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Kurti in Mustard Yellow – A Vibrant Pick-Me-Up Dress Option

Mustard- a deeper tone of yellow having a hint of red and brown- has been strongly associated with the Indian culture and a number of religious rituals since time immemorial. Apart from its cultural significance, the colour has also been trending for a number of fashion seasons across not just ethnic wear, but also fusion and western wear silhouettes. A mustard yellow kurti usually has a balanced traditional and trendy vibe- thus being an apt pick for contemporary fashion patrons.

Mustard kurti designs and styles for various occasions

This darker variant of yellow is a commonly spotted colour at Indian festivities as well as at wedding functions, especially the Haldi ceremony. A mustard coloured kurti is meant for those who love bright, vibrant hues – yet wish to not go overboard. This is a strong color but doesn’t feel like it is in-your-face, let’s say like canary yellow. Thus, a mustard hued kurti is perfect for most settings – including day as well as night time functions.

Long and A-line or flared Anarkali style kurtis are quite in trend these days. A mustard kurti in any of these styles is a good option – specifically when made in a lustrous fabric like silk or satin – or paired with a heavy Banarasi or embroidered dupatta – even for a wedding. In fact, even a bride can wear a mustard yellow long kurti made in cotton-silk or georgette, adorned with thread or mirrors embroidery to look presentable yet feel comfortable at her Haldi function. For those who prefer shorter ones, a combination of short mustard silk kurti paired with a cream sharara or palazzo or even a Patiala salwar is an excellent ensemble for a cultural setting.

Sober Mustard colored kurtis are also good for everyday wear – for work as well as chores or even when meeting friends or family. Lightly embellished kurtis in mustard yellow make for semi-formal outfits so they are a good addition to your closet. Pair such a kurti with an embellished palazzo or lehenga skirt to instantly glam up your outfit and wear for a festival like Uttaryan or even Diwali. Flowy georgette yellow kurtis are a good idea for all seasons – as well as casual wear.

Which type of jewellery can be worn with mustard kurti?

Basically mustard tends to look a little off-beat and goes well with contrasting coloured accessories. Silver and oxidized jewellery can be worn with traditional party-wear mustard kurtis while for casual occasions you can opt for colorful tassel jewellery in shades of pink, green and blue. Contemporary party-wear mustard kurtis can be accessorized with statement jewellery that has pearl and stone components.

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Saree.com has a beautiful collection of mustard yellow kurtis for all types of occasions. Be it a plain mustard straight-cut kurti or a fusion one with panels and asymmetry- there’s something that will appeal to every personality!