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The Traditional Kurta Look

Indian Traditional Kurta Look

A kurta is similar to a loose collarless shirt. It can be long and knee length or short and hip or even waist length. It can be worn with denims too although originally they were worn with salwar’s, pajama’s, dhoti’s or jodhpur pants.

It is a traditional and popular look amongst the men and women of south east Asia, especially when dressing up for a festive or special occasion like Diwali, Holi, weddings and puja.

So how to style the traditional kurta?

Look 1

Team up the kurta with a pajama or salwar. Go for a hip to knee length kurta, the waist length kurta wont cut it. It will look odd and you will stand out and not in the way you want. Complete the look with sandals instead of flip flops or formal shoes or boats.

Look 2

Foe look 2 try teaming up your kurta with a pair of well fitted denims. This look is perfect for puja’s and small festive events. It is a blend of traditional and casual. Complete the look with some Kolhapuri chappals.

Look 3

Team up the kurta with a traditional dhoti. This is a very traditional and sophisticated look. If you are refraining from this look out of the fear of your dhoti coming off or becoming undone, fret not, for now you can buy a readymade dhoti and enjoy sporting this classic style.

The Traditional Kurta Look
The Traditional Kurta Look
The Traditional Kurta Look
The Traditional Kurta Look


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