5 Kurta Pyjama Styles to Amp Up Your Ethnic Look

A kurta pyjama is the most loved outfit universally. And what’s there not to love? It is a go-to outfit for most of the women as it is comfortable, can be worn by women of all age groups, irrespective of occasions and is a great ethnic wear alternative to a sari.

Kurta pyjamas are practical yet stylish and can be worn and styled in many ways. Be it with accessories or makeup or styling it differently with a dupatta or a scarf. There is no wrong way to wear a kurta pyjama set. The versatility of this outfit is that it can be worn to weddings and festivals but also to work and a relaxing day at home.  

So if you are looking for some novel options and ideas to add the glam factor to the festive season of the year, Zola’s luxurious collection and the ease of online shopping can help you get the best of choices even in the last minute rush. 

Kurta pajama collection right, from elegant embroidery to chic sequined beauties, we have everything to fulfill your ethnic dreams. Here are our top 5 picks that will add the jazz to your dazzling evenings.  

The year’s biggest celebrations are around the corner, and that means you must be doing some last-minute online shopping for women for ethnic wear for women and kurta for women . Don’t worry, ZOLA is your one-stop destination for womens Indian wear essentials to ensure that you are the talk of the town this season. With a wide range Indian ethnic dresses and a versatile variety of ethnic kurta and other womenswear, here’s a quick peek into all the 5 kurta pyjama styles to help you sparkle like a superstar at all your occasions.

Churidar – kurta

Churidars are one of the most eclectic options  one can have in their wardrobe as they are tried and tested and loved by all. In the current day and age, as fashion and trends keep changing, a churidar kurta has made its place as a staple and a go-to outfit for most women. 

Their fluidity, ease of movement and of course the elegant style makes them a go-to pick for all events, functions and social gatherings. The best part? They style and comfort combination of these attires empower you to be the star of the evening on those mehndi nights 

Elevate your churidaar look with ornate jewelry and some high-bling juttis. You can wear statement earrings to complement the attire without overpowering the whole look. 



 

Palazzo – kurta

Palazzos are ruling the charts right now. We can vouch that every woman swears by them and would have them in their closets. They are in-trend (and always will be!) and super versatile. There are a zillion ways one could style them and that’s what makes them a wardrobe must – have.

Amp up your style quotient by wearing them with long kurtas, short kurtas, with dupattas or without; you just cannot go wrong with them. A palazzo is the only garment that can be teamed up with shirts and tank tops. Another reason why you should own a palazzo!

 

 

Pant suit

Whatever the occasion, a kurta – pants is the most elegant ethnic garment that will make you look like a million bucks without going overboard. You can don a simple cotton pant kurta for a relaxing day at home or for a casual outing with friends and family, a bright coloured set to a party or a chic silk or rich cotton set to an engagement or a wedding.  

The beauty of any pyjama kurta is its versatility. For instance, a pant can be long or short and can be paired with a kurta of any silhouette. Throw in some heavy jewellery and sky-high heels and you are ready for an elite party. Don’t forget to wear your comfy juttis if you are dancing the night away!

 

Sharara

Inspired by the 70’s and the 80’s Bollywood, shararas have made a comeback and how! They are comfortable and chic as they give an illusion of a lehenga and can be paired with a long or short kurta. You can also wear it with an angrakha kurta and look and feel like royalty.

This dressy, flowy and utterly feminine outfit is perfect for a wedding or for festivals. A sharara is a heavily gathered, flared, wide legged pant thus making it a perfect outfit for any other formal engagement. Fuss-free and fashionable, shararas make a perfect choice for any festivities.

 

 

Dhoti pants – Kurta

This modern and eclectic style is a definite must-have as it is the best thing to happen to the classic kurta pyjama. It is a bold, fun and a funky twist to the garment and is an ideal for fun parties and festivals.

If you haven’t tried this style before, now is the good time to experiment with it. It is usually worn with a short kurti but you can go all out and pair it with a short angrakha. Style it up with lots of silver jewellery and flats and raise up your glam quotient.

When styled properly, subtle can be sterling. Shine in this cream ethnic wear kurta set with gota patti work & sequins  by zola, styled with gold and metal accessories, and chic heels, to witness ethnic wear magic.

As we ring in the new year, we also ring in new and elegant designs in a beautiful colour palette curated just for you. Trust Zola Fashions to get your shopping list sorted!

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