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Monday, November 7, 2016


John Marine | 6:10 PM | |
Ever seen a kurti? Rakhshanda of "Chamber of Beauty" inspired me to discuss kurtis. A kurti is a kind of traditional Hindu dress or long tunic usually worn with pants. They can be solid color or in any number of patterns. In a way, a kurti in Hindu fashion is almost like the Ao Dai in Vietnamese fashion. And in case you're interested in the Ao Dai, search for my "Ao Dai" blog post here on "StyleSpace by JBM." But anyhow, back to kurtis. Also, a special hello to all of my Hindu readers.

Here is an example of a kurti (may be changed if I can use a better picture):

^ from: (best I could find) - This is a kurti being worn with pants and pumps.

For educational purposes, here is a blog post from Rakhshanda showcasing kurtis and how to style a kurti:


This is an older blog post of hers wearing a kurti:

Ethnic Casual OOTD (Chamber of Beauty....)

If you love Rakhshanda's blog, feel free to follow her blog in some capacity. Believe me, she has many more lovely outfit posts than just these I've mentioned.

Kurtis are usually worn with some sort of basic pants. Usually not flared or legging-tight pants, but mostly some straight-leg pants. Footwear is usually on the chic side ranging from charming sandals or some pumps.

I think the kurti is a wonderful traditional Hindu garment. I still regard sarees/saris as the most fabulous traditional Hindu fashion garment, but kurtis are lovely. You almost can do no wrong in styling a kurti. I'd probably stay away from sneakers or something.

Well, that's it. Another post in the books. So...

Do you like kurtis?

Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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