Inspire your next OOTD with these desi kurtha styles


To pull off ethnic wear isn’t easy. No matter the season or the occasion, Bollywood celebrities sure do make it a point to remind us of how fashion is about what you feel comfortable in  and they never get tired of wearing the humble kurta.

Kurtis are one of the most fashionable and comfortable garments you can own. They are extremely versatile and can be worn in all seasons with ease. They are appropriate for both casual and formal wear and are a must-have in every Indian woman’s wardrobe

Here we have compiled some Bollywood looks that clearly show us how although altered and styled different, the humble kurtha never goes out of style.


Kurt’s with hackers and kurtha with shrugs is the style of the season. Choose a denim jacket to dress down your kurta for a casual occasion. Dress it up with an embroidered jacket that ties the whole look together. Embellished jackets also make a great addition to any kurtha simple depending on your preference, gold or silver accessories will go in harmony with blazers when paired with a indian kurtha

With a skirt

To give a silhouette look it’s best to pair a straight-fitting ethnic kurti with a long-flared skirt. you can either contrast or match the look. For an ethnic look, add a dupatta, or pair an asymmetric kurti with a skirt lehenga for a casual or cocktail party.  Also it’s best if you accessories your look with chunky jewellery to add that edge

Fusion wear

Now can hurt his be worn with shorts? We ask why not, they are chic, easy to move in and make everything a whole lot easier. If you are looking for a party wear kurti, this cape style one would be the perfect pick for you or you can opt to westernise your kurtha with shorts like tara sutaria did.

With flared palazzo

Styling your kurti with palazzo pants will add a touch of contemporary to the ethnic wear and give you a sophisticated look. Palazzo pants look good in each body type and are super easy to style. For a festive or wedding occasion, you can opt for embroidered pants and also add a dupatta of your choice.