Top Kurti Design Ideas for Kids This Festive Season
Motifs Kurti in Pink and Green
Motifs are the classiest style of the Indian ethnic wears. They bring an exquisite charm to any dress. Since the early mid century, motifs are very popular in our traditional dressing style. Babyhug Sleeveless Kurti and Patiala with Dupatta Floral Motifs - Pink Green is a beautiful attire for your daughters. The bright coloured Kurta and Patiala is available for different age groups from 18-24 months to 5-6yrs. The Kurti is a sleeveless simple frock style dress with embroidery lining of floral patterns. The detailing on the kurti is studded and the fabric is pure faux silk. The dupatta is a net fabric with traditional hangings. The Kurti Patiala set can be paired with jutis or classy pumps. The traditional attire can be availed at a price of Rs.1,500 from firstcry.com.
Casual Kurti from Pink & Blue
For the casual morning gatherings or family time, we recommend the sweet casual short kurti. The fbb casual kurti is a parrot green short kurti. The kurti is available for different age brackets from 3- 8 years. The kurti has a straight collar look with embroidery work on the neckline area. The short kurti can be paired exquisitely with darker colour leggings or palazzos. You can choose from dark pink or golden shades to match up your kurtis. The majestic kurti can be bought at a price of Rs.300 from Flipkart. On the accessories front, you can help your dollies wear cute pink danglers and matching sandals.
Red Kurti with Palazzo
Indian festivities call for bold colours in traditional wears. With such shimmer and charm all around, it is important that your children are dressed according to the festivities. For festivities like Holi or Diwali, we recommend a classy anarkali calf length kurti. This dress has a mandarin collar neck with three-quartered and a flare outlook. This will make your baby girl feel like a princess for sure. The dress is made of pure cotton fabric and can be easily machine washed. The kurta has a golden work across the neckline and along the hemline of the kurta. The Kurta is paired up in a similar coloured elasticised waistband palazzo with a slip on bottom closure. This red kurta from Bitya by Bhama is a perfect combination of ethnicity, style and trendy design. You can pair this set with flats and golden bangles. The Girls Red Self Design Kurta with Palazzos from Myntra is a great piece which can be bought at Rs.1,249.
Embroidered Blue Kurti with Golden Palazzos
When you have a baby girl, you want to dress her up in the most beautiful dresses and frocks. Although ethnic wears are a part of our culture, it is generally not a part of our kid’s wear. To complete the dream of putting your little girl in ethnic look, we recommend a royal blue embroidered Kurta teamed up with a beige coloured Palazzo. This kurta palazzo set is an exquisite exhibit of floral embroidery. The contrasting set is a smart and elegant choice for wedding receptions or occasional night gatherings. The kurta is a plain solid royal blue colour with precise embroidery work on the neckline and the hem of the sleeves. On the other hand, the palazzo has floral prints of blue to merge the design together. The sangria dress can be matched with flowery hair accessories and golden sandals. This sangria dress is an authentic Indian wear which is quite budget friendly as well. The three quartered sleeve dress can be bought at a price of Rs.1,500 on Jabong.
Angrakha Kurti with Dhoti Pants
Angrakha Kurtis are the newest trendy designs, and are being much talked about in the fashion world. So why not dress your Barbie dolls in one of them? We suggest an angrakha kurti with dhoti set, which is available for different age brackets. This is an ideal attire for festivals. The kurti is a pink block printed kurti with multicolour mirror work embellishments. The neckline also has few cuter tassels along the border of the embellishments. The pink angarkaha can be paired with a dhoti which has printed pink floral petals all over it. The contrast colours work beautifully and are a perfect choice to dress your baby in the summer mornings for a party or a festivity. The dress is quite budgeted too and can be bought at a price of Rs.1,049 on mirraw.com.
Patiala Suit Kurti
Kurti Patiala set is a trend since ages from the Punjab region. This is a trend which never goes dull. Why not dress your dolls in the cutest patiala set for the upcoming festivity. The jacquard embroidered short kurta in a subtle pink colour is the outfit for morning festivities. The ethnic wear has beaded designs on the midline of the dress. It is a comfort fit because of the faux silk and the sleeveless pattern. The bottom wear is a light same shade full length patiala. The neckline has embroidered jacquard work and floral prints along the width of the dress. The dress is a subtle fit for your gatherings, kid’s birthday parties and school functions too. The dress set is available in almost all age brackets up to the age of 6 years. The pocket friendly ethnic wear can be bought at a price of Rs.675. You can accessorise with studded earrings and simple hair clips to dress her like a princess. Order it on Amazon.
Party Wear Kurti for Female Kids
We have handpicked a few party wear ethnic dresses for your baby daughter. These dresses can go perfectly with any occasion, be it a marriage ceremony or an important family gathering.
Aarika Kurti with Lehenga Skirt
Kurti with lehenga skirt are the latest trends. They are gorgeous way of dressing up your dolls this marriage season. The kurta is a shimmery golden silk fabric choli wear. The sleeveless dark beige design has a heavy embroidered design in navy velvet across the neckline. There are embellishments studded on to the embroidered part of the kurti to make it more exquisite. The blouse is zipped in the back and makes it more comfortable to wear. The bottom wear is a navy blue velvet lehenga with a slip on closure. The lehenga is available for age brackets for 4- 13 years of age. The Aarika Girls Beige & Navy Blue Embroidered Ready to Wear Lehenga & Blouse with Dupatta is perfect match for marriage ceremonies gatherings. The ready to wear lehenga with a flared hem is available at Rs.1,665 on Myntra
Light Pink Patiala Suit Combo
Bandhgala is a popular neckline and a very common ethnic tradition in dressing styles. The Saarah Light Pink Patiala Kurta Set is a visual treat in pink and cream. The cotton blend kurti is a front open flare kurti with golden and pink floral printed embroidery. The classy set is available in different age brackets of 5-12 years of age. The Chinese collar sleeveless light pink kurti has designs across the collars, sleeves, and the hemline of the kurti. The bottom wears patiala in block printed velvety shade while the dupatta is blend of cream and pink. The lining of the dress makes it more comfortable and easy to wear. The mandarin collar kurta set with Patiala is available at Rs.1,399. Try to bun up the hair in a ponytail fashion or high bun. Danglers or jhumkas will attribute to the dress perfectly. The attire is a perfect evening gown to doll up your Barbie for night gatherings or evening school functions. You can check it out on snapdeal.com.
Banglori Silk Salwar Suit for Baby Girls
Got a school event where ethnic wear is the code? Well we are here to help you The dhoti wear salwar suit dress is a party wear dress for the next school function. The kurta is a multi coloured cotton silk with floral digital print and soft crepe on the inside. The dhoti is a bright yellow dhoti made up of taffeta silk. The dupatta is a blend of orange and yellow colours in net fabric and lacy borders. The dhoti style salwar suit is available for a variety of ages. The prices of this dress vary according to the size of the dress. The prices range from Rs.889 – Rs. 1,149 only. The multi colour printed kurti can be matched with little flowery hair clips. The dress has cute tassels and is a perfect fit for your daughter's school functions, birthday parties or other ceremonies. Buy it from Amazon.
Black Kurti and Printed Dhoti Set
The Asymmetric Party Wear Kurti in black showcases the trend of uneven hemlines. It is lightweight and the soft fabric makes it comfortable to wear. The dress will go perfectly for night parties or ceremonies. The Kurti has a mandarin kurti collar with silver pearls across the hemline of the asymmetric part of the kurti. It is available for the age bracket of 3- 9 years of age. The fabric is stretchable and is paired with a white dhoti in printed black floral prints. The Arshia Fashions Girls Kurti and Dhoti Salwar Set Yellow can be bought at a price of Rs.999 on amazon.in
Biba Peach Floral Embroidery Kurti
Anarkalis are back in fashion since the last few years. The peach coloured anarkali from Biba is an ideal party wear for your girly dolls. The dress is an authentic Indian design in 100 percent nylon. The dress is available for different age brackets from 3-4 to 11-12 years. It has a beautifully designed and embroidered area. The kurti is calf length and the zip on the back holds it comfortably for your gitl. The lower portion of the anarkali is a flared affair with typical frock like pattern. You can pair the anarkali kurta with leggings or can wear it as a dress. The Biba Anarkali Kurta with Embroidery can be bought at a price of Rs.2,569 on ajio.com.
Tips to Help Your Children Dress Up in Pretty Kurti Styles
Traditional dressing is an important part of our heritage. Not just adults, we love dressing up our toddlers in the ethnic form too. Kids look pretty and like cute little monsters in whatever they wear. But the question is what to make them wear which doesn’t look too mature for their age. Traditional kurta pajaymas, lehengas and kurtis are available for children in different age brackets from 1-13 years. But how to pick the right clothes for them in that arena is the bigger question.
Bright Kurtis with Patialas for Festivities
Bright colours like yellow, red, pink are all time favourites. They go perfectly on important occasions or festivities. But ensure that the kurtis are of simpler designs and comfortable fabric. More designs or embellishments might make your kiddies uncomfortable. Choose to pair the kurtis with flared Patialas of contrasting colours.
Floral Prints Make Them Look Cuter
Floral Prints are the appropriate casual look for subtle morning wear. Be it an early morning visit to a temple or a Holi gathering party, florals add charm to the attire. Small floral prints in off beat colours are a good choice for your cutie pies.
Add Short Dupattas with Their Kurtis
To give your babies the feel of the traditional attire, it is important that you add a small dupatta to the dress. The dupatta can be smaller in length so that it is comfortable for your kids to manage them. Pleat the dupatta and pin in onto the shoulder. You can also try different styles of draping the dupatta keeping in mind the children.
Traditional Clothes and Kids
It is a combination that everyone loves to see. Be it marriages or family functions, these days, kids are always seen in ethnic outfits. However, you shouldn't get carried away thinking only about looks. Always ensure that the clothes are comfortable for your kids. You wouldn't want them to look distressed or teary-eyed in those amazing wedding photos.