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All World Kurti Design Images 2016-2017! Part.2

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All Kurti Design Styles Exist In The World! Part.2

13. Double Slit Kurti

14. Embroidered Kurti

15. Festive Kurti

16. Flared Kurti

17. Floral Kurti

18. Floor Length Kurti (Gown Style)

19. Front Open Slit Kurti

20. Front Zip Kurti

21. Fusion (Transparent) Style Kurti

22. High-Low Kurti

23. Indo-Western / Frock Style Kurti

24. Jacketed Kurti

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25. Kaftan Kurti

26. Kedia Style Kurti

27. Long Straight Kurti

28. Monochrome Kurti

29. Off-Shoulder Kurti

30. Overlay Kurti

31. Paisley Kurti

32. Pakistani Kurti

33. Princess Cut Kurti

34. Printed Kurti

35 Punjabi Style Kurti

36. Reversible Kurti

Part.4

37. Shirt Style Kurti

38. Short Kurti

39. Straight Kurti

40. Tail Cut Kurti

41. Tiered Kurti

42. Trail Cut Kurti

43. Tulip Kurti

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1. A-Line Kurti

2. Achkan Style Kurti

3. Anarkali Kurti

4. Angrakha Kurti

5. Asymmetric Kurti

6. C-Shaped Kurti

7. Chikan Kurti

8. Closed-Collar Kurti (Kameez Style)

9. Color-Block Kurti

10. Cotton Kurti

11. Dhoti Style Kurti

12. Double Layered Kurti

13. Double Slit Kurti

Double Slit Kurtis

Long kurti with two long, narrow cuts from the front side. Double slits kurti make for that perfect sleek and slender look. Double shirt dresses are a popular dress from generations and now once again it is in fashion with a loose fit and trendy styles. Mostly dresses are filled with two shades of colors, a lighter one, and a darker one. Double slit long length kurti paired with straight cotton pants and sandals. You just look slim and fit in this double slits kurti. Double slits kurti pair nicely with aladdin salwar.

14. Embroidered Kurti

Embroidered Kurti

Embroidered kurtis are traditional ethnic wear that has been worn since the ages, the Indian heritage of ornamentation that are precise for all traditional attire. The embroidery can start from the neck and reach till midriff. Fashion conscious ladies are always looking out for beautifully designed and stylish clothes such as embroidery kurtis. This is another attractive and stylish light blue and off-white chambray embroidered kurti with crush lower in mul and trim details. The embroidery designed kurtis make you more elegant and stylish. There are various form of embroideries are available in market likes: beaded embroidery, floral embroidery, zari embroidery, patchwork embroidery, chinkari embroidery and many more. Hand embroideries such as Kutch, kanta, phulkari, chikan Kari, kasuti has created its own authenticity and machine embroideries like satin stitches, chain stitches, feather stitches and more has made work easy and affordable as well.

15. Festive Kurti

Festive Kurtis

Different styles of trendy festive kurtis are the talk the summer season come, they are the popular choice for any festivals, including Navratri. The Navratri festive holds a very special value in Indian culture. The Navratry is celebrated for 9 days and each day is allotted a color that has a more deeper meaning. From pandal-hopping to binge-eating sweets, it’s the perfect time to be jolly. Time to bedeck yourself with all pretty stuff around! Look awesome in your festive function with wearing these multi colored festive kurtis. Festive kurtis fashion hacks complimenting each color of this festive marathon. The dye prints are in vogue so its a perfect time to blend the trend of the season to your festive gear. Also, they provide the ethnic yet immensely fashionable glance to draw attention their grace in any ceremony. Think of the different ways you want to gaze, marvelous, stunning, seductive, glamorous, adorable, alluring, charming, elegant, graceful, majestic or magnificent. The shades fused with thread embroidery instantly adds a joyful festive vibes to your look. Try simple kurtis in bold colors like red, yellow, green or blue.

16. Flared Kurti

Flared Kurtis

These kurtis provide a better look to fair skinned girls. Say bye-bye to the blazing heat in this flared kurti that give a woman the ultimate feminine twist. It is strapless, with a narrow upper part and a flared bottom. It is a lovely feminine tweak to the otherwise typical kurtis. Another comfy piece of ethnic beauty that's adds just the right amount of folk charm to my look. Pair well with leggins. Flared kurti goes well with formal, casual and party wear. You can team them with a churidar for a graceful look.

17. Floral Kurti

Floral Kurti

Floral prints are always the first choice of every woman. Floral prints are always the first choice of every woman. This picture presented chiffon floral tunic kurti with white background. This casual tunic kurti features an very oversized repeat floral print. Look casual at home, comfortable in office, relaxed for a day out, and glamorous in party with floral printed cotton kurtis in this summer. White is latest trend also with  flower print. It gives refreshing and fashionable look for any occasion in summer.

18. Floor Length Kurti (Gown Style)

Floor Length Kurti

Floor length kurti looks more like a gown. This is a kurti that reaches up to the floor, and gives a royal look to you. Find out on the Latest Bollywood Fashion Trends, You'll find that every Cinema Diva of the Bollywood tried this style and them look awesome. The royal evening gowns of the West have been given an Indian twist and it keeps the whole body covered and so there is no need of any bottom. These dazzling, designer kurtis are meant for red-carpet occasions, inauguration functions, and award ceremonies. Dark colours with bright embroidery go well with this style. Their richness does not require any heavy or detailed jewellery and is best enhanced with a pair of heels and simple yet elegant earrings. You can wear short sleeves or go sleeveless with this kurti. The full sleeves and heavy embroidery work makes it a perfect occasional kurti to wear for a ceremony. Floor length kurti will be perfect attire for any evening party.

19. Front Open Slit Kurti

Front Open Slit Kurti

Front Open Slit This one is perfect for girls who love maxi dresses, especially the ones with front slit. Mesmerize everyone with your styling and looks with this printed button down maxi kurti with front slit. You can wear them to cocktail party, office party, or for drinks with your chicas. Get designer look by pairing front slit kurti with net printed Palazzo. Don’t forget to accentuate your looks with statement earring, cocktail ring, stunning clutch bag and a pair of stilettoes.

20. Front Zip Kurti

Front Zip Kurti

The front zip kurtis are attached with zip at the front on top part so girls can adjust the top fitting, as they want Since the last decade women’s designer kurtis, neck patterns have undergone a huge transformation. This transformation has been helpful in making women look glamorous in new designer kurtis 2016. The trend that seems to come up is the emergence of modern net exclusive tops that modify the entire look. Who said long designer kurti give an eastern look? Contemporary designs give your tops a western touch and evolve your look completely. These are contemporary kurti designs, stylish and comfy as well as the focus shifts from embellishments to the design itself. They’re a part of the last century’s Indian wedding dresses, and it’s obvious why.

21. Fusion (Transparent) Style Kurti

Fusion Kurti

Fusion wear is a great way to set in the middle of an attention! The reason why transparency style kurtis look absolutely chic is because of the choice of fabric used to make them and the design or embroidery work done on these kurtis. Wear this transparent kurti with formal pants and a strapless top. Close neck designs of these kurti type are better preferred. Nice paired with palazzo pants, straight office pants or leggins.

22. High-Low Kurti

High Low Kurti

High-low kurti (as the name suggests) has a shorter hem from the front and a longer one at the back. High low kurtis are the latest trend among all fashion lovers. This looks really stylish and never fails to up the glam quotient of a plain ol’ kurti. You will look trendy indeed when you wear it for parties and occasions. Give your weekend look a vibrant ethnic definition with this printed high low kurti. You will get the all-necessary feminine touch to your personality. The High-Low Kurti not only gives you stylish looks but also add feminine touch to the attire. It is a truly versatile piece of garment as it can be paired with a variety of bottom wears. Best showcased with black leggings and heels, this regular-fit georgette kurta promises sheer comfort too.

23. Indo-Western / Frock Style Kurti

Indo Western Kurti

Indo-Western kurti (Frock Style Kurti ) is mixture of western tunic and Indian kurti so it is called indo-western kurti in general it will called as a frock style kurti too. The Indo-Western Kurti have their own style. Its neither tight or skin tight as western wear nor loose fit like traditional Indian wear. It features a striking combination of an Indian kurti style which is given a western touch by an interesting neckline or stylish cuts and sleeves. Indo Western Style Kurti is given a western look by adding a feature of special neck line or by making it sleeveless or different interesting cuts.It can be worn for casual parties, office get-togethers, and other non-traditional events. The crew neckline is a perfect fit if you are wearing an indo-western style. Indo-western kurti can be selected the length as needed and club with jeans and leggings or it can go without them, too. Anarkali and frock style (indo-western) are the latest trends that are being appreciated by the women of all the world, especially in India and Pakistan.

24. Jacketed Kurti

Jacketed Kurti

Kurta with attached jacket inbuilt jackets that lend them an ethnic appeal is known as  jacketed kurti. These attached jackets are usually shorter in size resembling shrugs type but now it has extended till waist line. Jacket style kurtis are the blend product of ethnic kurtis and western style of jackets. Apart from kaftans, these jackets can blend with any kurta types such as straight fit, flared, shirt style or even anarakalis. Bottoms like leggings for longer kurtas and jeggings, patailas, or palazzos for short jacketed kurtas can go very well as complete attire. Since the jackets usually come with heavy work, these kurtis can generate a royal look.

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