By now, we all are aware of how much our B-town celebrities love ethnic wear and the favourite among the various styles is kurtas. From Sara Ali Khan's airport look to Janhvi's casual wear, kurtas have been a staple in celebrity wardrobes and we too are in love with kurtas. Spring-summer season is like a fresh start and while we all wait for new trends to take over, it's always better to be ahead of the game and stock up on chic kurtas beforehand. We all know how to master the art of wearing a kurta but having a wide range to play around with is also essential. Spring-summer calls for peppy colours, pastel hues, micro prints and much more. So, get your summer game on with these latest styles of kurtas.
Get Your Hands On These Kurtas For Spring-Summer
Make some room for these new kurta styles.
1. Pastel Love
Show some love to pastel colours and get going with them. The soothing hues will not only add an extra edge but also keep you up-to-date with latest styles. With so many designs, we are sure you won't be able to pick one (but many more).
Microprints have been in trend for a while now. If you are someone who wants to give a skip to digital prints or massive prints then this style would be the perfect pick for you.
3. Slit Style
A kurta with a front slit can be styled in many ways. From pairing it with denims to wearing it with palazzo, front slit kurtas are multipurpose clothing pieces.
4. Floral Prints
A style that is a must-have in your spring summer closet is floral prints. Not only do they add the much-needed pop of colour but also amps up your style factor.
5. Maxi Kurtas
Wear your kurta like a dress now. Maxi-style kurtas make for a chic case with its cuts, adding an extra edge to your look.
6. Asymmetrical Hem
Kurtas with asymmetrical hemlines are what you need for some drama. The unique cuts of asymmetrical kurtas will instantly set you apart.
7. Peppy Colours
Bright and quirky colours are what you need in your closet this spring-summer. From shocking pink to fluorescent green, adorn neons like no one else this season.
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