Happy winters everyone. Hoping that you are enjoying the amazing weather.
A lot of you lovely ladies think that kurtas are just meant for summers. Well of course they are a must have in our summer wardrobes, but today we share with you hacks that’ll help you flaunt your kurtas in the winters as well.
8 Kurta Style tips for winters
Adhere to these and see a bright and chirpy winter wardrobe. So grab a cup of tea, and take notes!
- Choose deeper colors
You know its winters when you are happy to switch to deeper colors. This winter wear deeper hues like – wine, burgundy, oxblood, deep browns, plum, purple and spell royalty in a new way.
All these fall colors are perfect for Indian ethnic wear and complement the Indian skin tone very well.
You could pair varying styles of jewelry – polki, kundan, tribal silver, or the traditional gold and stand out in the crowd.
Love Black as a Deep Color? Here are 5 Ways to style your Black Kurtas.
- Silk it up
Winter is the best season to be perfectly comfortable in silk suits and kurtas. Style them uniquely so that you can experiment new looks. Kurta with palazzos is very chic, while kurta with pants is the evergreen style.
Varying the length of the kurta is also an option. Sport a short kurta style with Patiala salwar, or a long front slit kurta style with slim fit pants. Chandelier earrings, bangles, heels and potli bag would be best accompaniments.
By the way, don’t forget to read this guide on Ways to Wear a Kurta. Jeans, Palazzos or pants, it’s all covered up here.
Embroidered jackets would add an instant charm and panache to your ethnic wear. They look good and keep you warm – a double thumbs up for winters.
You could wear long jackets and pair them Palazzos, jeans or even pants.
Wear an embroidered silk jacket for a day wedding, pre-wedding festivities or a formal dinner. You could wear the jacket with a saree and make a huge style statement.
- Bright colors
Add a splash of colors in the grey gloomy winters with the vibrant hues of your kurtas. Fuchsia, red, orange, magenta are the trending colors. A bright kurta with a contrast colored bottom wear looks great.
Wear this combination for a day function and take sassy to a new level.
- Khadi chic
This is the perfect season for flaunting those classy khadi kurtas. The good thing about these subtle beauties is that you can underplay yet make an impact. Pair them with pants or palazzos.
When worn with churidar or palazzos with minimum make-up, the attire would be perfect for a casual day out or lunch date. Carry a tan tote and wear gladiator flats to look ‘Wow’.
So the next time, make a supreme style statement with your khadi kurta.
- Match a shawl
Open your mom and grandma’s closet and get those vintage shawls back in vogue. You could drape them like a dupatta and rock the winter wedding brilliantly.
They heavily embroidered shawls look great with a plain suit. Add a flower to your side bun, kohl lined eyes, deep dark lipstick and you’d be good to go.
- Wrap up a stole/ scarf
If you think that managing a shawl is not your cup of tea, you could always choose scarves and stoles. They look amazing with ethnic wear, both casual as well as formal.
- Heavy Dupattas
Winters and weddings go hand in hand. For all the festivities and celebrations, style your favorite kurta with heavy dupattas and you’d be getting lots of compliments. Wear a dark colored suit with a bright dupatta for a day wedding.
Get those phulkari dupattas out now. Colorful and graceful, phulkari imbibes warmth in your winter wardrobe. Adorn a beautiful phulkari or bagh dupatta with a plain silk suit, Punjabi jutties, parandi and box clutch for a wedding.
For a formal get together you could also pair a pretty phulkari suit with palazzos or pants.
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Be your flashy best in every season. Who can make a woman stop? Oh, don’t even try! These winter kurta styles will take all of us a long way.
If you would like to add a tip of yours, you’re more than welcome in the comments below. Our sisterhood is quotidian!
Have a Happy Winter