Kurtis is the favorite of every woman. But it is also the fault of women that they do not give much importance to the bottom wear for Kurtis. So, in this article, we have brought to you the best bottom wear fashion that would make you look gorgeous when you team them up with Kurtis. However, do not just stick to one or two styles of bottom wear. You will have to keep changing the styles to stay updated. Plus, one style of bottom wear will not go with the variety of Kurtis that you might have in your closet right now.
So, without further ado let us get on to the six best types of bottom wear styles for Kurtis:
- Charming Churidars
The difference between leggings and churidar is that the former is skin-hugging, but the latter is not. Both the styles are tapered down towards the bottom, but churidars are more suited for the traditional functions.
You can wear churidar with any type of kurti. It gives a more traditional look. These days, Anarkalis are in. So, you can wear a churidar and fabulous Anarkali to any occasion. In this case, don’t forget to accessorize. Wear the attire with a smile on your face and a garland in your hair. Also, don’t ditch your kohl, bindi, and jhumkas for this traditional look.
- Full-length Leggings
This style of bottom wear will perhaps go with any style of kurti your choice. However, do not team it up with a very traditional kurti, or a chikankari kurti. Other than that, leggings are fine for long Kurtis that have a straight cut. You might as well fancy wearing leggings with Anarkali. Which is totally doable, provided you have the confidence to carry it.
Leggings are comfortable and stylish at the same time. You will get a wide variety in the domain of leggings. You will get monochrome, printed, and even styles that are interlaced with meshwork.
Leggings have a tight sort of fittings. Hence wearing a short kurti with leggings might not look the best, especially if the material of your bottom wear is thin — team leggings up with longer Kurtis to look stylish. Leggings are also your best friend if you have a little bulge in your betty. It will fit you phenomenally and also help in making you look a little toned down.
- Patiala Pants
Want to look like the soni kudi that we see in Bollywood movies, then Patiala pants is your thing. This type of bottom wear goes very well with short Kurtis. You can either choose monochrome Patiala pants or might want to go for one with embroideries on it. Either way, you will look stunning.
Patiala pants generally look best with two styles of short Kurtis, the deep round neck with latkan ties in the back or the collared neck. Make sure that you take a gorgeous patola dupatta with this attire to look your best.
- Dhoti Salwar
The dhoti style pants came into the Indian market about a few years back. And since then, it has taken the fashion world by storm. You can wear this dhoti style with a trendy top or a short kurti. This is not the bottom wear style for long Kurtis, though.
Dhoti style bottom wears hand ruffles and layers. You can easily find one with mirror work or embroidery. For this style of bottom wear, flowy fabrics like georgette are the best. You can also buy a dhoti style bottom wear in cotton. However, avoid fabrics like lycra as it is body-hugging and give you an unflattering look.
Wearing a kurti with a pair of denim is a trend that you will not regret flaunting. It is an Indo western style that will win the hearts of everyone. The style is casual and breezy and especially suited for college girls. There are many types of denim. You can choose with a plain colour or go with the vogue and choose faded jeans to match with the kurti to create a casual look.
Palazzo is one of the best and most appreciated bottom wear styles. It’s a comfortable style and can be flaunted with any type of kurti. There are many styles of palazzos. If you are a tall girl, then you can choose a full-length palazzo. If you are a cute small stature, then you can wear a cropped length palazzo with a kurti of your choice.