Step into a hassle-free world of ethnic wear combined with a jazz of western touch with numerous short and long kurtis for jeans. Being elegant yet stylish, designer kurtis have now become more of a necessity. And when you combine them with a comfy pair of jeans, all you can expect is a simple yet stunning look.
Want to combine these two classic outfits, but are yet confused as to which kind of kurtis can look good with jeans? Proceed with this much needed styles tips to choose best types of kurtis to wear with pair of jeans.
Styles of Kurtis to Pair with Jeans
1. Shirt style kurti
Effortless yet classy, round ended shirt style kurtis are just perfect for a typical formal wear.
- Pair the couple with a scarf, studs, a long metal necklace and you are all ready to rock.
- For footwear, loafers, ankle-strapped sandals, flat boots, casual sneakers and stilettos can be great.
- Lastly, add on a plain wrinkled cotton scarf and get set to be the town’s diva.
2. A-line kurtis
- Attain an ethnic look with additional wooden bangles, loose delicate bracelets, jhumkas, dangling earrings, totes and jhol bags.
- For an easy-peasy complete the look in juttis, flip-flops, bellies or peep-toes.
3. Indo western Kurtis
Want to attain a classic fusion look? Get high on trend with Indo Indo-Western kurtis, available in both cotton and synthetic fabrics.
- Pump up your look with accessories like ear-cuffs, western styled metal earrings, chokers, multi-layered metal necklaces, metal anklets and a pair of oversized sunglasses.
- For your feet, pumps, casual slippers, peeptoes, sneakers and ooh those black stilletoes, can be great.
4. Slit Kurtis
Add glamour to your personality with a simple pair of jeans with slit kurtis, the latest rage in the kurti world.
- Pair them with dangling earrings or chaand baali earrings. Metallic bracelets or beaded bracelets can also go along well.
- Since slit kurtis have a Western touch, heels, pumps, stilettos and bellies can look great.
- Complete the diva look with totes, clutches or slings.
5. Denim Kurtis
Perfect for formal, daily wear, interviews and maternity wear, denim kurtis can help you ooze an elegant yet classy personality when combined with a pair of well-fitted jeans.
- With a classic hint of modern yet Indianised look, denim kurtis with jeans can be aligned well with studs, oxidised bangles, and dangling earrings with medium length.
- Here’s an additional tip. Wear a complete bangle set on one hand with a silver watch on the other. Classy yet ethnic!
- Since denim kurtis imbibe simplicity with beauty, go simple with juttis, flats, bellies or strapped sandals.
- Additionally you can add on a cotton pastel coloured scarf or printed georgette scarf, coupled with oval or rectangle sunglasses.
6. Kaftan style kurti
Kaftan stylish kurtis for jeans can help ooze elegance with glamour with its loose fit.
- Add accessories like stud earrings, ear-cuffs, hoop earrings, wooden bangles, a silver nosepin (optional) and cuff bracelets. Or for a plain yet dominating look, you can even go without any of them.
- Dangle a tote bag, a sling bag (when you need to attend parties) or jholas.
- Complete it with oval, aviator or rectangle sunglasses, black heels, black or darker coloured pumps or bellies and you are done.
7. Colour block kurti
Go bold yet classy with colour block kurtis that features contrasting colours in specific blocks or patterns.
- Accessories such as georgette scarves, studs, ear jackets, ear-cuffs, multi layered neckpieces, sling bags and watches can help you set a distinct trend of your own.
- You can also add on an oxidized set of bangles, metal bracelets or can even keep your hands free.
8. High low kurti
With the front cut shorter than the back, high low kurtis help you attain a modern look with a slight feminine touch.
- Pair the combination of jeans with high low kurtis with tribal necklaces, hoop earrings, ear-jackets, dangling earrings and metallic multi-layered earrings.
- For your feet, combine high low kurtis with bellies, flats, medium sized heels, pumps, juttis or kolhapuris.
- Finish the look with a silver watch, slings, tote bags or jholas.
9. Tulip Kurtis
With a flattering tulip shape, tulip kurtis can be great with jeans for casual, formal and party wear.
- Being versatile, hoop earrings, studs, jhumkas, dangling earrings and chandbalis can go well along with these kurtis.
- If you don’t like jamming yourself with lots of wooden or metal bangles, you can accessorize tulip kurtis with a simple pair of thick wooden bangles with a single piece on each hand.
- Complete this ethnic yet modern look with slings, clutches (when attending parties) or potli bags.
10. Pintuck Kurtis
With intricate yet classy pintuck designs, either on sleeves or necklines, pintuck kurtis are quite in vogue when pairing with jeans.
- Modern with an ethnic touch, you can either wear hoop earrings, studs, or can even go traditional with jhumkas and chandbalis.
- You can also get yourself a georgette chest-length scarf or a simple monochromic cotton scarf.
- Totes, jholas and slings can be great for bags.
- For the footwear, heels, juttis, mojris, sandals, bellies and pumps are some of the most stylish yet versatile options.
Kurtis Designs that are not so good to wear with Jeans
With some of the best kinds of stylish kurtis for jeans being said, it’s time to roll on to know about some of the worst options as well; which definitely can save you from embarrassment.
1. Straight Pakistani Kurtis
Long and baggy, Pakistani straight kurtis can definitely pump up your look with loose bottoms like palazzos but not with jeans.
2. Dhoti Style Kurtis
The best thing about Dhoti style kurtis is that they look best when not combined with any bottom , not even with jeans. So, don’t even think about them!
3. Floor Length Kurtis
The Indian version of long gowns, floor lengths kurtis with their extended lengths, look best with themselves, and not with literally any kind of bottoms, even your favourite jeans.
4. Overlay Kurtis
With a lesser length than floor length kurtis, overlay kurtis look best with loose bottoms like palazzos, straight pants and salwars. Tighter bottoms like jeans or leggings can only hamper the look. This is because it is the looseness that adds more grace.
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