Digging for trendy kurti styles? Don’t worry, we have got it all together in the bollywood style. The list of 10 Bollywood actresses in kurti is here.
Kurti or Kurta, is a famous attire among all the generations now. Kurti is a loose collarless shirt and gives immense comfort. Usually it is worn on festive seasons as well as on a casual days.
Traditionally made of cotton or silk, it’s either totally plain or printed or embroidered with intricate motifs which includes flowers, leaves and everything that’s related to nature.
So how about we dig into a bit of history? It is said that Kurti got induced in Indian fashion during the Mughal rule. Although traditionally during the Mughal era, “kurti” was referred for waistcoats or blouses, it was later known as “tunics” with its evolution of style.
To give a more modern history, during the hippie movement during the 1960s and 1970s Kurtis got more into fashion. The garment gained more popularity for its comfortable style.
Due to this international popularity, Kurti become an international sensation and gained the title of “comfort-meets-style”. Let’s get a more detailed look on how Kurti has made a fusion of comfort and style.
Let’s take a look at 10 Bollywood actresses in kurti who styled their looks in elegant ways:
1. Alia Bhatt
Alia Bhatt known for her classic styles, wears white kurta sets giving her everyday look a more traditional and pretty angle. The subtle monochromatic motifs make her look more vivid. She truly believes in minimalism and keeps her outfits very minimalistic.
2. Deepika Padukone
Deepika Padukone is popular for her classic yet voguish style that she confidently sports everywhere. Here, we can see her wearing a simplistic black long kurta with straight pants, a great look which can make on front pages because of her radiant poise.
3. Janhvi Kapoor
The actress who caught every youngster’s eye is Janhvi Kapoor. With a smile that contains the potential to melt millions of hearts, Janhvi here shows off her indie side with a peach coloured Kurti. The Kurti is hand embroidered cotton kurti and thus, gives a more delicate and elegant look.
4. Sara Ali Khan
Winning a Filmfare for best debutant, Sara Ali Khan, has proved not only her acting skills but has also become the apple of every Indian’s eyes. Sara, here wears a very festive Kurti, with bright blue colour and golden motifs. This outfit would make it perfect for any traditional event.
5. Tara Sutaria
A popular actress who has made her place in everyone’s hearts is Tara Sutaria, often known for her modern-meets-simplistic style. She has become a style icon to every Indian woman. Here, Tara fashions a minimal white co-ord which is simple yet elegant in its own way.
6. Kriti Sanon
A popular talent, Kriti Sanon, famous for her roles in movies like, Bareilly ki Barfi, Lukka Chuppi, this Barfi shows off her casual brunch style in a white casual hand block printed kurti.
7. Kareena Kapoor
A style icon and beyond-words actress, Kareena Kapoor, who has now become an inspiration to major fashion designers like Manish Malhotra shows us how to be stylish in real sense. Kareena here wears a very simple design long kurti with big rose motifs, and makes it radiant and unique with her confidence.
8. Sonam Kapoor
Another style icon, who gained this title after walking down Cannes carpet elegantly, is Sonam Kapoor. Sonam has proved her icon title even while arriving at the airport. In fact, she is more famous for her airport looks. Here, Sonam styles her casual look in a Hand block printed white kurti with big blue motifs at the borders.
9. Kangana Ranaut
A name that is usually associated with talent, is also famous as a fashionista. Here, Kangana wears an elegant printed Kurti that can make your meetings or monday blues more “colourful”.
10. Kajal Agarwal
Everyone wants a casual Kurti for their everyday work life, which makes them look more voguish in the crowd. Kajal Agarwal, here, shows off her casual fusioned with traditional look in the most effortlessly beautiful way. She wears an asymmetric blue kurti and looks elegant.
By: Vaishnavi Nagwekar