Cotton kurtas are the quintessential style statement for summers. When paired with palazzos they look hot as hell. For the sultry summers, this easy breezy combination of palazzos and kurtas is just what you need. Say no to those clinging churidaars or tight pants. This combination will breeze you through a hot day and get your boho side up on the front.
A casual outing with friends or a wedding function, this combination makes a great style statement. Play around with the length of the kurta and you’ll be able to create different looks. Anarkalis, short kurtis, long kurtas and what not, palazzos complement them all.
You can jazz up the combination with accessories and make-up. Match the correct footwear – flats for a casual look and heels for a formal event along with a trendy bag and you’ll be good to go.
Here are five ways in which you can style your palazzos with various types of kurtas.
- Palazzos with Long kurtas
The evergreen combination of long kurtas and palazzos can seldom go wrong. For summers, cotton kurtas and palazzos are super hit. Wear print on print by matching the hues and undertones. For a classic look, pair block printed palazzos with a solid colored kurta and cotton dupatta.
Kohlapuri chappals or jutties will perfectly complement the look. Accentuate the overall feel with silver jewelry and a leather sling.
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- Palazzos with Short Kurtis
While long kurtis give a more ethnic vibe, short kurtis when teamed up with palazzos look very funky.
The combination is a great mix of Indo-western and you can experiment a lot in this style. Vary your footwear from a kohlpuri to gladiator sandals and a little change in the accessories would make a huge difference. Match same colors in different patterns or go overboard with solid colors.
- Palazzos with Slit Kurtis
Slit kurtis or slit tops have become very popular and are current favorites of many. Flowy chiffons, pretty printed georgettes and classic cotton, you get them in a variety of materials. The trick is to match the top with the right kind of palazzo for an effervescent look.
Team up a front slit kurta with wide legged pants for a brunch with friends or when running errands. You’ll be comfortable and yet will not have to compromise on style at all.
- Palazzos with Jacket Kurtas
Jacket kurtas have become the talk of the town. They look gorgeous and can be dressed up for a formal event. Pairing a jacket kurta with palazzo pants is a great idea.
It is a semi-formal look so you can modify it by varying your accessories and footwear. You can also experiment with the length of the kurta to create new looks and styles.
Must read: How to wear kurtas with jackets?
- Palazzos with Anarkalis
When talking about ethnic wear and kurta love, we cannot forget the epitome of class, our beloved anarkalis.
If you haven’t paired your favorite anarkali with a palazzo pant, then you must do it this summer. It looks amazing and is very comfortable. Perfect for those heavy kurtas for weddings and functions.
Pair a heavily embroidered kurta with plain palazzos, heels, chaandbaalis and a box clutch for a day wedding. Replicate the look in cotton for a casual event.
So which of these looks was your favorite and which ones are you looking forward to trying this summer? Do let us know in the comments section below. Also, let us know if you have a unique way of styling your favorite kurta and palazzo combination.
Glam up your ethnic look by adding a dash of kohl, silver jhumkas and glass bangles. And like always, Happy Styling!
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