Kurtis & Kurtas for Women
Indian Kurtis – The go to attire of every Indian Girl, be it pairing it up with jeans and stepping out to college, choosing neutral coloured ones to wear to work, or pair them up with a churidar and heavy junk jewel pieces to grace a festive occasion, Indian Kurtas are every wardrobe must-have. At Priyuja, we share your obsession with Kurtas and pairing it up in a multitude of ways, and have a collection you cannot get enough of. From subtle minimal ones to embroidered heavens, we have a collection traveling all corners of ethnic fashion. So it does not matter what aesthetic you resonate with, you will find something that suits your outlook here.
One of the most common additions to every girl’s wardrobe, these appeal to women across generations because of their fashionable outlook and comfort quotient. Equal parts loved by the generations of our mothers, ourselves, and our daughters, Kurtis are a no-brainer. India’s weather also plays a perfect companion for this attire. So whether you are looking for an ethnic wear to work on a daily basis, or you are in a mood to drench in junk-jewelleries head to toe and click some aesthetic snaps for your social media, Kurtis understands the assignment.
At Priyuja, we have the latest collection of kurtis for women with us and our site is regularly updated to keep up with the latest trends, so your fashion express never arrives at a halt.
Types Of Kurtis
Based On Style
At Priyuja, no matter what kind of Kurtis you are looking for, be it the amped-up and heavily embroidered Anarkali, or the subtle, toned down, A-Line for your Regular Wears, all the common kurti patterns that you search available online and elsewhere are available here, and Priyuja has the most extensive collection.
Skim through the latest collection of Kurtas and give them home in your wardrobe.
Anarkali Kurtis: The modern Anarkali kurtis, which now grace almost every ethnic wardrobe were conventionally inspired by and named after the famous courtesan in the court of Mughal Emperor Akbar. Anarakali kurtis are usually made from embroidered fabric and possess heavy flare thus making it appropriate for special occasions and festivities. Over the last few years, anarkali kurtis have emerged as the favorite attire for celebrations because of their regal outlook..
Trail Cut Kurtis: Trail Cut Kurtis have a C-shaped cut on both sides, front and behind, thus leaving leaves trails on the sides. These Kurtis are available in the Fabrics like silk, georgette, chiffon, crepe or any light material. Perfect as a Regular Wear, these Trail Cut Kurtis are every girl’s must have.
A-Line Kurtis: A Millenial And Gen-Z favorite, these A- Line Kurtis possess flare usually reaching till the calf or the ankle and thus forming an A-shaped outline. Available in vibrant colors, these A-Line Kurtis for girls and women come in vibrant colors, length, embroidery designs and patterns. A-Line kurtis are suitable for casual, formal and daily wear.
Tail-Cut Kurtis: Once only a runway item, these kurtis which are short from one side, either front or back, and longer on the other are termed as Tail-Cut Kurtas, as they illusion up a tail-like effect. They are commonly worn without bottoms too, and is a favorite amongst Fashion Experts to satisfy the Indo-Western Cravings.
Maxi Kurtis: These ankle-length kurtis have mid level flare thus making them suitable for formal and semi-formal occasions. They lie somewhere between the heavily embroidered Anarkalis and the toned down A-Lines.
Based On Fabric
- Cotton Kurti
In a soft, fluffy, staple fiber, a Cotton Kurti is your go-to attire when humidity peeks high and you want to step up your fashion game with comfort a priority. With ethnic motifs and contemporary prints, a statement Cotton Kurti is anything but mundane.
- Rayon Kurti
Rayon is a versatile fiber and is widely claimed to have the same comfort properties as natural fibers. When Kurtis are made in this fabric, they are soft, smooth, cool, comfortable, and highly absorbent. Rayon Kurtis are ideal for use in hot and humid climates, with their cool and sometimes almost touch. Due to its easily dying properties, Rayon Kurtis are available in a plethora of colors.
- Dola Silk Kurti
Dola Silk Kurtis are a no-brainer if Regality is what you are choosing to don.
- Silk Kurti
There’s something timeless about the Silk fabric, and there is nothing quite like a Silk Kurti that you can don and make your appeal the only one worth looking at. We cannot wait to see your pictures, all dolled up, ladies.
- Georgette Kurti
Georgette Kurtis is a sheer, lightweight, dull-finished, and kind of a crepe fabric named after the early 20th century French Dressmaker Georgette de la Plante. With sheers commanding the fashion-forecast, the Georgette Kurtis are an ethnic take on the omnipresent sheer trend. Georgette has a very light and drapey hand, rendering it best suited to loose flowing garments, thus making it ideal for a flowy garment like a Kurta.
- Chikankari Kurtis
A traditional embroidery style from Lucknow, India, the Chikankari Kurtas have surpassed all borders. Chikankari stems from the white-on-white embroidery. Chikan is a delicate and artfully done hand embroidery on a variety of textile fabrics like muslin, silk, chiffon, organza, net, etc. White thread is embroidered on cool, pastel shades of light muslin and cotton garments. Chikankari Kurtas are a new favorite amongst Gen-Z and Millennial Girls who seek comfort and fashion, all at once. Mirror Embossed Chikankari Kurtis are the talk of the town, and so are the ones in pastel shades of lilacs and ceruleans.
Chikan work in recent times has adopted additional embellishments like Mukaish, Kamdani, Badla, sequin, bead, and mirror work, which gives it a royal appeal, and making it a Wedding Customary, specifically to be worn in functions like Mehendi, and Sangeet.