Different kinds of Bottoms: 1) Palazzos: They have been a big hit among women. Even long kurtis can be paired up with these for classy look. Printed Palazzos look great with kurtis of solid colours. 2) Flared skirts: Skirts have lately become pretty popular bottom pair with kurtis. Added with a stole of crushed fabric, they give a classic casual look. 3) Flared Vulottes: These look like divided skirt and are very comfortable. They come in different styles of printed, plain and crinkled. You can wear them with all kind of kurtis. 4) Straight Pants: These come in different kinds of fabrics and in varied styles and designs. You can wear them with mid length kurtis and also short kurtis. They usually give you a formal look.
Different Kinds of accessories: 1) Scarves or stoles add sophistication to the traditional look. 2) Added appropriate jewellery adds to the look. But it is important that you choose junk kinds of jewellery for formal and traditional jewellery for traditional look. 3) Bangles add to the Indian look while you can wear bracelet or watch for western look. 4) Flats or heel sandals goes well with any kind of look. Tips for wearing kurti: 1) Long kurtis look good with skin hugging bottoms and not the loose ones. So, wear them with skin tight jeans, leggings and trousers. 2) Short and waist length kurtis look good with boot-cut pants, flared skirts, palazzos, etc.
3) Embroidered kurtis goes best with leggings, churidars and salwars. 4) Embellished kurtis should be worn with plain churidars, leggings and jeggings. 5) Use contrast colours. Wear light coloured kurti over dark coloured bottom and dark coloured kurti with light coloured bottom. 6) Pair short kurtis with skirt. Avoid wearing long ones with them. Embellished kurtis look good with skirts. 7) Carry scarf or stole when wearing kurti with skirt. It will give you a rich style. 8) Wear high heels with gown kurtia and anarkarli.
Flats go well with tight jeans and kurti. Difference between kurti and kurta: Short ones are called kurtis and the ones that go all the way to calf are called kurta and are worn by both men and women. Kurtas are very popular in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh and are worn with dhotis, paijamis, lungis and salwars.