Kurtas can be considered as one of the many clothes that can be paired with literally anything! Let that be a pair of straight-fitting pants, a pair of denims, a skirt, salwar or chudidar, kurtis can be teamed with anything! The youngsters of the millennia are rocking kurtas with ace – especially the ones having funky prints, which are liked by all. Here are seven such funky prints that are loved by youngsters and those grown-up women who like to add a little funk to their looks.
They are simply so cool! You can have animal prints such as owls, elephants, lions, etc. for your kurtas. College-going young girls are going gaga about them. They add particular punk to your look and declare your love for animals non-verbally. Team these kurtas (long or short) with light-washed denims, and you are good to go!
These trance-themed kurta prints are inspired from the spiritual design of mandala. Splash in multiple colours (opt for the deep and bold ones), pair the mandala-inspired kurta print with a dark hued bottoms and wear oxidised earrings and you are sorted with a colourful yet ‘decent’ funky look!
Mismatch kurta prints came out as a craze around the metro cities! All sorts of designs – geometrical, abstract, mandala, floral, etc., are put together. Some kurtas can also be made from multiple clothes of individual prints and colours stitched together. A tip for these kurtas – a contrasting border will do wonders to the whole look OR wear accessories of contrast colours – you are bound to pop out of the crowd!
One of the most hassle-free kurta prints would be the geometric ones. They look very smart, suave and elegant at the same time. They are very popular amongst the younger generations as they add the right amount of punk and carefree-ness to the look. You can team this with leggings or denims. The ones without slits can also be worn individually.
They are like everyday-kurta prints for the college-going crowd. Colour-block prints for kurtas are the most western or non-traditional one can reckon of (of course, after the plain monotone kurtas). Team these literally with anything. A statement ring and a chunky woodsie or metallic kada will pop out easily against these prints.
Abstract prints are here slay the Indo-western look! Even a simple kurta of straight-fitting and normal three-forth sleeves can look amazing with this print. You can opt for due-tones or multi-coloured prints; and to make the kurta fashionable, ask your tailor to give it an amazing neck, back and/or sleeve designs. Pair these with monotone bottoms and accessories of the same popping colour.
Thanks to the contemporary painters’ contribution, landscape prints are possible on textiles. There are many such artists who also take requests for customised textile prints. One fun fact about these designs – when done on khadi or lenin with natural dyes, you will get absolutely amazing prints and texture.
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