Today I write about my recent collaboration with designer brand “KEYUS” A brand from Kolkata. This brand mainly deals in indian wear with a modern wear.
When it comes to the well-defined ‘Indian wear’, the first thing that comes to our mind while walking towards the closet is Kurti. This fashion trend never goes off and one of the best smart casual wear. In fact, Kurtis are so versatile that you can wear them for college, office, family events, day-out, party wear and literally every way you prefer.
Kurtis can be made adaptable with various styles like short or medium length, from various materials of cloth and the embroidery as well. thus, the exclusive designs, elaborate patterns, various hues and appealing shades blended with western as well as Indian styles has made Kurti so popular as a fashion trend. There are various reason to love them, different ways to pair them up and the hacks and style quotient.
Coming to the kurti I wore is namely Karigari (Gujj). This cotton dress has two zardozi elephant motifs on its double pockets. It’s perfect for a lunch date or evening party. Well like the previous trend that kurtis are only meant to wear with bottoms are longer mandatory. Kurtis are now a new fashion staple that making entry into modern casual trend. Kurtis are modern way to introduce our Indian wear.
Nowdays, Kurtis can be carry well without bottoms and combined with sneakers as well. They are more likely to wear as a long ankle length dresses.
My cotton kurti or I should say cotton dress is with both sides’ long edges and designing on the hem area. I so love the colour contrast of the outfit. It’s so comfortable and light-weighted that you can wear all day long especially in this summer season.
To complete the look I wore these black gladiators and carried a black clutch and I am good to go all day stylish & chic.You can shop this dress here.
Do let me know how much you love my style and also mention what yours comfortable styling these summers. Till my next stay fashionably fit. Have you checked my previous post MY MYNTRA LOOKBOOK 3.
Shivali Chauhan (Classifiedbird)