Tunics or the Indian Kurtis, as otherwise referred to, is primarily regarded as a casual wear outfit. It is often associated with college-goers primarily because of the convenience and the comfort it offers. It has, occasionally, evolved as the most popular outfit among college girls. Such casual wear Kurtis are usually made of cotton or linen, keeping in mind the hot and sultry Indian climate. While printed cotton Kurtis are the best option and a favorite among the college crowd, those featuring minimal embroidery or sari patches are not far behind in the favorite list.
But then again, it would be wrong to conclude that Salwars are mean strictly as casual wear outfits. Beautiful Designer Kurtis with their chic appeal make the perfect Party Wear outfits for formal or semi-formal gatherings. These Party Wear Kurtis are usually in soft and flowing fabrics such as chiffon, Georgette, viscose, net, etc. When it comes to Party Wear Kurtis, printed Kurtis do not make last impressions. Rather, plain monotone Kurtis featuring interesting neckline that flaunts intricate detailing make impressive style statements. Plain Kurtis with elaborately embellished necklines or hem with stones, kundans, beads, sequins, bugle beads, etc do not fail to fetch few glances.
Alternately, in few such Party Wear Salwars the neckline is kept plain but a bold embellished motif on one side or small embellished motifs through its enhance its beauty. These Party Wear Kurtis when coupled with a pair of denim jeans or trousers not only look fabulous but also add a touch of casual chic style to the supposedly formal ensemble. Since fabrics like Georgette, chiffon, net, etc tend to be diaphanous by nature, it is suggested that a camisole should be worn underneath for a decent and sober look. Apart from reasons of decency, a matching camisole underneath creates a tile layered effect, especially with those salwars featuring a plunging neckline, which enhances the stylish appeal of these Wear Kurtis.