Multicoloured kurtis- Charming elegant or a splash of liveliness
Vibgyor- the rainbow palette, pastel delights, earthy tones, neutrals, monochromes- every colour has its own appealing beauty. Putting together these beautiful hues can add unmatched charm and vibrancy to any outfit. Multi-coloured kurtis are the ones that have three or more colours. They may be kaleidoscopic, bright in their appeal – or maybe a blend of 3-4 muted colors – which look graceful yet never over the top. Nonetheless, multi-hued outfits and kurtis can be among some of the most interesting silhouettes in your closet. Unlike the popular understanding – mixing more than 2-3 colors in a garment isn’t always jarring or bohemian. Yes, bohemian, quirky or eclectic kurtis and prints tend to be usually multi-hued, but there are quieter, more subtle versions too – for those who love their colors, but prefer staying away from loud, garish stuff.
Wearing multi-coloured kurtis to office
Formal, subtle and basic - that’s how ideally your office wardrobe is expected to be! But adding a few tones to your wardrobe can easily perk up your mood, keeping you in high spirits throughout the tedious day and an energetic ensemble like multi-coloured cotton kurti worn with neutral coloured leggings is one trendy option to watch out for. However, you may not want to attract too much attention at your workplace so keep your colour palettes toned down. A beige kurti with a moderate splash of colorful floral prints or multi-coloured thread work can be a stylish yet formal looking wardrobe component for your workplace. A pink, cream and green kurti, a paisley maroon, brown, cream and orange straight cut cotton kurti as some other palette options that can be conveniently sported at office.
Style-up your day with multi-coloured kurtis
Designed with flowing or with crisp fall, A-line or flared and layered, traditional long sleeves or contemporary flounce sleeves- multi-coloured kurtis work for all types of social and cultural meets. The best thing about these garments is that they can be easily styled upwards, even if made for casual occasions. For example if you have a long flared casual-wear kurti detailed with abstract prints in shades of yellow, green, red and pink and an asymmetrical hemline, you can style it for a formal house party or a even a pre-wedding function by layering it with a white or cream jeweled shrug and dazzling heels. Saree.com stocks a vast collection of traditional and contemporary kurtis online in multiple hues that will tempt you to have your shopping carts full!
Party-wear multi color kurtis
Anarkali style long kurtis with shibori, leheriya, Bandhani, Kalamkari or block prints are apt for occasions that require a traditional dress code. For an elegant look, you can pick an ombre long gown-style kurti with pastel tones. Multi-colour floral printed kurtis with bold prints or with 3D appliqués and zardozi also make effortlessly stylish picks for semi-formal parties. Such outfits can later be styled downwards for smaller social events like kitty parties too. Given the versatility of such garments, comfort levels and the striking appeal of multiple hues, these contemporary ethnic garments are indeed worth possessing!