One item that every Indian woman should have in her wardrobe is a basic black kurti and if you don’t have a black kurti in your wardrobe then after reading this you will definitely add it to your wardrobe. That’s because you can style a black kurti in different ways and here we bring you some tips.
You can style this simple black kurti in different ways and you can carry it from event to office. That’s why here we bring you the black kurti styling guide.
With Colorful Scarf
If you wear a black kurti with black pants or leggings, then you can make this monochrome look great with a statement dupatta. For this, you can carry traditional patterns such as bandhani, meenakari, phulkari, artwork etc. dupatta. Or if you want, you can take a heavy dupatta or a simple dupatta. It totally depends on your personal preference and the event you are going to. If you want, instead of black pants, you can carry pants of any other color and match it with the dupatta. For this you can choose any color.
People usually wear kurti with leggings or palazzo but if you want, you can style it with your jeans and it is a very good combination. Whether your kurti is short or long jeans, it will look great and give an Indo-western touch.
With jacket or Shrug
You can also pair your black kurti with a leather or denim jacket but we suggest you pair it with an ethnic jacket. You can easily buy a jacket from the market that has ethnic work done on it and it is perfect to make your outfit standout. Apart from this, if you want, you can also try shrugs of ethnic prints such as art, bandhani etc.
With Printed Bottom
You can style a plain black kurti with a pair of printed bottoms to add fun and quirk to your outfit. For this you can try skirt, palazzo or dhoti pants. Just prints should be made on them and take care that it does not look out of place or out of occasion.
We have already told you that black kurti looks great with dupatta but if you are going to college or office wearing black kurtis then you can complete your look with colorful scarf instead of dupatta. You can pair a solid colored scarf with a black kurtis and a solid color bottom.