Exude Sophistication in Short Kurtis from BIBA
Widely regarded as a cross between the Western short top and the Indian long kurta, kurtis are enormously popular among urban Indian women of today. This rather graceful sartorial innovation is admired for its smartness, comfort, and ability to be teamed with various kinds of bottom-wear. Given the enduring love for kurtis, BIBA presents its latest collection of short kurtis that brings out the best of this humble yet much-adored piece of clothing.
BIBA’s New Arrival Mix and Match short kurtis for women are available in sizes ranging from 32-46. The overall appearance of an outfit largely depends on its fit. BIBA offers its latest collection of short kurtis in three fits - asymmetric, flared, and straight. While flared and straight fits embody elegance, asymmetric fits are imbued with quirkiness. In the category of sleeve styles, the options offered are full, three quarter, and raglan sleeves. Full and three quarter sleeves have always been popular on kurtis. However, one can find a streak of originality here in the form of raglan sleeves.
Necklines too, like sleeve styles, are a minor yet significant design element of any outfit. BIBA’s latest collection of short kurtis features three distinct kinds of necklines - band collar, collar neck, and round neck. The kurtis are available in both solid and printed fabric designs. BIBA’s fresh range of short kurtis is available in pleasant, understated colours such as beige, grey, and rose pink. These colours render the kurtis suitable for the balmy spring and autumn seasons as well as the sweltering summers and monsoons.
Styling kurtis calls for a rich imagination. Be it denims, capris, Palazzo pants, Patiala salwars, or straight trousers - kurtis look great in combination with anything. For a quintessentially ethnic look, pair a short kurti with a pair of Patiala salwars. Wear jhumkas with colourful stones and lots of colourful bangles. Top up this deliciously bright look with thong sandals and a patchwork Jhola bag. For a hip Indo-Western look, pair one of these kurtis with flared palazzos. Wear large hoop earrings, slip into a pair of open-toe ankle-strap sandals, carry a graphic print tote bag and you’re good to go.
Superior quality and attention to fine, aesthetic details has given every kurti in this collection an exclusive look and feel. Though kurtis themselves are typically considered informal attire, BIBA’s New Arrival Mix and Match designer short kurtis will make you appear every bit as suave and sophisticated as other garments considered more formal.