10 Kurta Mistakes You Should Stop Making Right Now

Kurtas are our best friends as they make us look beautiful, comfortable to wear and can be paired up with almost anything. No doubt Kurtas are our first choice for every occasion as we look like desi babe in them but here are few kurta mistakes that we might be making without even knowing.

Here is a list of few kurta mistakes which every girl should surely avoid making:

1. Pick Up The Right Fabric

Avoid satin and go for natural fabrics like silk, linen, and cotton because your skin can breathe in these fabrics and save you from being embarrassed because of sweat patches. Your look also depends on the type of fabric you choose to wear. Avoid sticky fabrics like Lycra and pick flowy fabrics rather than going for clingy ones.

2. Length Of The Kurta

Be it long or short – the length of a kurta makes a huge difference to your look. In long Kurtas you look taller and slimmer, so if you are plus size then choose long kurtas. Girls with petite figure can go for short kurtas which are cut off above the knee but avoid kurtas which ends above your hip as they can make your hip look wider.

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3. Perfect Fit

We always want a kurta which fits perfectly on our body, but in desire of getting that perfect fit we overlook other important aspects of a kurta. Before buying a well fitted kurta, make sure that when the fabric is being stretched then no lines should appear on kurta, the slit should not be too wide, arm holes should not constrict your movements and it should not accentuate your bulginess rather compliment your figure.

4. Dress According To Your Body Shape

No, we are not stopping you from following the latest trend but you should adopt different ways to let that particular kurta suit on you. For example – if you are a short girl and still want to wear Anarkali and long kurta, you can still do that but make sure you wear a decent pair of heels with them to look tall enough.

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5. Peeping Out Lining

We just hate it when the lining of our kurta peeps out of from under the hem of it. It can easily distract away all the attention from our pretty outfit which we are wearing. So to avoid such issues, you should try a lining/slip kurta beforehand.

6. Pair It Perfectly

Always pair up your Kurtas rightly.  Leggings go well with long Kurtas but not with short ones Similarly; short Kurtas can be paired up with salwar or jeans. While pairing up your kurta with a bottom, you should also keep in mind your problem areas. Girls with heavier bottom can opt for leggings with long kurtas rather than going for jeans and short kurtis.

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7. Choose Sleeves Wisely

Wear sleeves which compliment your body type. If you have heavy arms, then avoid wearing razor back and halter neck sleeves. Choose wisely from different options like mega sleeves, three-quarter, full sleeves or sleeveless. Your sleeves must be in sync with the silhouette of your kurta. You can also wear sleeves of different fabrics like chiffon, georgette or net to stand out.

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8. Bling It Right

There is no doubt that little bit of glitters and shimmer looks great on kurta but make sure that you don’t do this in excess. If you like glittery kurtas, then you can go for kurtas with lighter embellishments like gota-patti, thread work, and colorful tassels. For special occasions, choose kurtas with sequins, mukaish and zardozi work to stand out.

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9. Wearing The Right Innerwear

Yes, you read that right! Black bra with a black kurta. Contrast colored innerwear is not good for Indian Kurtas as people will focus only on wrong places.

10. Nail That Neckline

The neckline is the basic thing which we all miss out while wearing a kurta. The neckline is very much important as it can break or make your look. Choose the right neckline according to your body type and kurta you are willing to work.