Kurtis are one of the most comfortable ethnic dressing outfits which you can wear during festivities and also to work. They are breezy, casual and stylish all at once but it all depends on how you style them. Though they are most summer favourite, nobody said you can't make them work in the winter months either. With the right styles, kurtiscan be great winter-wear options as well especially in offices and casual occasions and not just the festive seasons. Here are a few easy ways to style your kurtis and not let the winter months come in like a blizzard and kill your vibe.
7 Ways To Wear Your Kurtis In Winters
1. Use A Scarf
The most common way to protect yourself from the cold winter breezes in winters is by using a scarf. Scarves can make cool style statements with kurtis too and especially in the winter. Team up your long or short kurtis with a pair of fitted denims and wear a scarf to complete the look.
2. Layer On With A Cape
You can pair literally all kinds of kurtis as long as you have thick-layered cape that can be thrown on top, preferably if it is a long sleeved one. It is stylish as well as apt for the winters You can pair the outfits with leggings, jeggings or even denims for a more casual outlook.
3. Add Up A Denim Jacket
If you want to add a modern twist to your ethnic dressing, why not try out a short denim jacket with your long or short length kurta. You can opt for traditional earrings and a chic pair of mojaris to complete your look.
4. Use Trench Coats
Who said trench coats are only for western wear and formals? You can team up a trench coat with a kurta and buckle it up to save yourself from the harsh winter months all while looking like the fashionista you were meant to be. Style it with your favourite waist belt and add some chunky jewellery to further amp the look.
5. Gloves And Boots
You can also team up a kurti with a pair of denim pants and use gloves and long boots as your winter essentials and accessories. It is not just a cool way to save yourself from the winter days but a it also adds a unique spin to the trend.
6. An Embroidered Shawl
There is nothing that speaks for itself quite like a shawl to accompany a kurta. No matter what the style of the shawl, you can be rest assured that with your kurti of choice, you can keep the traditional touch intact without compromising on keeping the cool days at bay.
7. Carry A Dupatta
If your intention is to wear a kurti for a festive ethnic occasion, nothing will work better than a vibrant dupatta. Choose from a block-printed, embellished or a hand painted dupatta, and team it with your kurti to ensure you look chic as ever.
How will you style your kurti in winters? Tell us in the comments below.Comments