A Kurti is probably one of the most versatile garments in a women’s wardrobe. You can be a desi girl and wear it with salwar/patiala or palazzo or you can add an Indo – Western touch by pairing a Kurti with trousers, jeans, leggings or even a skirt. And if you want to be even more experimental with your look, you can also wear your Kurti with a sari, making it the blouse. A Kurti is also versatile in the sense that you can wear it on pretty much every occasion. I regularly wear Kurtis to office pairing them with formal trousers. When it comes to casual dressing and if I’m going out to catch a movie, meeting up friends over coffee or lunch, if I’m out shopping, most of the time I’ll just wear a cotton kurti with either a pair of jeans, linen pants or palazzos. If it is a festive occasion, a Kurti comes to the rescue as well. I just pick out a slightly formal one with either embroidery or embellishments, wear a patiala or salwar, add a dupatta, accessorise with matching jewelry and I’m all set!
One brand that I quite like when it comes to Indian Wear is Rangriti. They have a wide variety of both Kurtas and Kurtis along with various bottoms that you can pair them with. Rangriti is available on pretty much all e-commerce websites but you can also Buy Kurtis Online from their official online store. The price is very reasonable and you can get Kurtis for as low as Rs 300! They also have a wide range of sizes available so it does not matter if you are thin or curvy, there is a Rangriti Kurti for you.
I was browsing through their collection and thought of sharing some of my favorites along with tips on how to style these Kurtis.
For the festive season, this knee-length Kurti is ideal. It is a bright mustard color, there is gold embroidery on the shoulders and the fabric is a mix of cotton and silk which give it a rich look. You can pair it with either beige or black leggings/churidar and add some gold jewelry to complete your festive look.
Blue and red is a combination that never goes wrong and this Kurti, you can wear to any formal occasion or even to a wedding. I like that it is simple yet so gorgeous and not too blingy. I would pair the kurti with a red patiala and a dupatta but if you want, leggings and churidar will go equally well with it.
Waist coats with kurtas/kurtis are the current rage and if you want to go in for the fusion look, this Kurti can be a good choice. Keep the accessories simple and wear kolhapuri chappals or juttis with it.
A saree is the best outfit for a festive occasion and this Kurti will work very well with a color blocked saree. I would wear a red, magenta or orange saree with this kurti, add a lot of silver jewelry and that’s about it. And if you want to go the traditional way, you can always wear the Kurti with either a skirt or a palazzo.
To see more of their collection and to shop, check out the Rangriti website.
This post is in collaboration with Rangriti