Most common party wear dresses for the young gen youth include single-piece dresses, gowns or lehengas. But we are thrilled to tell you all that there are the latest collections of kurta with skirt designs in the market, which are unique, trendy and all stylish! Wondering what they are all about? It’s time to sizzle with these latest collections of ethnic Kurti with the skirt. They are full-length dresses variants, which come with a maxi skirt and stylish Kurti and dupatta. These trends have come into limelight after celebrities such as Deepika Padukone and Kareena Kapoor Khan wore them in public. Let’s explore and see what is new and exciting about these designs!

Which Skirts are Worn with Kurtis?

There may be different types of Kurtis that can fit in the skirts to make them transform into a fantastic piece of dress. While most of you guys can find them as a set in stores, one can also experiment the same with your personalized ideas, buying and pairing them separately. Here are a few clues to help you out with the right skirt and Kurti dress combination.

  • You can choose both above knee length and below knee length Kurtis for the same.
  • In most cases, one uses full length flared maxi skirts to make them look like a dress.
  • The kurti’s, which are mostly best fit for these skirt dresses, include mid-cut designs, jacket designs, cape Kurtis, side cuts, flared Kurtis and asymmetric cut ones.

Beautiful And Best Long And Short Kurtis For Skirts:

You can now style your traditional kurta and skirt in a contemporary way. Here are a few ways to do so-

1. Gota Patti Kurti with Skirt:


If you are someone who loves fancy stuff and recent designs, this gota Patti style Kurti dress can be the best and apt choice for you. It is both simplistic, gives an elegant and comfortable style, at the same time, is right for festive wear. This set we see here comes in the peach colour with minimal work and flare skirt.

  • Fabric: Silk
  • Body Type: Thin and medium
  • Occasion: Festivals
  • Style Tip: Add heavy jewellery to enhance the look.

2. Velvet Kurti and Skirt:


We are sure you haven’t heard about the possibilities of velvet Kurti with a skirt. The Kurti seen here is velvet fabric which is paired with simple flared straight Kurti. Those who are curious to experiment and try new styles appear gorgeous on occasion can prefer this. It comes with light work near the neck and yet enhances overall style.

  • Fabric: Velvet and silk
  • Body Type: Thin and medium
  • Occasion: Festivals
  • Style Tip: Heavy neckpiece and earrings can do magic here.

3. Punjabi Kurti Inspirations with Skirt:


The Punjabi style of fashion comes with simple yet most stunning chic style variants. This red and grey combination of Kurti and skirt is among our favourite. This is also best for daily wear use and can make anyone appear unique in their daily activities too.

  • Fabric: Cotton
  • Body Type: Medium to plus size
  • Occasion: Daily wear
  • Style Tip: Keep it minimal with accessories and statement to attract the look wiser.

4. Printed Rayon Kurti with Skirt:


Another option in simple daily or regular wear one is this rayon printed style, Kurti. It is a talent to appear stylish even in ordinary everyday life without events and if you are among one who has an eye for fashion, this can be the right choice for you.

  • Fabric: Rayon
  • Body Type: Thin and petite
  • Occasion: College wear
  • Style Tip: Good heels and bracelet can style it well.

5. High Low Kurti with Skirt:


High low Kurti in asymmetric cut can be stylish only for tall women. If you are one of those lucky women, this style can be best for casual wear. It looks elegant and is quite comfortable even for long day wear. The yellow and pink printed Kurti is best when paired with a white skirt.

  • Fabric: Cotton
  • Body Type: Any body size
  • Occasion: Casual wear
  • Style Tip: Loose hair and heavy earrings can add to the colour in this one.

6. Brocade Kurti with a Skirt:


The brocade Kurti style with a full skirt is the new fashion trending around right now. Here the eye-catchy form comes from brocade style bright coloured pink Kurti. It looks quite grand to suit even heavy ceremonies and functions. The jacket style double layered Kurti further is adding elegance, beautiful and modern look.

  • Fabric: Cotton silk
  • Body Type: Thin and tall
  • Occasion: Weddings
  • Style Tip: Minimal accessories can do here given the heavy Kurti.

7. Designer Kurti with Skirt:


You can choose any kind and choice of designer Kurti with a skirt. Seen here is dark blue coloured grand work Kurti and skirt style. It has a contemporary fashion statement and looks quite trendy and yet expensive. Those who love modern techniques should try this out.

  • Fabric: Silk georgette
  • Body Type: Thin and curvy
  • Occasion: Reception parties
  • Style Tip: Heavy ear hanging and fancy hairstyle can work magic here.

8. Skirt Palazzo with Kurti:

This red sequined palazzo skirt Kurti is among our favourite. This trending fashion garment piece is entirely new in fashion and discovery. It is super popular given the design, variance of the garment as well as overall enhanced appearance being added to one’s look with this style.

  • Fabric: Silk
  • Body Type: Any body
  • Occasion: Parties
  • Style Tip: Skip neckpiece, wear heavy hanging and heels to add to the elegance.

9. Indo-western Kurti with Skirt:


Here is Indo western georgette party style Kurti with a skirt. We love this idea of grand Kurti and skirt with designer and embroidered dupatta falling on the top. Alternatively, you can even go ahead wearing a cape on the top. It is among the most selling and popular styles trending now.

  • Fabric: Silk and georgette
  • Body Type: Thin and curvy
  • Occasion: Parties and reception
  • Style Tip: Loose hair and high heels are good to go in this heavy piece

10. Dhoti Skirt with Kurti:


If you are not convinced about how dhoti skirt will look on you, here is our favourite piece which we quite like. This style is in trend today, given the unique appearance. Wearing crop top and cape on the above as shown in the picture, can totally add to the look and style statement.

  • Fabric: Cotton silk
  • Body Type: Thin and petite
  • Occasion: Fancy parties
  • Style Tip: Accessorize minimally

11. Long Kurti with Skirt:

Here is a fantastic combination of a long kurta with a skirt. You can flaunt with this perfect pairing of kurta and skirt. This is a very charming dress that will make you look very feminine, bubbly, and very very desi. You can choose from an ankle-length skirt to a floor-length skirt. If you are someone who loves simple styles and designs, this skirt wali Kurti can be the right bet for you!

  • Fabric: Silk net
  • Body Type: Thin and tall women only
  • Occasion: Functions and simple festivals
  • Style Tip: Wear heavy accessories to enhance this simple Kurti dress.

12. Gypsy Cotton Skirt With Short Top:

It is an A-lined ankle-length skirt Kurti set with or without ruffles. This is a short Kurti with laced hemline matching the skirt colour. It also has the same lace at the end of the three-fourth sleeves. It has a V-neck – both front and back. The back neck is a little deeper, and cute latkans are attached to give it a style. So get set to go desi wearing this skirt kurta dress with a dozen matching bangles on hands, matching earrings and a pair of mojari’s.

  • Fabric: Cotton
  • Body Type: Any body type can wear this style
  • Occasion: Festivals or events
  • Style Tip: Keep it in boho style statement to look unique and fancy!

13. Kurta with Ankle Length Skirt:

A lovely beige short Kurti with long skirts of cotton material adorned with golden embroidery at hemline, neck followed by the placket. Wear it over an orange skirt of crushed fabric and get ready to glow at any event. Match with heavy dangler earrings and a pair of beige high heeled sandals. Women who love to keep it casual and yet trendy with comfortable style statement can prefer this one.

  • Fabric: Cotton and silk
  • Body Type: Tall and thin to medium women
  • Occasion: College fests
  • Style Tip: Wear this with heels and good heavy ear hangings to make the look.

14. Party Wear Kurta With Skirt:

Look ethnic yet fashionable with this long skirt and Kurti. The Red and Golden combination is eye-catching. It is a perfect choice for family functions as well as casual events. It is very light and easy to manage as it is made of chiffon material. Wear a different coloured pair of sandals and long earrings to complete your look.

  • Fabric: Cotton and chiffon
  • Body Type: Thin and curvy women
  • Occasion: Festivals and ceremonies
  • Style Tip: Fancy jewellery and accessories.

15. Stylish Kurta with Long Skirt:

This is a fantastic coffee brown kurta and golden coloured skirt. It has a mandarin collar with an extended placket with many golden coloured cloth buttons. The long Kurti with long skirts has a brown coffee border to highlight it. The dress Kurti design is styled uniquely with a large U-cut in the front to make you look stunningly beautiful. Minimal jewellery and box heeled chappals will go well with this outfit.

  • Fabric: Cotton
  • Body Type: Tall women with thin to petite body
  • Occasion: Festivals
  • Style Tip: Wear heels with heavy neckpiece to enhance beauty.

16. Zigzag Kurti with Long Skirt:

This is a stylish kurta with a long, floor-grazing skirt to give you a close ethnic look. This differently styled long kurta and dress gives you a Princess like appearance. There is a flare kind of cut and design at the end of kurta, with asymmetric length surrounded it. This ladies skirt Kurti gathers and floats making you glide along.

  • Fabric: Cotton silk and linen
  • Body Type: Thin to medium women
  • Occasion: Weddings
  • Style Tip: Keep accessories minimal as the kurta skirt is quite trendy in look.

17. White and Gray Kurta with Flare Bottom Skirt:

This skirt Kurti style dress has become a popular and most wanted outfit among teenagers. It is rich-looking and, at the same time, effortless. Youngsters are crazy for this flared skirt style teamed with a Straight cut kurta and mojaris. This combination makes you look unique and magnificent with just a dot of a black bindi on your forehead and a pair of oxidized jhumkas.

  • Fabric: Cotton
  • Body Type: Tall and medium curvy women
  • Occasion: Parties
  • Style Tip: Keep it vintage and modern with oxidized jewellery.

18. Red Kurti with Off-white Skirt:

Set the festive season on fire with this blazing red Kurti and Off-white long skirt. The Kurta is printed with gold foil print that has an enticing look. The Off-white skirt is printed with gold leaf print and so is the dupatta. The contrasting colour combination matched with golden heels, balis and bangles will make you look dazzling.

  • Fabric: Cotton
  • Body Type: Any body type
  • Occasion: Festivals
  • Style Tip: Keep the look ethnic, given the style of Kurti dress. Pearl and gold accessories can suit best.

19. Yellow and Beige Kurta and Skirt Set:

This long kurta is of Raw Silk material and the skirt of Silk. This sensational kurta skirt dress has a unique beaded round neck. The hemline is finished with a yellow and brown piping border. The yellow silk skirt with Kurti has an appliqued border. It is also attached with a brown coloured net frill. High heeled studded sandals and chandelier earrings are all that is needed to make you step out in style as a woman of class and taste.

  • Fabric: Cotton, silk, and net
  • Body Type: Thin and petite women only
  • Occasion: Receptions
  • Style Tip: Heavy earrings and hand accessories can do magic here.

20. Chanderi Silk Skirt and Short Kurti:

The Skirt and short Kurti is made of Chanderi silk material. The Kurti Gotapatti and pearl work done on the hemline and neck as well. Small floral gotas are all over the Kurti, and it has short sleeves with a golden lace attached to it. This new style Kurti with skirt is paired with a white chanderi skirt which is adorned with hand-blocked floral print and the flare of the skirt has gota work done to give it a traditional look.

  • Fabric: Cotton
  • Body Type: Short women
  • Occasion: Festivals, wedding pre ceremonies
  • Style Tip: Nice bangles and hand accessories can work best here.

See More: Kurti with Jeans

21. Orange and white Kurta Skirt:

An amazing Orange Kurta with a white skirt. Both kurta and skirt designs are simple without any designs for a casual look. The kurta is sleeveless and is asymmetrical. The skirt is long and has gathered to give it flare. Wearing this skirt and Kurti design with white high heeled sandals and minimal jewellery to rock your get together and kitty parties.

  • Fabric: Cotton
  • Body Type: Thin to medium
  • Occasion: Casual parties and gatherings
  • Style Tip: Keep it simple, with minimal accessories.

22. Pink Pearl Embroidered Short Kurta and Skirt Set:

This exquisite short pink Kurti with skirt design comes in a cotton base. This was printed motifs all over – front as well as back. It has a simple round neck that trails into a long placket lined with golden buttons. It has three-fourth sleeves. The neckline, hemline, and the sleeves have piping of golden gota lace making it look neat and chic. The skirt pairing is made from chanderi silk and is flared. These latest skirt Kurti designs are effortless but look luxurious and elegant on wearing.

  • Fabric: Cotton and silk
  • Body Type: Anybody size
  • Occasion: Parties
  • Style Tip: Pearl and oxidized necklace or earrings can do magic here.

See More: Latest Kurta With Waistcoat

23. Peach Kurta And Ankle Length Skirt:

The skirt is ankle length and has a floral print. The kurta is plain and sleeveless with a simple square neck. The dupatta matches the skirt. The material is smooth, silky, and easy to manage. This design of Kurti with a skirt can be worn as casual wear or official functions. It looks elegant, comfortable and youthful to everyone who wears the same.

  • Fabric: Cotton silk
  • Body Type: Thin and curvy women
  • Occasion: Silk cotton
  • Style Tip: High heels, loose hair, and simple hand accessories can match in this style.

24. Anarkali Kurti With Flared Skirt:

This outfit interprets ethnic glamour as well as a contemporary style. The Anarkali styled kurta has a geometric print. It has a knotting style with tassels, pompoms and beads. This skirt is of ankle length and heavily flared. The skirt also has a knotting style on the left crafted with tassels, beads and pompoms matching the kurta. The skirt kurta design dress is comfortable as it is made of polyester material.

  • Fabric: Polyester
  • Body Type: Thin to plus size, anyone
  • Occasion: Parties, festivals
  • Style Tip: Bangles and earrings would do here, given the full neck style variant here.

See More: Long Kurta With Leggings

25. Banarasi Cut-Work Cape With Kurta & Skirt:

This dress is of Red and White Kurta is of Banarasi material, and the skirt is of Chanderi fabric. The white Kurta has a cut-work jacket of red colour. The jacket has a knot style that has golden latkans to enhance its beauty. It has designs inspired by Mughal artwork like – floral and foliate motifs, kalga and bel. This dress highlights your elegance.

  • Fabric: Cotton
  • Body Type: Thin to medium women, short to tall, anyone can try this
  • Occasion: Festivals, pre-wedding ceremonies
  • Style Tip: Sandals and gold accessories are good here.

Styling Tips for Kurtis with Skirts:

It is not just about wearing fashionable statement clothes, flaunting them right also is an art.

  • Heavy and festive clothes require minimal accessorizing. If you have heavy Kurti, then wear lovely earrings and heels.
  • On the other hand, for festive occasions, if you have a simple garment, wear heavy accessories and jewellery.
  • Kurti with skirt dresses can be best only with heels, sandals, and jhuttis.
  • Loose hair or half up and half down hairstyle can be best with most of these styles.

While the all-new designs of kurtas with skirts are the talk of the fashion town, it is vital that one chooses the right fit, design and flare as per preferences, personality and body type. They can be best worn for simple functions to festivities, yet manages to make oneself appear elegant and trendy. Try out today and tell us how you liked them!


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