The striking Indian kurta is now a global fashion statement simply referred to around the world as a kurti tunic. Available in handspun silk or pure cotton and a variety of patterns and colors, a kurti tunic comes in three different lengths for maximum mix and match options.
There are endless ways to wear a kurti tunic to easily achieve elegant results, not to mention ultra comfort. Create your own updated salwar kameez outfit by pairing kurti tunic tops with salwars or churidars. Complete the look with a full length scarf, called a dupatta, for flowing style. The characteristic side slits and beautiful handwoven fabric with a comfortable cut make the kurti tunic an essential for women’s casual clothing or striking evening wear. No longer considered simply Indian fashion, the shimmering handspun silk fabric and hand embroidered details create a sophisticated look which transcends global origins. Kurti tunic comes in cotton and khadi fabric. Likewise silk kurti tunic is apt as a party wears. Kurti tunics are typically fastened with tasseled ties, cloth balls and loops, or buttons. Buttons are often wood or plastic. A formal kurti tunic features decorative metal buttons, which are not sewn to the fabric, but, like cufflinks, are fastened into the cloth. Such buttons can be decorated with jewels, enameling, and other traditional jeweler's techniques. Embroidery, printed designs, embellishments with beads, laces and mirrors enhance the overall look of the fashionable kurti tunic. Beads and mirror work are used to beautify the elegant kurti tunic.