Fashionable and TrendyKurtis on Sareetrend.com
There was a time when western culture was followed and considered ironically as a symbol of fashion in subcontinent. A massive support for the trend was seen by youth also promoting difference in socio-economic classes. The young girls have been following the trend blindly and many of those were eve...
Fashionable and TrendyKurtis on Sareetrend.com
There was a time when western culture was followed and considered ironically as a symbol of fashion in subcontinent. A massive support for the trend was seen by youth also promoting difference in socio-economic classes. The young girls have been following the trend blindly and many of those were even unaccepted in the society. Those who rejected the trend were labeled as conservative or even sometimes backwards. The exclusive trends of subcontinent were suppressed with the dominance of western tops and jeans. There was another main issue which was the lack of platforms where the culture could be supported. But then designers jumped in the ground and started promoting own culture. This was the time when trends in subcontinent were admired again and adapted.
There is a phenomenon named “Diffusion of Innovation”. This phenomenon can be used to explain the zigzag graph of fashion trends.
Where did Kurti came from?
Kurta was a more familiar word in last decade. Kurta is a word originated from Sanskritkuratu/kurtaka or Persian meaning “collarless shirt”. In 20th century, this term was first used in English. Highlighting the gender difference, shirt worn by men was termed as Kurta and Kurti for women.
Kurti is exclusively from subcontinent and worn in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Kashmir and Afghanistan. It is worn with shalwar, trouser, pajama, chooridar pajama, tights, jeans or sometimes lungi. Different areas have different names for Kurti like in Afghanistan; it is called perahan, phiran in Kashmir and daura in Nepal.
The traditional kurti as per its literary meaning didn’t have collars but the styles were modified and collars of different styles were also introduced in the market.
How Kurti can be worn?
The basic style of kurti is that it’s a loose shirt sometimes lengthy till knees and other times falling below that. It was simple though but now many modifications have been seen in kurti.
The Kurti was also then adapted in western countries and they wore with jeans or tights under the title of hippie fashion there.
Mostly plain Kurti was in trend first and no prints or designs were there associated with the shirt. However, with the growing modification in trends, different prints were introduced in kurti along with different styling. The length of kurti was also modified with sometimes shorter and other times longer.
Embroidery also became an important and eye catching part of kurti and now even formal kurti are in trend too.
There are different types of kurti worn in subcontinent which include Bengali Punjabi kurti which has embroidered or patched cloth; Sindhi Kurti with the use of mirrors and a typical print of rilli; Punjabi Phulkari Kurti has phulkari embroidery on it; Straight-cut Kurta mainly worn in Gujrat and Bengal with straight cutting and no other stitching designs with sleeves from straight from shoulder to wrist; Assamese Punjabi Kurti is worn with a scarf called Gamosa with local print of that area and MuktsariKurti is cut straight to the knees. MultaniKurti or Saraiki kurti has its local MultaniAjrakprint; DehliKurtiis the one loaded with heavy embroidery; CholistaniBandhanitye-dyeing are also used on Punjabi BandhaniKurti; Dogri Kurta is one which is one from front however, have flares out at back below pelvic line; in Kathiawar, the kurti fall to the waist; Hyderabadi Kurti is one from royal Hyderabad basically white but now in different colors, moreover, jaalikarga with net on the kurti is also Hyderabadi trend; kurti with mini-gown is Overlapping Kurti and its not straight like typical kurti; BhopaliKurti has pleats on at waist which flows like a skirt and was worn by royal families of Bhopal. Another interesting Kurti from subcontinent is LucknowiKurti with overlapping panels and embroidery of chicken and most famous KalidarKurti which has geometrical pieces on back and front. Bihari Kurti is a combination of jacket as well as choli and the Kurti in Upper Pardesh is a short embroidered or printed blouse.
All these different types of Kurti make it versatile for any region and even abroad that like now, in many Hollywood films or events, special groups wearing typical kurti of subcontinent are seen as a symbol of the region.
Why should you buy Kurti from Sareetrend?
Main role in promoting the culture of Kurtihas been played by brands like Saree Trend who, as represented by the cultural name promotes the trend on international level.
A very special touch of western styling can also be seen in the Kurti of Saree Trend. The combination of eastern and western turned out to be so good that people are now looking forward to meet the criteria of both trends. The innovative modification under the label of Kurti has pushed the boundaries of fashion designing to a broader extent.
Talking about the prints of Kurti tops on Saree Trend, the floral prints of course would be the preferred one by girls. Maxi-styled top with beautifully pleated at waist or a shirt falling straight from shoulder to below the knees, all perfect! If confused about what to wear on a semi-formal occasion, selection from the list could be the best choice. Besides floral prints, the simple horizontal or vertical lines of a decent and formal combination of colors make it anybody’s preference. Summarizing the reason behind ordering from the page, the versatile designs and variety in colors make one order from Saree Trend. When the page of Kurti is clicked, there can be seen variety for those who like own cultural Kurti tops or even for those who like western top cultures also from the people who love floral print to the people allergic to flowers. Keep shopping with swag!