If you get bored with your wardrobe easily and can’t figure out what to wear at the next family wedding, then we’re here to help. Get innovative with your existing wardrobe by only buying designer kurtis for wedding functions.

If your sibling or cousin is getting married soon, and you aren’t sure of what to wear, we are here to help you. Since it’s financially not feasible to buy brand new outfits for each and every one of your functions; it’s best to mix and match. And so we talk about one of the two essential garments (the other is the designer dupatta) which can completely transform your look across outfits. Presenting designer kurtis for wedding outfits, which can really help with an endless set of looks.

Designer Kurtis for Wedding Looks
A kurti is one such piece of clothing that suits all Indian women. Another advantage of owning a designer Kurti is that you can style it in a number of ways. Did you know you could pair your old Lehenga with a Kurti instead of a Choli and create a new outfit? You could also swap your heavy palazzo with a different Kurti to make a new outfit! To find out more tips and tricks, keep on reading.

1. Kurti and Palazzo

This style has been in fashion for a couple of years now and we are pretty sure you own a few pairs of palazzo pants yourself. If you have a wedding to attend and don’t wish to spend too much money, you can easily pair a designer kurti with a contrast palazzo and a heavy dupatta to complete your look.

Tip: If you have a heavy Phulkari or brocade dupatta, try using that as an inspiration before you combine your outfit together. You can follow the same color palette of the dupatta or keep the dupatta as your outfit’s highlight, pairing it with a muted or neutral kurti and palazzo. You can also mix prints and create a fashionable look.

2. Kurti with a Lehenga/Skirt

If you love trying new styles, then you can try pairing your designer kurti with a traditional skirt. For this, you can opt for a longer kurti and pair it with an old lehenga skirt or a traditional maxi skirt. Ditch the dupatta and you’ll achieve a simple bohemian princess look. You can either opt for a plain kurti and a heavy skirt or the other way round. You can wear this combination for either a day wedding or a wedding reception.

Tip: Opt for richer fabrics like brocade, silk or satin for the lehenga or skirt. Ensure the kurti is a high neck one. Heavy earrings and an empty neck should do the trick.

4. Kurti with Shararas

Wedding Shararas look super elegant when paired with a kurti. Although a staple for Islamic and even Lucknowi weddings, they are now holding their own against the lehenga and the saree. Just pair your designer kurti with a bright sharara to turn heads.

Tip: You can pair this look with a wrinkled dupatta. If you wish to keep the look fairly simple, then choose a contrast coloured kurta with the sharara. Passas and Maang Tikkas look best when paired with a sharara.

5. Kurti as a saree blouse

The next time you choose to drape a saree for a wedding function, switch the blouse and wear a kurti instead of a blouse. It’s an experimental risk but if you can carry this look with confidence, we assure you that you’ll turn many heads.

Tip: When you choose a saree, team a heavily embroidered saree with a plain kurti.

Advantages of pairing a kurti with different outfits:
The biggest advantage of mixing and matching outfits is that it helps you create more outfits from a handful of options.
You are sorted for smaller functions like Ladies Sangeet, pooja, family dinners, and even Mehndi. You don’t necessarily have to spend money on buying new outfits for these occasions.
You can stay within your budget by just buying a new dupatta or new accessories to pair with your new outfit.
What’s more, you can leg designer Kurtis for wedding functions by pairing them with leggings, Patiala pants, Dhoti pants, Salwar or even Jeans! What matters is your smile and your confidence.

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courtesy: weddingwire

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