The woman of today needs a modern wardrobe, period. Gone are the days where we would be expected to wear traditional silhouettes for regular outings (secretly lauding our moms for donning sarees on a day-to-day basis). As we pondered over our sartorial choices and our desire to modernize our wardrobe, we stumbled across these new and exciting fusion kurta sets that we can wear on multiple occasions.
The best part is that these beauties are up for multiple pair-ups, making them a perfect choice for several events.
We are taking notes from designer Shloka Khialani on how to traditionalize corsets with sweetheart necklines and asymmetrical hemlines to wear it to festive occasions. We suggest you wear this to a sangeet party with danglers and some pretty juttis to accentuate the look.
We love how demure this jacket-kurta set from Rachana Ved looks. This chevron-printed silk asymmetrical jacket over a kurta-set is modern enough to wear it for an occasion-worthy at work. Get all the attention by adding on some wedge heels and hoops.
Masaba X Rhea
If you haven't gone gaga over the recent collection from Masaba yet, we shall give you a reason why you should. Fitting the cut for fusion kurta sets perfectly, this outfit, consisting of a bandeau top, a deep organza v -neck anarkali over it, net palazzos and a dupatta, is definitely an outfit to own.
This stunning rust and olive green floral printed set by Ri-Ritu Kumar can double as your next sangeet outfit. Feel free to play around with drapes, should you feel edgy. Wear it with subtle contemporary jewellery if you wish to give it a fusion spin, or go for all-ethnic jewellery, otherwise.
We have been seeing a lot of AM:PM on the social media front, and we know why. This floral printed, jacket-kurta set has our approval! An exquisite floral embroidered jacket with dhoti pants is an ideal pick for those customary annual family get-togethers. Accentuate this look with flats and some stud earrings.
We at Aza are all about contemporary silhouettes. This distinct structure of the pop-pink kurta set has us swooning all over it. Don't miss the simple flower-and-leaf prints that make the outfit simply elegant.
Whenever you view Saksham Neharicka's collection, there's that sleek and ultra-chic vibe that you get from the outfits. Well, this red angrakha-style, floral-printed kurta set is no exception to that. Laden with asymmetrical layers, this is the best choice to wear it on a semi-festive occasion.
Capes are not reserved for just super-heroes anymore, as our super-designers are emulating the style in kurta sets as well. We are talking about this stunning blue asymmetrically hemlined one-shoulder cape kurta set. We insist you wear this to a peppy mehendi/sangeet party with a kundan jewellery set.
While we are on the topic of asymmetrical hemlines, let's take a moment to cherish this effortlessly classy pink chiffon outfit by Abhishek Sharma. Wear it on your day out in the city, by wearing it with sandals and stud earrings.
We love this colourful and vibrant kurta-sharara set by Akanksha Gajria. If tie-dye outfits are your thing, then put your best foot forward with this white halter-neck, semi-sequined outfit at your next pool party.
If solid monochromes are your go-to resort for indo-western wear, then we have this red one-shoulder cape outfit by Prathyusha Garimella for you. Because this outfit is otherwise simple, you can experiment with accessorizing. Pair it with statement golden earrings and an embroidered clutch for a destination wedding.
Himani and Anjali Shah
Peplums are in trend right now, rightfully depicted by this yellow-ochre peplum style embroidered jacket, along with a bustier. We love the vibe of comfort that we are getting with these palazzo pants. Wear it to a wedding with chandbaalis and juttis.
Do you resort to traditional sarees with gold brocade for any wedding that you attend? If yes, it's time to amp up your wedding-wear wardrobe with this jacket-kurta set with ivory and golden brocade by Siddhartha Tytler. Pair it with a gold clutch and heels and garner all the attention.
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