Green Sky Aangrakha Kurta Set
Lime Green Taj Kurta Set
Green Peacock Kurta Set
Rose Highlighted Yoke
Emerald Green Hand Work Kurta Set
Mint Tier Kurta Set
Latest Kurtas And Kurtis Collection with Price
|Kurtas And Kurtis List||Price (Rs)|
|Lime Pintuck Kurta Set||Rs 2,300|
|Yellow Daisy White Pants Kurta Set||Rs 2,350|
|Mint Tier Kurta Set||Rs 2,800|
|Maroon Sequin Work Kurta Set||Rs 2,650|
|Blue Printed Kali Culotte Kurta Set||Rs 2,400|
|Falsa Culotte||Rs 2,099|
|Asymmetric Hand Work Blue Kurta Set||Rs 2,899|
|Black And White World||Rs 2,799|
|Yellow Blue Dori Kurta Set||Rs 2,599|
|Blue Sheesha Kurta Set||Rs 2,399|
Kurta Sets - One Attire fits all!
Look around yourself; you’d find women being everywhere doing everything. Be it working as a CEO with some company, or raising kids into decent humans- women are omnipresent. And this multi-fit lifestyle needs a multi-fit attire. We cannot think any better than decent kurta sets and Kurtis. Whether you’re looking for simple office wear, casual wear for a friends’ day out, or some Anarkali style for that function -- the pretty Kurtis and Kurta set basically cover-up for every occasion. Ambraee has got for you the best combination of designer kurtas and pocket-friendly simple Kurtis- giving you some option for every occasion.
Difference between Kurtas and Kurtis
People often confuse both of them as being same, and the terms are inter-changeably used in daily conversations. However, if you go by their traditional usage and data, you’d realize that there exists a difference between them—the contrast of aesthetics, styles and lengths. Technically speaking, a kurta usually reaches the knee or goes long to the mid-calf. On the other hand, a Kurti is shorter and is usually till the waist (like a top) or maximum to the thighs. However, with gradual changes in fashion sense and increasing fusion of ethnic wear with western wear, the difference is vanishing, and both kurta and Kurti designs are breaking the traditional definitions.
Different occasions and Kurtis
We are curating a list of different occasions where you can definitely slay with different Kurti styles and designs:
Office Wear: Honestly, the entrance of kurta sets and Kurtis in Indian Offices has saved women from the lesser comfortable shirts and trousers. For offices, you can simply go for cotton Kurtis with straight pants and own the corporate world.
Casual Wear: We do not even need to think twice. A short Kurti or tunic combined your favourite denim or leggings will do the work here. Also, you can go to your friends straight from the office in that cotton kurta you just wore. As said- one dress fits all!
Festive Wear - Indian Festivals like Holi, Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, Navratri, Karwa Chauth, Lakshmi Puja, Eid al-Fitr and many others call for a grand outfit without a doubt. You can go for traditional kurta sets, and flaunt those flares, high slits, deep neck designs and tassels, or go backless with an elegant dupatta if you wish. Ambraee has designed Kurtis and kurta sets for women from all walks of life. No matter what the occasion is, Ambraee-ians are never behind in their game.
Kurtis as per your body type
Kurtis for women is available in all sizes and lengths. However, you must decide which look works best for you. Do not just randomly go for a look that your best friend looked great in, rather go for a style that complements and enhances your physique. The tall woman can carry any look perfectly. If you are tall, wear your palazzo, Patiala or skirts with your Kurti because it looks good and doesn’t make you look too tall. Sharara Sets are also a right choice. One combination, a tall woman should avoid pairing the short Kurtis with leggings. They make a person look taller. So, for short height women, leggings are perfection.
So, we can say that Indian Kurti designs and styles have something for each body type and occasion type. Get yourself some basically brilliant Kurtas sets and get ready to rule with Ambraee!