There’s traditional wear that collects dust until the wedding season comes around and then there’s the kurta, something that has been a part of our everyday wardrobes for as long as we can remember. Each season, we try to discover not only a slew of ways to style it but also new sources for it and our latest finds don’t disappoint. Below, we’ve rounded up five labels that you can count on if you’re looking to build your collection of kurtas.
The size-inclusive label has on offer the easiest kurtas crafted using khadi and soft cottons. Dress them up or down.
Blue Green Print…
Beige Khadi Lace…
Icy pastels and age-old crafts come together in Ananta’s latest line-up. Here you can expect to come upon styles suited to day festivities.
Off White A-Line…
Pink Chanderi Silk..
Grey Chanderi Silk..
Want to add kurtas to your workwear wardrobe? Baise Gaba, a label with its roots in Rajasthan,gives you more ways than one. Think cool, cotton kurtas in the power pairing of red and white.
White Flared Kurta…
White Gathered Kurta
White Straight Checkered…
With the combination of rich chanderi and hand block prints, D’art Studio dials up the drama on the staple.
Off White Chanderi…
Off White Chanderi
Black Chanderi Hand
At first sight it may seem like Indya has ethnic wear that you should bank for a friend’s wedding but dig a little deeper and you’ll see everyday-appropriate kurtas trimmed with tassels and more.
Grey Aztec Foil…
Red & Mustard Geo…
Olive Baroque Mix…
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