The universal question of ‘What to wear’ applies to women of every single professional. And when it comes to an Indian professional the confusion is even more because we really have so much to wear! And from all these outfits to choose from are our humble kurtis which have been designed and redesigned to fit-in in our lifestyles and likings. Let that be a type for ‘usual work outfit’ or an ‘occasional wear’, kurtis have so many options that you can never get disappointed. Here are 5 such kurti designs that you can flaunt at your workplace.
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The Monotone One
This type of kurta can NEVER go out of style. You can wear it on literally anything – salwar, pattiyala, jeans, leggings, chuddidar, etc. You can rock any look as well – indo-western, traditional, etc. The plus point of this one? You can wear any kind of jewelry you like! Even contrasting colours do well with this.
The Lucknowi One
The regal design from the land of Nawabs is famous among all. No matter which colour of kurta you wear, the chikankari on the cloth never goes unnoticed and give you a crisp, fresh and graceful look.
The Collared One
These are the call of the century for fusion kurtas. Collars are cool, fun yet sophisticated in the right amount. Wear one on pattiyala pyjama or a monotoned salwar, like the Punjabis do! Or rock the short-lengthed ones on a straight-fitting trousers. Choice is yours.
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The Maxi-like One
These are probably the most comfortable kurtis of all times! And especially when you have to hustle all day long, these kurtis are definitely magical because they have so much space for ventilation that you can be very comfortable even during hot summer days. Also, the long ones allow you to shed off your leggings or such bottoms if it gets too hot outside!
The Khadi One
This one screams ‘Indian’. Khadi is one of the humblest and most comfortable material after cotton for any type of clothing. The thickness but light weight of khadi gives such an amazing fitting to the outfit! And the usual bold-prints on the colourful khadi cloths will make you feel closer to your culture. A small tip – stitch an inch or two looser and three-forth sleeved khadi kurti; nothing can beat it!