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Long Kurtis With Front Cut
Front Cut Kurtis
Gone are the days where clothes were accepted only in one form. With so many new versions of one style in the market, designers keep working on how to make the old trend fresh with modern twists. One of the most versatile examples of this would be a Kurta, which was originated around the 2nd century BC. Back then they were worn with Patiala Salwars, lose pajama or dhoti. The entire concept of kurta was to make a comfortable wear for women who worked in that era. Kurtis are now worn by women by women of all ages and for all occasions. And with various variations in the concept, there are even more choices to take a pick.
Lately, one such trend that caught everyone's attention is the front cut or front open Kurtis. The style has caught on quickly amongst the college girls as well as ladies who want to wear to semi-formal events or parties. Read on to know more about the stylish trend.
We all know there are several types of Kurtis to choose from. Similarly, there are several types of cuts and slits as well i.e. the front slit, side slit, the double side slit. The best part of these Kurtis are they can be paired with several types of bottom wear like pants, jeans, jeggings, leggings, churidars or even ripped jeans, take a pick according to the occasion. The front slits or front open Kurtis are a massive success amongst the girls, where they can wear the traditional outfit with a modern touch, the best of both worlds. Generally, the front slit Kurtis are sleeveless or designed other modern trends like cold shoulders, off-shoulder, or puffed ones. Sometimes the sleeves can have heavy work on them if they are being worn for events like weddings or festivals. They tend to best go with ripped jeans, jeans or jeggings, keeping the modernism intact. For heavy sleeves, one can pair it with skirts, pants or churidars.
Kurtis are also worn more in summers than in winter. If you find the traditional Kurtis bit boring, then pick the slit Kurtis for your wardrobe to add more glamour to look. And to add more glamour, there are a few ways one can style the slit Kurtis. Add some embroidery and embellishment to the outfit to make it a fitting outfit for weddings or festivals. Pair with matching danglers or earrings and complete the look with nice pair of matching color heels. The front slit looks great in asymmetrical, A-line, and Anarkali styles of Kurtis, which come in vibrant colors and prints. They make a perfect outfit for daytime outings, brunches, and casual parties. All one needs to do is accessorize them well, with matching shoes, jewels, and sling bag or clutch. The slit Kurtis looks funky in Indo-western style. The slit in the Indo-western style front open Kurtis are higher than other styles and shows off a bit of your stomach. Another way of wearing the Kurti can be adding buttons to it and make it dual purpose. Use it like a Kurti buttoning it up or one can use it as a jacket, wearing it over spaghetti and hair tied up in a bun to have an edgy look by pairing it with jeans or jeggings and sandals, flats or even casual shoes.
With a pool of Kurties to choose from and multiple styles, the Kurtis are definitely of the most versatile Indian wear that represents our culture. The various variation like A-line, Straight, Anarkali, asymmetrical, different kinds of prints; floral, animal, asymmetrical, and different sleeves types, sleeveless, bell sleeves, cold shoulder, off the shoulder, there are just too many options. And since it is low maintenance attire, which is also comfortable to wear and carry, the women want it all. And you can buy them all at Stylecaret. Explore the website to see more styles.