Kurtis are the most preferred upper garment for women of all ages. It does not have any attachments and can just be slipped from over the head and can easily be maintained. But, that does not mean that the outfit is boring or simple? Kurtis can be worn for any occasion too with designers these days, coming up with anarkali styled kurtis, long straight kurtis and likewise leaving us with many options to pair it with and wear it everywhere. There are kurtis with plenty of heavy work available too for festive occasions and plain thread work or printed ones available to help you wear kurtis to office or college.
Women are often confused as to what and how to pair up the bottoms or the garment for the lower half of the body while wearing kurti. We are presenting a guide here to help you understand how you can try matching yours.
- With Skirt:
If we see today, plenty of people are going for wearing skirts, and they may not know what goes well with skirt. Earlier, only short kurtis that would end at the hips would be worn with skirts. But, today, long skirts could be easily worn with a long kurti itself and you can carry it off with just a pair of danglers for best effect. Chak De India movie actress Vidya Malvade looks ravishing in one such combination, doesn’t she?
- With Capris or Shorts:
If you love your shorts or capris and are planning to spend the entire summer in those, then also you can coolly wear kurtis with both. Look at Rani Mukherjee, who has worn the kurti and matching capris and she has definitely set some standards in style, we must say.
- With pant style bottom:
Suppose you have a pair of trousers or pants, then to make it a little casual or stylish, try wearing it in the style Bipasha Basu has worn this and you will see that you too can look as gorgeous as this leggy babe. Keep your look formal with not much of jewelry and your look will be complete.
- With Sharara:
If you are a girl who loves to experiment and even love the bohemian look, then try wearing a kurti in the style of Deepika Padukone with sharara bottom. The sharara will be somewhat like a palazzo and is roomy and yet, gives you the funky look.
- With Denim pants:
If you love wearing denims at all times of the year, then with that also you can match your kurti and look superhot. Case in point is being made by the actress Shilpa Shetty who is someone known for experimenting with all her clothes and Boy, does she look Glamorous? Yes, she does! With blue denims, she has worn grey and blue kurti and matched it with blue pumps! Woot!
The modern woman’s wardrobe is practically incomplete with a pair of leggings for herself. The fitting lycra pants comes in various colors and you can wear it with preferably knee long kurti or with kurtis that are longer than that too. You can try wearing it like Genelia D’Souza who is looking pretty in off-white and red kurti in georgette and has worn with off-white leggings.
Warning! But please do not try to wear with super-short kurti that ends on the top of the leggings!
- With Churidar:
If the kurtis are loose and flowing, then the kurti should ideally be paired with a fitting bottom like a churidar. The matching churidar is so perfect if you wear with long kurtis also that it will give a beautiful slender look to you. Jacqueline fernandez looks stunning in this long anarkali Kurti with churidar bottom.
- Dhoti style bottom:
This style is superb for those who love to wear loose bottoms. The layered dhoti style bottom is just right to be worn with short kurti or kurtis that end just above the knee. Stylish Alia Bhatt knows how to carry off the look and we saw her wearing this kind of kurti with dhoti style bottoms in her recent films too.
- With Patiyala bottom:
Patiyala bottoms can be paired with kurtis of varying sizes and since it is loose, you can try wearing it with comfortable fitting kurti. Look at how ravishing actress Tisca Chopra looks in this pairing.
- With Punjabi style bottom:
Women who love to wear the layered Punjabi styled bottoms have got their style quotient right. Whether you wish to have plain or single colored Punjabi styled pants or if you want the multi colored ones, then match it with your kurti and of course, do not forget the Jhumkas on your ears. The effervescent beauty Vidya Balan has stuck to the dependable white Punjabi bottom for her kurti in black for best results.
Now that you have got your bottoms right to match with your kurtis, we surely hope that you can take a leaf out of our ladies here who have got their style just right!