Bid adieu to body-hugging dresses and corset tops, and opt for comfy and oversized chikankari kurtas this season. Here, we tell you different ways to style them.
With the increased humidity level, our clothing options have become limited. While synthetic outfits have become a big no-no, wearing heavy denim material has also become difficult. Monsoon calls for oversized clothes with breathable material. But does putting comfort first means that fashion will take a back seat? It does not! This season, make a statement by dressing up the desi way in chikankari kurtas.
Many celebrities from the telly world have also been crushing over this embroidery design that rules the markets in Lucknow. After all, it brings the nawabi nazakat with it. From Rashami Desai and Hina Khan to Karishma Tanna and Aamna Sharif, many stunners have been giving us wardrobe inspiration for the season.
How to rock chikankari kurtas
Now, styling a chikankari kurta is literally a cakewalk as it teams up well with anything. If you are in a mood for experimenting, then you can pick a contrasting colour combination. You can go for a bight coloured kurta with a white embroidery and can team it with white pyjama or palazzo pants.
Another way to style a chikankari kurta is to team it up with matching lowers. You can also wear a kurta set that has heavy embroidery design all over to your casual outings.
Combining desi with videsi, you can also pair a comfy kurta with your favourite jeans. You can even add an interesting twist by teaming the outfit with a fanny pack.
Looking for an easy-breezy kurta look? Take a cue from Alaya F. An oversized kurta is a must-have this season.
Choosing a sheer long kurta with fitted cotton pants is also a good option.
A traditional look seems incomplete without jewellery, doesn’t it? Oxidised jewellery is the perfect partner for your chikankari kurta. The trick here is not to go overboard. You can either go for heavy chandbalis and jhumkas or a statement necklace.