Be it modern or ethnic, stylish or sober - kurtis are what your wardrobe is incomplete without! They are a must have in the closet of every Indian woman's wardrobe. These kurtis are very versatile. With our impressive variety, there is a kurti style for almost every occasion. Choose the right one that compliments your look and pair it with suitable accessories to get the perfect winter look.
Here are 16 beautiful kurtis on a budget-
#1 Long Kurtis - Corporate look
Who said a corporate attire does not include ethnic outfits? Women can definitely pull off an ethnic attire at work and look equally confident as in western attire. Wear one of these long kurtis along with straight fit trousers or black coloured leggings to rock the corporate look. Avoid wearing pajamas or patiala pants which you would usually prefer. When it comes to colours, opt for colours that are formal in nature. Avoid large prints on the kurtas. Wear a solid coloured kurta along with a printed stole to complete the look. Wear a small pendant set and a pair of earrings and you are good to go.
#2 Awesome work-wear kurtis for daily wear
If you love prints over solid colours, have a look at these interesting patterns of short kurtis. You can wear them with solid coloured trousers or leggings to work. The bold colours and subtle prints make them an apt choice for work-wear. As the kurtis are printed, avoid wearing any sort of necklace or pendant set along with them. All you need is a pair of cute little tops, earrings or ear cuffs.
#3 Digital Printed Kurtis - Aren't they just lovely?
Take your love for printed kurtis to the next level with these digital print kurtis. There is something distinct about the print of these kurtis which sets them apart from the regular printed kurtis. All said and done- we just love these prints. You can actually buy all of these considering the price at which they are available. If not these, you can have a look at our entire range of digital printed kurtis.
#4 Cotton Long Kurtis - Indo western look
Wear one of these long kurtis with minimal embroidery or work on it along with a pair of pastel coloured leggings. Team it up with a pair of sandals for a versatile look. Add a jhola bag and a pair of Punjabi juttis or kolhapuri chappals to complete the look.