Hey beautiful! Are you spending all day trying to figure out what to wear to your next meeting at the zoom or the next party or for a night out? Wanna keep your outfit ethnic and according to the latest kurta trend but fuss-free? Are you looking for clothes that are not just fashionable but also comfy? You’re in luck because your search ends here, as we’ve narrowed down the most amazing trends in kurtas for 2023. We’d like to give them to you!
The traditional ethnic wear is never out of style. If you’re looking for comfortable but fashionable ethnic clothing is there anything more appealing than the kurtas? So, if you’re looking to pick up some stylish kurtas check out these 8 trends for kurtas.
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Latest Kurta Trends for 2023
1. Loose-Fitted Kurtas
The loose-fitted kurtas have occupied the top spot on our list of trends in kurtas for 2023. The light-colored silhouettes are making an impressive fashion statement and they are being seen on the runways by Anita Dongre, Payal Singhal, Ritu Kumar & more.
These well-fitted, designed kurtas have been the norm for quite a while. It’s time to transition to these lightweight and breathable Kurtas. Perfect for the entire day, no matter if you’re hosting a tea-party at home or hosting a family gathering. With the Covid situation, it’s evident that we should look forward to the top designers to come up with the latest trends.
We saw these soft Kurtas in dark and light shades. If solid colors aren’t your thing, try printed ones. Kurtas that are loose-fitting are great for those who aren’t able to stand any form-fitting or tight fitting like me!
2. Top Style Kurtas
Top-like kurtas are among the most popular kurta styles for 2023. If you’re tired with the traditional long kurta styles, now is the moment to switch them out with the kurtas that look as the top. The kurtas are available in various shapes, styles, and patterns and are shorter than regular Kurtas, making them look more like an actual top.
This year, we have seen numerous designers playing with these kurtas. We’ve seen plums, high-lows, draped and draped kurtas and other things! These kurtas make a great choice to add a modern accent to your ethnic attire (Women embroidered kurti). Wear them with culottes and an unadorned jacket for a formal outfit or wear them with a skirt and a scarf to create an informal evening style. The perfect outfit for college or for the Zoom family gathering.
These kurtas look stylish and comfortable. They are suitable on the day of your Zoom meeting or casual evening out. I’m in love with Rohit Bal’s knee-length cream-white button-down kurta that is adorned with striking floral designs.
3. Long Anarkali Kurtas
Long anarkali kurtas are another older fashion trend that will be back in 2023. This year, we’re seeing anarkalis with light as well and dark hues. We also saw heavily embroidered anarkalis with intricately embellished yokes with broad borders and the majority of them were fully-sleeved.
From Sabyasachi Mukherjee and Ritu Kumar up to Tarun Tahiliani and Tarun Tahiliani, all designer collections include the Mughal-inspired attire in their most recent collections. The kurtas can be paired with Palazzos or churidars and, of course the statement pieces of jewelry to make a statement at any event, whether it’s your friend’s wedding , or gathering with your family. Personally, I am obsessed with the long, red-colored anarkali kurta designed by Reynu Taandon.
4. Asymmetric or High-Low Kurtas
We’ve already seen asymmetrical or high-low kurtas during the last few years. They’ll be making an even more prominent return in 2023. This year, we’re seeing a variety of models sporting the kurtas in stylish and casual fashions. We saw a lot of kurtas that were higher in front and longer in the back. The other new silhouettes that we’re having fun with this year include Kurtas that form a C-shape in front, more draped fabric each side as well as long hemlines that are undulating.
The designer kurta collection of top designers such as Sabyasachi, Payal Singhal and Anju Modi revolve around irregular hemlines. I’m in love with this black asymmetrical kurta that has a sharp front slit and the embroidered yoke of Sabyasachi (Kurta sets for women).
5. Straight & Long Kurtas
Long straight kurtas are trending! If you’re planning to purchase these, opt for bold, printed floral patterns or embroidered ones with shades of dark or pastel colors. They look elegant when worn with wide-legged pants or jeans.
Straight kurtas with long straight lines are ideal for informal family celebrations or even for outings with friends. If you’re looking to add some shine to your look and look glam, pair the kurtas with earrings or a statement necklace, and comfortable juttis and you’re ready to leave an impression on all who see you.
6. Kurta with Jacket
Kurtas when paired with jackets that are open are the latest trend. Wearing trendy jackets and kurtas will add a fashionable style to your overall look. This season we’re getting a variety of jackets with printed patterns solid colors tied-dyed, netted and even with matching jackets.
Long calf-length tie-dyed jacket with an attached belt from Karishma Shahani is one of my favorites. Pick a solid color crop jacket that has a long printed kurta, pair the outfit with crop trousers or Palazzo pants and you’re in a position to turn heads!
7. New Silhouettes
Are you tired of the old kurta silhouettes and want to upgrade your wardrobe? You should try new Kurta silhouettes. This year, we’re witnessing a lot of innovative silhouettes. We have seen a printed and embossed off-the-shoulder dress with side slits by Sabyasachi and Payal Singhal has come up with a large-sized printed kaftan with drawstrings that were embellished with fun Tassels.
On the other hand, Sue Mue presented an kurta that was short with eyelet details and flares gathered on both ends that made the curta. In all other respects my favorite part was Tahweave’s loose , see-through button-down kurta. It’s one of the most striking and unique fashions on the list of trends in kurtas for 2023.
8. Short Kurtis and Salwar
While not a brand new fashion short kurtis and salwars are still popular. And this year too they have been added to our list of hottest trends in kurtas for 2023. I’ve been wearing them at various times. Should I keep them on for the rest of the year? Okay, I don’t really think about it!
In the past, we witnessed short kurtis with vibrant and muted shades as well as embellished versions in designs by Reynu Taandon Sayantan Sarkar Anju Modi as well as many others. If salwaars aren’t your style, you can pair these kurtis with cigarette pants or jeans for an Indo-western appearance. Additionally, you can pair the kurtas with embellished ghararas or shararas! The styling options are infinite.