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A very sophisticated and elegant piece! Something inspired by Asian culture, teamed with a very ethnic hue! A beautiful kimono jacket! Designed by none other than the designer house of Pink Paparazzi, this beautiful black beauty, features beautiful kimono sleeves, bordered with different shades of floral work, which runs along the button line as well. It goes a little lower down the waist and keeps you snug and warm while you enjoy a hot cup of your favorite beverage with it! It has a velvety finish and gives you that sassy and classy look, all in one!
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Kurta – The traditional Indian Wear.
Kurta is a long loose shirt, the length of which falls below or may be just above the knees of the wearer. Depending on one’s personal preference, the Kurta can be teamed with a churidar as well as a loose fit salwar. It is a very flexible dress that can be worn on formal as well as informal occasions. Many even wear them at work.
During the summer season, Kurtas made up of cotton are in great demand, while during winters, people usually look for heavy fabrics such as wool, Khadi silk or may be handspun. Buttons used in the designing are mostly wooden or plastic. They are undoubtedly classy and elegant, which is why they never go out of fashion.
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A kali or kalidar kurta is similar to a frock and has many panels. The kalidar kurta is made up of several geometrical pieces. It has two rectangular central panels in the back and the front.The kali kurta is worn by both men and women.
The Bhopali kurta (taking its name from Bhopal) is a loose kurta with pleats at the waist, flowing like a skirt reaching midway between the knees and the ankles. It is worn with a straight pajama.
The Hyderabadi kurta is named after the former royal state of Hyderabad and is a short top which sits around the waist, with a keyhole neck opening. It was popular with the local royal households.
The traditional Lucknowi kurta can either be short or long, using as much as 12 yards of cloth. The traditional Lucknowi kurta styles have an overlapping panel. However, the term “Lucknowi kurta” now applies to the straight-cut kurta embroidered using local Chikan embroidery.Buy casual kurtas online here.