Indian families love to celebrate traditions. Whether it is a big fat Indian wedding or a small-scale pooja, we love to dress up and take part in the occasion with full pomp and glamor. Interestingly, we have a few specific occasions where there is an unspoken colour code that most people follow. For example – in haldi functions before marriage, most people wear yellow, and in Mehendi, green. Certain events have a decided colour shade. For example- on the 9 days of Navratri, there is a designated hue that most people will wear as it represents the colour of the day. Here are a few festive kurtis in different colours that you can select for your closets to be worn on special occasions.
Black viscose embellished kurti
A timeless style quotient can be achieved through traditional black kurtis, and this one, in particular, is set to steal the show. With stunning small flower motifs beautifully embroidered across the length of the kurti. the ethnic vibe of the clothing is bought out. The unique double-layered sleeve design screams fashion and pops owing to the golden motifs on a part of the sleeve. Wear this kurti made in comfortable viscose georgette material and rock the event with glamour.
Ochre Yellow Viscose Chiffon Kurti
What comes to mind after looking at this stunning kurti? I am sure you must be smiling internally thinking that this piece is apt for the next haldi function you have to attend. Not only haldis, but the bright yellow shade is also a stunning choice for any day function as it looks great against the skin against the light of the sun. The flower trails pattern down the length of the kurti along with the stunning pattern gracing the ends of the sleeves is enough to create an appealing look. Pair it with beige pants and heels to complete the ensemble.
Light blue Opada embellished kurti
The sky blue colour is striking and pleasing to the eye and the material is the plush-looking opada silk that looks rich upon wearing. A beautiful border at the sleeves adds to the richness and charm. Wear it with blue straight pants or leggings or even an off-white golden legging for a contrast.
Rust Orange kurti with dori
The colour red is graceful, eye-catching, and a must-have. Traditions are often incomplete without this colour and therefore, choose this red kurti for your collection of ethnic wear. The translucent sleeves against the skin bring out the skin tone in a subtle yet powerful way. With a pleated collar design and a dori across the waist along with jewellery, you have one outfit ready without much hassle. The double layers of this kurti can be worn with the same shade of red leggings or even a perfectly matching skirt.
Green chanderi printed kurti
This green chanderi printed kurti is also a double-layered one that has a beautiful front slit to the bottom. With a few buttons at the top providing a glimpse of the contrasting pastel green lower layer, this piece is one of the fan favorites. The golden contrast and green print on the top layer of the opaque fabric and a subtle sequins border at the sleeves and the hemline bring out the kurti.
Get your dream closet for traditional outfits ready with these beautiful pieces and be ever ready for any occasion. Kurtis is available in all sizes and different fabrics can be chosen as per style and comfort. Get shopping!