Off White Cotton Fabric Indo Western Kurti with Jacket

The Western style of clothing was first introduced to India by the British. They brought with them western fashions such as the suit, dress and overcoat. Today, kurtas are the most common style of Indian wear. In addition to being worn by men, women also wear kurtas as an everyday shirt. They're especially popular in North India where most women wear them as part of their traditional attire. Men usually wear their kurtas with traditional Indian attire such as the pyjama and shalwar-kameez



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✅   Type Kurti
✅   Print or Pattern Type Straight Pattern Side Slit
✅   Wash Care Gentle Wash
✅   Occasion Party
✅   Occasion Casual
✅   Style Jacket Style
✅   Sleeves 3/4
✅   Neck Round Neck
✅   Length 44
✅   Febric Cotton Slub


if a woman wants to wear a Western kurti, she must use an off-white cotton fabric. The off-white color accentuates skin tones and complements any complexion. A popular design for a Western kurtis comprises a grid or square pattern with four smaller squares inside it.

Kurtis are traditionally worn during the summer months when people travel around their villages or towns. They use this time to show respect for their heritage by wearing their favorite traditional garments such as kurtis. Women especially like wearing kurtis over other casual attire since they allow freedom of movement and give a more rugged appearance than regular clothing does.

Here's how you can incorporate wearing a Western kurti into your wardrobe this summer: first pick an off-white color for your kurti. Next, decide what kind of detailing you want on yours- such as four alternating squares with blues, greens, reds or purples or designs inspired by your country of origin or faith. Wear yours during the summer months when you're most active and happy- as it shows off your unique sense of style and tradition!

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