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Mirror Work Kurtis

The mirror work kurti is an ideal item to be worn at any special event where you want to draw attention and look your best, while retaining your modesty and a certain elegance.

On this page, you will find our wide selection of beautifully crafted mirror work kurtis. We have selected each of them for their superior quality and beautiful designs. We take great care in storing and shipping our items, and make sure that we can’t be beaten on price. That way, you can rest assured that you are shopping in the very best place for stunning, mirror work kurtis.

Why Mirror Work Kurtis for Events

Kurtis are fantastic for events however you wear them. They are always attractive thanks to their long, flowing design, and their traditional nature only makes them even better suited to events.

Then there is the fact that kurtis are so versatile. If you want to wear a kurti on its own you can, but you also have the option of wearing one over the top of another skirt, or over leggings

In fact, this is one of the reasons that kurtis have become so popular around the world. Today they are enjoyed by many professional women who will enjoy wearing them over the top of trousers or jeans for instance. They are loose enough to be modest, while attractive and professional.

For really special occasions like weddings however, the mirror work kurti adds that little bit of extra ‘bling’. With those shiny tiles on your top, you will catch the light and glimmer, without being overly ostentatious. It’s a truly beautiful look and one that goes well with a range of other embroidery and heavy work.

You can find mirror work kurtis that have a modern design and that combine the small mirrored surfaces with the more modern-looking patterns. More often though, kurtis with heavy mirror work and embroidery will be the longer style worn to weddings.

How to Wear Kurtis

Kurtis come in a range of different styles – even once you have chosen a traditional-looking kurtis with embdroidery and mirror work, you still need to decide what material you want to choose (which might be impacted by the temperature and the weather), and you still need to think about things like flaring, length, etc. You should think about the color and what is going to compliment your own natural coloring, the footwear and other accessories you plan on wearing, and whether you intend on wearing anything underneath/over the top. It’s common to see kurtis worn with fitted churidar or salwar for women.

Whatever you decide, you will find that we have a huge selection of kurtis available and should have something that you can wear to your next event!