Indian Ethnic Wear are always trending and the fashion keeps evolving. The best part with the ethnic dresses is that there is ample scope for styling and fusion & they never get boring.

The traditional kurti never goes out-of-fashion and just suits perfect in any form, occasion, accessories – with or without, heels or flats, any type of hair styles even.

Particularly the vibrant colors and color combinations and neck designs available in kurti patterns make them different and outstanding.

Some latest favorite stylish kurti designs are:

Umbrella Sleeves Kurti

The kurtis with umbrella (full flair) sleeves, tight from elbow flowing loose till wrist, look stylish and can be paired with dhoti or pants or same or contrast color. Perfect for get together with friends or family.

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Asymmetrical Kurti

These uneven asymmetrical kurti have been in fashion since long. Earlier there were shorter from front and longer from back and latest trend is the slanting or diagonal edge. These kurtis can be paired with contrast colored dhoti or pants or salwar or palazzo.

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Angrakha Kurti

This is the trending kurti design with an angrakha pattern on the upper side, looks like the dress of the ancient kings. These look pretty with chudidaar pajamas and contrast color for angrakha design.

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Anarkali Kurti

One can never look over-dressed with The evergreen anarkali kurti at any occasion. Anarkali kurti are fitted till waist and then free flowing with lots of frill till bottom. These long or short kurti can be paired with chudidar or palazzo. Cotton is perfect material for anarkali kurti. The more details, the more zing, the more beautiful it looks.

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Side Slit Kurti

There were kurtis with slits on both sides, then came kurtis with front centre slit, now latest is one slit little off from the centre, but not too left. This pattern will look better on short kurtis and best paired with dhoti or pajama or even jeans, mostly contrast colored. Perfect for casual outing.

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Which is your favorite kurti design?

Have you tried any of these kurti patterns or would be willing to try now?

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