Kurtis is an epitome of casual comfort but when you want to flaunt it for a special occasion you need something more stylish and trendy. A kurti with a unique neckline or offbeat hemline is sure to help you grab attention but what is actually really these days is fashionable sleeve patterns. From bell sleeves to cold shoulders, chic sleeve designs for kurti increases the oomph factor of your outfit.
If you are getting a kurti stitched for a festive event and can’t decide on how to make it look striking and then it is best to keep the neckline basic and experiment with latest sleeve styles. Keeping the neckline simple means you are allowed to flaunt neck jewelry and your trendy sleeves can also complement to make a statement of their own. Here in this post, I have curated a list of some of the latest and most popular sleeves design for kurti which you can try in 2019 for an up to date charming look.
Latest sleeves design for kurti
These sleeves design for kurti can also be tried with your salwar suits for a glam traditional look. If you like experimenting with your saree blouse designs then try some of these sleeve variations even on them for a striking designer blouse pattern.
Trendy frill sleeves design for kurti
Frill sleeves have a retro charm to them but have come back with a huge bang this season. I totally love the idea of kurtis with frill sleeve details but extravagant flare details tend to get a bit of difficult to manage with everyday kurtis. So, I suggest you try these alluring sleeve styles with festive kurtis. Get these sleeves embellished or embroidered to increase their visual appeal. you can also add tassel details to sleeve hem for a chic vibe.
If you want to try this kind of sleeves with everyday wear kurtis then go for frill details in relatively less flare, for the added impact you can get the frill in contrasting color to stand out.
Cold shoulder sleeves design for kurti is of course a trend which is couple of seasons old but it refuses to fade away anytime soon making it a hot sleeve pattern to try in 2019 too. If you are going for plain kurtis then cold shoulders is an interesting way to add a bit of drama. This sleeve style works well even with printed or brocade kurtis. With embellished or embroidered kurtis you may want to avoid this sleeve design.
#3 Stunning slit sleeves design for kurtis – Indo-western look This latest sleeves design for kurtis is chic, contemporary and fun. Slit sleeve patterns were actually very popular for years but this design uses the slit detail as a stand out element by going for a longer than normal slit which looks uber stylish. A three quarter length cut sleeves with a slit detail till your elbows is the way to go. For more glam appeal you can go for slit detail on flared sleeves or add a edgy printed lining to your sleeves.
#4 Playful bow tie up sleeves design for kurti
#5 Go formal with cuff style roll up sleeves design for kurtis#6 Designer detailed slit sleeves pattern
#7 Elbow length sleeves design for kurti with lace detailing
Elbow length flare sleeves are hot in trend these days but if you want to take things notches up add a lace panel. An element of embellished sheer in necklines are pretty popular and they will work equally well in sleeves too. This eye catching sleeve pattern works best with solid coloured kurtas for a chic semi formal look.
#8 Trendy pleated cuff style sleeves design for kurti
#9 Sleeve hem slit with tie-up detailing for kurtis Another simple yet stylish sleeves design for kurti to try is three quarter length sleeves with a small slit detail brought together with trendy tassel tie-ups. If you are a fan of tie-ups like me then this is a gorgeous way to add tie-ups to the sleeve and the best part is this design works for all kinds of kurtis. It can be casual, formal, semi-formal or even festive kurtas, this sleeve pattern is sure to blend in and look fancy.
#10 Three quarter sleeves design for kurti with slit and button details If tie ups isnt your thing then with the same three quarter length slit sleeves you can opt for stylish buttons. Personally I think buttons make a more practical option with everyday kurtas and you can reserve the tie up details for special occasion kurtas.
#11 Faux slit detailed sleeve with printed underlay Slit sleeves can look pretty overwhelming for everyday wear or even formal wear so you opt for a more modest faux slit sleeves design for kurti. This sleeve style is most suited for short flared kurtis to give a Indo western feel which can be worn both casual or formal way.
#12 Square cut out detailed tie-up sleeves for contemporary kurtis
#13 Delicate overlapping frill detail with buttons sleeve design