Kurta with Trousers Can Be a Deadly Combination That You Can Wear on Any Occasion: Sizzle in These 10 Kurti and Trouser Sets Like a Diva (2019)

Kurta with Trousers Can Be a Deadly Combination That You Can Wear on Any Occasion: Sizzle in These 10 Kurti and Trouser Sets Like a Diva (2019)

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Today kurti market is at sky-high, every woman wants to wear Kurti in their daily life. Kurti with trousers looks extremely modern even in a traditional silhouette. You can instantly upgrade your look from zero to modern, wearing a straight cut pant with Kurti. It is the best outfit choice to put upon if you are not comfortable with the body-hugging leggings or want to try something modern instead of a regular salwar.

Kurti and Trouser Sets are Actually in Vogue on 2020

Gianni Versace once said "Don't be into trends. Don't make fashion own you, but you decide what you are, what you want to express by the way you dress and the way to live."

Remembering this great designer's words we can say that fashion should not control us, we should learn to handle fashion like a pro. Decade after decade it will come up with new ideas and expressions but to be truly fashionable, we must adhere to our own statement style. This does not necessarily mean not going with the trend, it means sticking to originality. In fashion one thing we must give priority to is a comfort. After wearing a dress ask yourself, can I walk in this? If the answer is no then to ditch the trend and find your own way. This is what makes some people unique. They do not dress, they make fashion as they go. In this era of rapid westernization, we are slowly ruling out our ever ethnic wear. We embrace them only when its a special event. But a so-called Kurti trouser set is not limited to that. It can define not only a woman's grace but also provide her with a casual vibe so she can handle her outside world. Here in this post, we are going to see various types of Kurti trousers and how to style them! Grab a drink, relax and read on!

Seven Ways to Wear the Kurti Trouser Set Like a Pro Fashionista

1. Straight Cut Kurti with Chino Pants

Traditionally, kurtas were tunic usually made of silk but now it is also made of cotton and polyester and worn by males and females (kurta for male). It can be worn during special occasions like puja etc. But nowadays most urban women have chosen this as their primary attire. Chino is a special type of fabric made up of pure cotton and is used for making trousers. This fabric originated in China. Though Chinos are primarily for men it is also getting popular among women. The contemporary trend says khaki is the most popular shade of these pants. Pair up your straight cut vibrant kurta with a khaki chino (or more popularly cigarette pants), tie up your hair in a gorgeous ponytail, a dab of perfume and you are ready to hustle! This can go with any body type.

Here we have found you a different kind of Kurti trouser set though. The straight cut Kurti is pastel green in colour and is made of pure cotton. You can see that chikankari work has glorified its elegance to a new level. The bottom is a red Chino cotton pant that will not only look stylish but will also give you absolute comfort. A chiffon red dupatta can be added to work on that extra edge. Pair it up with high heels and hoop earrings and you are all set to go. You can find the look at www.likeadiva.com for Rs. 2,950. It will be worth it.

2. Koti Style Kurta with Flared Pants

Koti style Kurti is cotton straight cut Kurti paired with a heavily embroidered jacket to add elegance. There are various colours to choose from. Now if you are thinking about how to wear a koti Kurti then do not worry because you have come to the right place. You must have heard of flared jeans which are supposedly in thing these days. Salwar suit has a perfect counterpart for that, the flared pants! It seems like palazzo but it is not a regular palazzo pant. These pants come in solid colours or sometimes chikankari design. There is a wide range of variety to choose from. These are extremely comfortable and soothing enough to relax in the summer weather of India. If you are on the taller side then these will suit you beautifully, even if you are not, you can rock it anyway because in fashion confidence is the key.

Here we have presented you with a navy blue Kurti paired with a navy blue embroidered jacket. The sleeves are calf length and the fabric is cotton blend; therefore it will be fairly comfortable. It costs Rs. 899 and can be found at www.flipkart.com.

To give a show stopper look we have curated a white flared pant which is not only trendy but super comfy too! The pant is priced at Rs. 989 and is available at www.myntra.com.

3. Short Anarkali Kurta Paired with Dhoti Pants

Everyone has that extravagant long Anarkali Kurti secured inside their closets but you cannot catch a bus in it, can you? Therefore do smart shopping and look out for short Anarkali Kurtis. they can be a bit hard to find but if you find one then you have definitely made a good deal as you can wear it in parties and also at some festive occasion. Now you must be thinking about bottom wear. You are tired of the usual jeans and want to experiment with ethnic clothes. Then, dhoti pants should come to your rescue! Made up of fragile soft fabric crafted to perfection in layers will make your outfit stand out in the crowd. Accessorize your dress with a wayfarer sunglass and you are good to go. Here we have found you another navy blue fit and flared short Kurti. The cotton blended fabric is adorned with golden polka dots which adds a certain quirk to it. The sleeves are stylishly designed and the hem is flared. You can find this piece on www.myntra.com for Rs. 847.

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Pair it up with solid yellow cotton dhoti pants which can be found for Rs. 825 on www.lbb.in.

4. Asymmetrical Kurti with Churidaar

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Enough with the regular Kurti, ditch the usual and pick up a luscious asymmetrical Kurti and vaunt that ruthless femme inside you. Yes, it is unusual but at the same time feminine and sure does make a strong style statement. They come in solid colours, various prints and various types of symmetry. A must-have for those women who do not play by rules. Pairing it up is quite simple. A churidar pant with the right fit will do the work. Pair up your outfit with oxidized jewellery and cross boundaries in style. As an example, we have brought to you Dabu Handblock Print Indigo Cotton Asymmetrical Kurta. The Kurti is flowy and quite rustic in look as the hand block method is a traditional printing method. The process is completely eco-friendly. You can find this particular Kurti at Rs. 660 on www.ajio.com.

This is a simple but prominent dress and needs no exaggeration. Therefore you can pair it up with this beige solid cotton churidar and you are good to go! The churidaar can be found at www.pantaloons.com and it is priced at Rs. 249.

5. Kurti with Sharara Pants

You can call it a variant of palazzo pants but the versatility of this type called Sharara pants will amaze you. The pants can be of cotton or mixed fabric. We have found you this mustard Gota work sharara. They look like parallels up to the knee and then they drop down like flared pants. Yes, in case you are wondering they are extremely comfortable and perfect for summer wear. To make a statement you wear it with a short Kurti. The Kurti we have got you here is beige and gold-toned Kurti. Together they tame down the mustard yellow a bit.

You can grab the sharara pant at www.cilory.com for Rs. 1,049 and the Kurti on www.myntra.com for Rs. 449. Add a pair of heels with the outfit if you can.

6. Kurti Set with Patiala Pants

Kurti and Patiala, a typical attire of Punjabi woman had gain popularity throughout the country years ago and this trend is here to stay. Almost similar to dhoti pants but much fewer layers than those, Patiala salwar are a must-have for women at work and women at home. They can come in solid colours like the one we have suggested from flipkart.com. It's a cotton Patiala green in colour.

We have suggested to pair it up with crimson red A-line Kurti. Together they will look mesmerizing. Moreover, the entire set is very pocket-friendly. The Patiala is at Rs. 299 while the red Kurti is at Rs. 368. Awesome, right!

You can also go for printed satin Patiala pants but make sure you pair them up with solid Kurtis only and do not forget the jhumkas.

7. Parallel Pants to Jazz Up A Line Kurti

Last but not least, the parallel trousers with A-line casual Kurti will always be an all-time favourite for women. A parallel pant is almost like a palazzo and very comfortable. Especially during the summer, they are too easy to commute in. We have presented an olive green regular fit parallel trouser that has flowery prints in golden at the bottom. To pair up with this beautiful piece we have curated a white knee-length polyester Kurti also having golden flowery prints in it. The trouser is presented by the House of Rangmanch on Myntra for Rs. 899.

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You can find the simple and elegant Kurti on www.amazon.com at a starting price of Rs. 439. Style the outfit with sandals and if you want, a dupatta.

Must Have Accessories with The Suits to Make Heads Turn

A Dupatta

Kurti trouser design is something to look for. But this attire is often incomplete without a dupatta. A gorgeous, long, wide dupatta will not only add elegance to your style but also can make you look like a royalty. We all know dupattas are an essential part of Indian ethnic wear. It can go along with any kind of Kurti trouser design. Keep in mind, that, dupattas come in varying colours, shades. The fabric changes and so does the couture on dupatta. There are plain printed cotton dupattas to a heavily embellished gorgeous piece of work. Choose your favourite piece judging your outfit and occasion. Here we have presented a silk Matka jacquard weave dupatta from fabindia.com. This fuchsia bordered solid clothing will cost you Rs. 3,690 and trust me it is worth it!

High Heels are a Necessity

Comfort is the key to smart dressing. But you have to look a diva sometimes right? Being a diva does not necessarily mean discomfort but to some ladies, high heels are a major pain. But these are the things without which a girl's closet is incomplete. Maybe you have not found the comfortable heels yet because you do not know where to look. Therefore start with block heels or platform heels. Pro tip: ladies are free to choose whatever they like just do not forget the bling!

Attractive Ethnic Jewellery

Dupatta and high heels may add an edge to your Kurti trouser outfit but to add more glam and glitz a girl has to add proper jewellery. A Kurti trouser attire is almost bland without proper accessories. You can look out for silver jewellery with intricate designs. They make you look sober and chic at the same time. Oxidized jhumka or meenakari earrings are a must in your treasure box. They add the extra playfulness with your Patiala. If you love the glitter then get shiny bangles or glass bangle sets. cover your hands with them and get ready with your ethnic outfit for festive seasons. If the occasion is a wedding then you can add one step and wear maang tika of your choice. Various bling-ey hair accessories can also enhance your enigma and make heads turn. In short, you have to find out something that goes with your dress and does not break your bank.

Gorgeous Clutch

You can get everything on a budget but when it comes to a bag, you must break your bank for this. A gorgeous bag/clutch will add a new level to your attire and make it elegant while a cheap version might ruin the whole play. Here also you have the option to play with various designs and shapes and sizes. Maybe you are a sequined purse carrying girl, Then you can try items from Accessorize or Forever 21. Maybe you want to elegance and minus the bling, then you can try brands like Lavie and Caprese. The world is open out there and the choice is up to you. But you must remember to shop smart and dress smarter. Let the heads turn towards you tonight because it is your time to shine!

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Take the Formal Look By Wearing Shirt Style Kurti With Pants

Want to add sharpness and structure to Kurtis? Go for collared Kurtis. The collar along with the button-down design gives a neat and stylish look. This style is perfect for office meetings. So team up your long shirt style Kurtis with cropped pants and you are ready to rock! You can try funky collars and modern prints styled Kurtis.