Kurtis Are Taking the Fashion World by Storm – Getting Popular all over the World !!

Fashion Ka Fatka is analyzing the market since years. The modern trend is constantly changing.

Indians have always been known in the international arena for being fashionable. The styles and trends of Indian fashion keeps on changing every now and then. Almost every outfit worn by a supermodel, a socialite or a movie-star becomes a fashion statement here. It is this constant innovation and incessant styling that have caused some major revolutions to take place in the fashion scenario of this nation. And what revolutions they were! Be it ‘lehenga sarees’ or ‘fistail lehengas’, ‘corset blouses’ or ‘net dupattas’, every invention has its own charm that has successfully swept the fashionistas off their feet. But the title of the most prominent of these inventions has to go to ‘kurtis’. It is one of the best formulae created by the fashion gurus of India.

Can you think of anything better that looks good on women of all ages and sizes? Probably not. Indian Kurti is the ideal item for year-round wear. You just have to make sure that you have the right fabric, the right color, the right silhouette, and the right design, at the right time. And you are sorted. Although, Indian Fashion goes through a cycle of birth and rebirth of styles, kurtis never go out of style. More importantly, it is an outfit which is preferred and not frowned upon by those who prefer to wear traditional clothes and despise western wears with a passion.

Women always want to look their best. Keeping this simple fact in mind, fashion houses and reputed designers are coming up with an array of designs that appeal both to the domestic as well as the international market. It is interesting to note that kurtis rank as a favorite of both working Indian women and homemakers as they can easily be worn with jeans, capris, skirts, tights, leggings, cotton pants, etc.

Kurtis are available in a wide variety of fabrics like, cotton, silk, wool, tussar, crepe, lenin, net faux crepe, georgette, and faux georgette. They are noted for the diversity in vibrant colors and decorative art works too. Some of the most popular one of these works are the chikonkari, embroidery, zardozi, sequins, patch, bandhinis, mirror work, kundan, mina work, stones, sitaras, jamawar embellishments, beads, abstract paintings and geometric printings.

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