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Cool. Casual. Comfortable. Kurti styles to redefine your everyday looks

Comfort is the new cool. And when it comes to your everyday wear, nothing beats comfort. Soft fabrics, breathable and easy to move around in - finding the right fit for your everyday wear can be more challenging than it sounds. Worrying what to wear every time you are stepping out for work or some household chores can actually take up a lot of time. But, when you have your own catalouge of looks curated from before, you can sail through it every day. 

Today, our choice of comfort is the kurta set and the various styles that can be created from it. So, we will be exploring various ways to keep it cool and casual with this essentially Indian wear. Let’s start building your catalouge of everyday looks.


Look One: Blocks of heritage

Block print kurtis have a charm of their own. An ancient printing technique developed carefully in the hands of skilled artisans across generations, block prints have travelled the world. A generational art still being practised by Indian artisans, ranks high in the list of what people love to wear. So, when it comes to styling look one of your everyday wear, we recommend block print kurtis. Go for a simple A cut with enough breathing space. Always opt for cotton for maximum comfort. You can alternate between bright colours and more subtle prints, depending on your mood for the day. Style it with minimal accessories and complete the look with a pair of jeans or khaki or cotton pants.


Look Two: Short & chic

Short kurtis are a rage. Maybe it be brunch appointments or going to the office, when paired up right, short kurtis are perhaps the most comfortable of all daily wear suits. For look two, we are suggesting going with short kurtis and if you want to pair it up a little differently, go with palazzos along with it. Flare pants work well too, if they are not tight fitted at the top. The flare of your bottom wear will actually accentuate the look more. A light colour short kurti with bright palazzos can make a stunning and comfortable everyday wear. You can also try out jeans with short kurtis for a smart look. Again keep your accessories minimal and see how your look stands out.


Look Three: Old is classy

Salwar kameez are classic yet modern. So for Look Three, let’s try out cotton kurta set for women. These can be really comfortable if you have the right set with you. From the flare of the anarkali to the strong stature of A line cuts, you can explore anything that flatters your body type the most. For anarkalis, we suggest keeping the dupatta. For A line kurta sets, you can choose to carry the dupatta or not. For a more professional look, with A line kurtas you can drape the dupatta around your neck and let it free in the front. Find the right pair of shoes to go with it and you are all set to seize the day.


Look Four: Halters for the unstoppable

Having the perfect neckline can take your look up by notches. And for everyday wear, when you are going with a kurti set, go for a halter neckline. They not only highlight your collar bones, it also keeps it very comfortable. If you are comfortable with an open back, you can opt for that. For more formal occasions, a covered back with noodle straps will work better. Pair it up with a pair of jeans and long earrings to add drama to your entire look. High heels or flats, both work well with this look.


Look Five: Play with your dupatta

Dupattas can add that oomph factor to any cotton kurta set for women. You can actually curate numerous outfit ensembles with our Look Five. If you are opting for a traditional salwar kameez set, then you can drape your kurta on the side. For a more go-getter look, drape your dupatta around the neck like a scarf. With short kurtis you can opt for stoles and drape them like a bow-tie. You can also take a chiffon or kota daria dupatta and keep your front covered with an elegant drape. 

Here are our top 5 looks for the Catalouge of Comfort, designed purely with a kurta set for women. Keep a few sets with you and play around with looks by mixing and matching them. Make sure you have a range of colour options. Pop it up with bright colours for a gloomy day, and add the touch of subtlety with pastel shades, ideal for the bright sunny days. A classic black kurti and a white one are definite must-haves for your wardrobe. 

Now, that you have your own personal catalouge of daily wear, go ahead and stock up your wardrobe to rule every day with panache and comfort.