We, in India, love to celebrate festivals. Any occasion that resembles a festive period is commemorated and enjoyed with pomp and splendor. Naturally, we would want to be at our A-game considering our looks during such times. Be ready to find all that you need in terms of festive wear right here. This gorgeous collection will take your breath away. Find Kurtis in different colors, patterns, styles, materials, etc. suitable for different occasions. These ready-to-wear Kurtis can be mixed and matched with various styles of bottom wear for a unique look every time you wear them.
Green Chanderi Printed Kurti
Take a poll and this piece would turn out to be one of the fan favorites. This could be due to the unique and exclusive double-layered pattern that creates this piece and also the pastel green color that is considered unique enough to look great against any skin type. The top layer is opaque and has a full front slit that is attached at the top with a few buttons before free-flowing downwards. The lower layer is a darker shade of pastel green which can be paired with green churidars or leggings. There are large sequins-like decorative pieces at the sleeve ends to add to the ethnic vibe.
Maroon Red Royal Foil Printed Kurti
Another gorgeous piece of festive wear could be found in terms of this Kurti. A royal red color that is decorated in traditional and ethnic print is a gamechanger about fashion. It has two buttons enhancing the stylish design and has an exclusively unique sleeve pattern. The length extends to 3/4th of the arm, however, there is a sharp U-shaped carving up to the elbow that shows off a little arm skin helping the color of the Kurti pop out even more. Wear this Kurti with a golden skirt, pants, or leggings.
Blue Chiffon Embroidered Kurti
This shade of pastel blue is not very often seen in clothing. A well-curated mix of grey and blue with bursts of golden through the front in a floral sequins format is pleasant to the eyes. Additionally, the sleeves are layered and each layer has a lace at the end of it – making the look even more elegant. You can easily wear this piece with an off-white skirt or even pants of the same blue-grey shade. This is a great Kurti to be worn at ethnic events or ceremonies if paired with the right jewelry.
Wine Viscose Chiffon Silk Kurti
When we talk about class, what speaks more volumes than mirror work? Find this wine-colored Kurti that is decorated in embroidery or mirror work throughout the fabric. The highlight of this Kurti is also the chiffon silk fabric that it is made in. There is a similar mirror-work at the sleeves as well; however, the work extends slightly higher up the sleeve. The silver mirror circles on the deep red fabric really up the style quotient. Pair this Kurti with a matching skirt or palazzo and you are good to go.
Fuschia Santoon Silk Kurti
One of the great aspects about this round-neck Kurti is that it gives you a great opportunity to pair with a dupatta and make it even more suited for more formal occasions. There is minimal work with very light but intricate embroidery around the neck which is enhanced by the silk fabric. The same embroidery is further decorated with small buttons.
The several festive-wear Kurtis are bound to make you the limelight of any event that you wear them to.