The Story of the Kurta

Drawing from its historic origins, the anarkali kurta is inspired by the popular Mughal silhouette that fans out to create a flattering feminine silhouette. Our light and summer-friendly version features tone-on-tone prints, a soft drape and ankle length palazzos in pristine white.

A modern, Western rendition of the traditional kurta is the kurti: a shorter version that works with everything from palazzos to jeans, making it one of the most versatile Indianwear styles. Our uber-versatile version comes with delicate floral embroidery on a black base, and pairs well with everything from jeans for a casual look to trousers for work.

One of the most popular party wear styles is the kurta sharara combination, another feminine silhouette that’s great for all sorts of events. Ours is a pale green chikan embroidered set complete with a dupatta that will make you shine, no matter what the occasion.

A strong and bold yet earthy piece, this kurta comes in a gorgeous indigo blue with white prints and lace detailing across the neckline. This is a great choice for events––all you need are flared palazzos, some silver jewellery, and you’re good to go.

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