Lakme Fashion Week is just like a sweet dish platter served right at the end of every season. And what we are supposed to do? We are enjoying sitting back at the couch and drinking hot chocolate truffle with vivacious views of designer works and new trends that we are going to buy. There is nothing more satisfying to engulf than these fashion shows and walks for a fashionista.
Already whispered a lot about sarees, bridal lehengas, salwar suits, this is the time to make a list of some exquisite and trendy collections of designer kurtis. From Masaba to Rohit Bal, everyone has shown their masterpieces but here, I have mentioned those untouched version of Indian ethnic wears – Indian kurtis, that are true gems when it comes to daily wear.
Straight kurtis are no-heck ethnic pieces and are great to wear throughout the day and seasons. Their simplicity made them a must-have to every woman who loves to be at her casuals while carrying her classic attitude every time. Vikram Phadnis straight cut kurti in delicious cream colour inspires the stylist in you and will be look magical when paired with the royal blue velvet palazzos as the model wore. The dress features a lace skirt, a tie-dyed blouse and a gold embroidered dupatta.
Asymmetrics are the new state of the upcoming generation. Anamika Khanna gripped well the mood and created this rich gold and chaste white kurti this Lakme Fashion Week 2016. The intricate hand embroideries and classic silhouettes add the oomph to this gracious dress.
(Ask your tailor to be extra fine when working on shoulders.)
Front Slit Kurti
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Anita Dongre made a hit this time as well. Showcased Spring Summer Collection and named them as “Love Notes”, the whole array of desi tune got inspiration from Rajasthan. To swing the mood at your best, hit music numbers like Aaja Re Mere Dilbar Aaja, Kamli and Mera Laung Gawacha, infused with melodious walks which ooze up the confidence models as well. This front open kurti or fusion kurti can be worn with contrasting skirts or traditional velvet palazzos.
Long Anarkali Kurti
Pratima Pandey added Parisian floral motifs to her brilliant master pieces. This collection has seen a domination of white and golden hues in them. The satin fabric has made it the best and demanded online kurti as well.
The floral motifs of this Anarkali kurti made it handsome piece for your luxurious occasions.
We love fusions because we can treat them according to our moods! You want to wear it as a single piece or with leggings-nothing matters.
Here fashion designer Chirag Nainani created an awesome Indo-western dress for Sarah Jane-Dias which looked beautiful in blue hues. The abstract print took it to another level. Get best online Anarkali kurtis, frock kurtis and etc. at Indiarush.com and avail amazing offers.