Kurtis forms a part of the wardrobe of every Indian woman. Trendy kurtis are found to be worn globally as well. It is the most comfortable dress and preferred daily wear as well. Snazzy Kurtis with artistic designs and embroidery are generally preferred for functions, parties and get-togethers. Try out newly designed embroidered kurtis with zari, gotta, and patti works that make you stand out from the usual crowd.

Latest Collection of Embroidered Kurtis:

Here are a few trendy and colourful embroidery kurtis collections that are in vogue to make you stand apart in functions, festivals, or even casual get-togethers and be the show-stopper in your college. They are easily available online and at shops as well.

1. Georgette Blue Embroidered Long Kurti:

An exquisite embroidered long kurta is made from georgette material. Heavy embroidery along the bodice makes this dress stand apart in a crowd. The neck is round and closed. The long sleeves have delicate embroidery at the end of the sleeves. The flowy material makes you look flawless and graceful. Wearing blue leggings or churidars and high-heeled sandals makes you the most popular person on any occasion. Minimal jewellery adds finesse and charm to the embroidered georgette kurtis.

2. Black Embroidered A-Line Kurta:

This magnificent black kurti with embroidery is made of cotton & polyester material. This kurti is in an A-lined shape and has a flared hemline. It comes with Long sleeves, a mandarin collar, and gold flowers embroidered on the front bodice. It is also adorned with gold fabric buttons to make it look classy. A slim lace is attached to the bottom of the sleeve. A black chudidhar and gold chappals refine your look and make you a distinct person at any celebration.

3. Magenta Pink Long Embroidered Kurti:

This is a very well-crafted kurti with a delicate machine embroidery design. The cotton fabric makes the attire highly sophisticated. This has a deep V-neck with a mandarin collar and 3/4th sleeves. It has gold thread work sewing the delicate sequins together. The bottom and the sleeves are also embroidered. The entire dress is finished with a thin gold lace bordering all over. It goes well with laced palazzo pants, high box heels and long chunky earrings.

4. Navy Blue Embroidered Short Kurti:

Here is a fancy Blue cotton kurta with long white sleeves that is a class apart. It is simple yet elegant and has a round neck and 3/4th sleeves. White embroidery starts from the shoulders and moves inward. It is casual wear and can accompany jeans or chudidhar with sandals or chappals. A typical college wear outfit that keeps you comfortable all through the day.

5. Orange Embroidered Kurti:

This is an enchanting festival, so wear an orange kurti made of rayon material. This is a stunning orange party-wear kurta with very attractive embroidery work blended with floral work to give it a traditional look. This stylish kurta has lovely intricate embroidery work. Wear this outfit and shine like the lights, making your festivities brighter. So wear this and step out in style.

6. Red Cotton Heavy Embroidered Kurti:

This red cotton kurta has short sleeves. Off-white coloured embroidery work is done all over the front of the dress. The embroidery is intricate and delicate. Three lines of Trimmed laces are stitched to the sleeves, giving it a petite look. There are two short slits to the side. Round neck and White pearly buttons at the placket give it a charming look. You can wear it to college with a white churidhar or Patiala salwar.

7. Pista Green Zari Embroidered Kurti:

Made of Slab silk material, this pista green kurta has zari work down the centre from the shoulders and neck to the bottom. It has three slits – two to the side and a small one in the centre. The neckline is finished with a thin gold piping work that looks distinguished. The sweetheart’s neck makes the dress very alluring. It can be teamed with yellow silk churidhar and gold chunky high-heeled platforms. The vivid green dress is dazzling, and you are surely the prominent personality of the show.

8. Dark Green Embroidered Kurta:

This is an ideal dress for festive and party occasions. The kurta is made of taffeta silk material, and the dupatta is made of net. This Anarkali-style kurta is heavily embroidered with gold thread at the bottom flare and halfway upto the sleeves. The dupatta is also heavily embroidered with gold thread. You need minimal jewellery like chunky jhumkas; your dazzling appearance is all needed to steal the show. For footwear, you can use block heels or pencil heels.

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9. Linen Embroidered Kurti:

This is a delicate-looking, cool summer shade of white linen kurti. The neck has Scarlet flowers depicting the blazing summer on the front and at the back. The fabric is also perfect for any weather. Look gorgeous in this kurta by teaming it with palazzos or even chudidhars. Flat chappals or kolhapuris for footwear and gota earrings will pair excellently with this garb. It is the ideal pick for a casual outing with friends.

10. Black Cotton Embroidered Wrap Kurta:

A very versatile wrap kurta is made of cotton material. The entire kurta is plain except for the pocket, which has an embroidered honeycomb and bee pattern. This plain dress with the highlighted pocket is charismatic when worn with cotton ankle-length palazzos and flats sandals. It will make you more charming and glamorous as this black wrap looks captivating.

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Kurtis is everywhere, and it is set to become a versatile garment. It is a must to have an embroidered kurti as a part of your wardrobe, especially for festive occasions. Kurtis is popular abroad and among foreigners and highly complements all body types. Nowadays, the perfect global fashion is a white embroidered kurti with jeans. So be ready to look stylish in any embroidered kurta. There are various choices in embroidery, like zari work, aari work, zardosi, and mirror embroidery; the list is endless.

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