves and without sleeves are easily available in the market. Kurta or kurtis are usually paired with a pair of leggings, salwar or churidar. Simple white or similar light and pastel colored designer kurtis can be paired with denims and jeggings.
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Let’s look at the Embroidered Kurta Designs for Dates
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Simple yet elegant sleeveless white kurta design that has a wreath of flowers at the bottom is a good idea for a summer day. Pair it with royal purple or white leggings and a pretty pair of flat jooti’s as a comfort wear.
Georgette black kurta design with chinese neck is an ideal piece for a casual or semi-formal get together. The splash of flowers around the neck and the bold wreath of flowers and vines at the bottom add a feminine grace to the wear. Team with black or contrasting soft pink leggings.
Peppy kurta design with sequence on the left shoulder and red floral embroidery adds a touch of class. Over-all floral kurta with polka dot sleeves is a perfect wear for a lunch get-together.
Tomato red georgette kaftan kurti with heavily embroidered sides can be tamed with contrast leggings and pretty sandals. Statement earrings to match the dress will make the attire complete!
A combination of colors subtly blends with the pastel shade tunic style kurti. The angrakha pattern with net covering gives it a graceful finish. Pair it with pastel or coral pink leggings. A matching pair of shoe and simple solitaire earrings will steal the show!
Green Georgette kurta design with white lace at the bottom paired with white leggings would be a head turner at a party or luncheon. Pair them with a pair of dangling earrings and a fine pair of white slip-ons.
Geranium red punjabi embroidery is a wonderful piece of kaftan styled kuta ideal for office get-togethers. A neat combination of machine embroidery and gota work definitely compliments the style of this kaftan.
A simple and smart kurti for office and college goers. The appliqué embroidery is simply eye-catching. Ribbon embroidery is one-of-a-kind embroidery that looks stylish and vogue.
Moonlight blue figure hugging georgette kurti with long embroidered sleeves and a bunch of beads attached to the strings in the front add an ethereal look. Team it with red or black leggings.
It is Sunshine! Simple yet elegant piece of clothing with straight cuts gives a lean and tall look to the wear. Multi-color floral embroidery done on the yoke with crochet lace at the bottom will compliment either the same share of leggings or a contrasting one.
Stunning butterfly yellow georgette kurti. The running embroidery along the front with full sleeves adds a royal sunny look to the dress. Black leggings with a pair of dull gold peep-toes will add glamour to this dress.
Lime colored kurti with a fusion of pink, white and black shades accentuate the work of art on the sleeves. The neckline has pink and black piping with a bunch of silk beads to add grace to this trendy kurta.
Flaunt yourself in a lovely embroidery kurta design of your choice this festival season. Experiment with colors and create your own style statement.