The quintessential kurta is a must-have for every Indian woman out there. It can be dressed up or down depending on
the occasion and scores high on comfort. While all the prints and silhouettes can overwhelm
you picking a kurta that’s apt for your body shape can do the trick! If you have full, curvy hips and a slender torso – you’re a pear shape The key to picking the right kurta for this body type is to draw attention to the torso and away from the hips. Fun colours are a great way of highlighting the upper body. Prints and bright colours are ideal for the
kurta. For the bottom – keep it skinny! Avoid keeping the length too short mid length kurtas are perfect! Next comes the apple body shape characterized by a full torso and slender legs. The neckline is very important when picking
your kurta. V-necks create a vertical line that breaks the attention from the chest area. Adding a dupatta or stole to the look worn sideways will further create a vertical illusion for the top half. Make sure the fabrics are soft so that they don’t stick to your body or create unnecessary structure. Mid-length kurtas and short kurtas show off your slender legs. Pair with skinny jeans or leggings to attract attention to the legs. An hourglass figure is characterized by a slender waist and wider chest & hips. An anarkali kurta works perfectly to accentuate
the hourglass. Stick to cinched and well fitted outfits for the most flattering results. Stay away from loose fitting kurtas. If you do have some lying around simply use a belt to cinch at the waist to draw attention. Flaunt your curves and your slim waist with
these kurta styles. The rectangular body shape is characterized by a fairly straight silhouette. The trick here is to create curves. An empire line kurta works best for this body type. Yokes and panels are something you could experiment with to create curves. If you have broad shoulders and slender legs you are an Inverted Triangle Body Type. The goal here is to balance out the extra
weight in your shoulders by drawing more attention to your bottom half. Opt for kurtas with a high and low pattern they create a flare around your feet balancing out your shape. Anarkali Kurtas that highlight the waist with a flowy bottom will create proportionate curves. Use these styles to create shapes and a balanced silhouette in your outfit. These tips will ensure you walk out in a perfectly styled Kurta everytime, so go ahead and flatter your body shape! Until next time, stay tuned and stay Glamrs.