Salwar Kameez are super traditional, jeans and tops are casual, but if you’re in the mood (or the occasion calls) for something semi-formal, kurtis are the way to go. Kurtis are so versatile – you can pair them with jeans, palazzos or a nice flowy skirt and accessorize them with long traditional earrings or a simple bracelet, and you’re all Indian chic! Check out below for the Best Kurti brands in India:
Top Kurti Brands in India 2020
Biba reminds me of grandeur and extravagance. The designs and fabric of Biba kurtis are mostly traditional, a good match with Indian skirts and pyjamas. My wardrobe always has a set of Biba Kurtis that I wear when I’m in the mood for really dressing up or when it’s a traditional party or event that I’m attending.
But, Biba does have everyday wear too, with simpler designs in good quality cotton fabrics. I like the fact that Biba kurtis come in 5 sizes, ranging from a size S in 32 right upto 2XL in 42. You do need to take some care handling Biba clothes as most of them need to be hand washed.
I like the simple and neat designs by Aurelia. Most of these kurtis are machine washable and only require a light iron, which makes them perfect for everyday office wear or college wear. Aurelia kurtis come in some modern patterns, including geometrics that are quite interesting.
They go well with jeans and capri pants, but can also be paired with palazzos and skirts.
The traditional print kurtis can be teamed with a pair of pyjamas and a dupatta for a more formal look.
Aurelia kurtis are affordably priced.
W for Woman
W for Woman has always made clothes that are trendy, but elegant. The kurtis come in about 6 different sizes, starting from a US size 6 and going upwards.
While there are plenty to choose from in the modern, non-conventional range, there are also loads of traditional patterned kurtis that you can wear with a salwar or palazzos.
These kurtis come mostly in rayon and soft synthetic mixed fabrics that are easy to wash and don’t really require to be ironed.
They are priced in the higher range but they are durable and don’t fade for a really long time.
For some lovely and trendy chikankari worked cotton and polycot kurtis, check out Haniya.
This is a brand that is not advertised as many other Indian kurti brands and may not be as popular, but is definitely worth checking out if you like embroidered clothes.
These kurtis are mostly short in length and look very nice when you wear them with jeans for work or for a casual evening out.
The kurtis are available in 6 sizes to fit most Indian women.
They do run a bit large in size, so make sure you check the sizing chart before you order.
I don’t think you can ever go wrong wearing a FabIndia kurti.
These kurtis are made from pure cotton or silk and are classy no matter what you pair them with. There are several choices in the range of kurtis that you can wear for a regular office day or for a festive event. I especially like the collection of A-line and straight kurtis which are slimming.
Anarkali cuts are something I prefer for occasions like a baby shower or house warming as these can be worn with a silk pyjama from the brand.
Global Desi is the best of two worlds – east meets west, with a range of kurtis that are fashionable and modern, with a touch on Indianness.
Check out Global Desi’s kurtis with high-low hemlines that the brand is popular for.
The kurtis are made from a blend of cotton and high quality synthetic that makes these durable and gives them a premium finish.
However, some of these clothes need additional care as they may not be machine washable. Global Desi kurtis come in 5 different sizes and are priced in the medium to high range.
Soch has established itself as a premium brand for ethnic party wear in India, but you will be surprised at the collection under regular wear as well.
The kurtis by Soch are made from high quality printed cotton that is super soft on the body. These come in neat prints and are apt for the working woman.
There are some options for festive wear as well.
The kurtis come in about 7 sizes, which is the widest range offered by any Indian clothing brand. These kurtis are high maintenance, with most of them requiring a dry clean.
Ayukta is a brand that has more of an online presence and is priced very affordably. Ayukta has a range of A-line and straight kurtis that make for good college wear.
These come in different lengths, have banded collars and 3/4th sleeves, are designed to be paired with jeans, leggings or salwars and are very comfortable when worn the whole day. Made from cotton, these kurtis are low maintenance.
They can be machine washed but need to be ironed. Ayukta kurtis come in 6 different sizes to fit most Indian women.
Rangmanch is by Pantaloons, the popular clothing brand in India. Rangmanch has a big collection of ethnic kurtis with a few western inspired ones.
The kurtis are made from synthetic or cotton fabrics and go fabulously well with any churidar or salwar.
These are perfect for a festival or traditional event, with just some simple accessories.
I really like the colours Rangmanch kurtis come in, especially the pastels like shades of mint and lemon. If you love jewel colours, you do have kurtis in those too.
These clothes, like most Pantaloons’ apparel are affordably priced and low maintenance.
Straight from the state of Rajasthan, comes Jaipur, a brand that sells cotton and synthetic kurtis in prints that are ethnic, modern and indo-western. In lots of different colours, various prints and some lovely cuts, these kurtis are sure to appeal to every woman.
What’s even more likeable about Jaipur is that these are priced affordably.
Though the label mentions that most of these clothes have to be hand washed, the fabric is quite durable and can be run in the machine on the gentle cycle with similar colours.
There are 5 sizes and these kurtis are tailored true to size.
When I was in college, Max was my go-to brand. I’m sure I spent almost all of my pocket money allowance shopping for Max kurtis, and can you blame me? Max kurtis are very comfortable for daily wear, they come in really nice prints and patterns and are super affordable. Max has maintained the quality through the years, which I am glad to see.
The clothes are machine washable and low maintenance.
Do take a look at Max’s festive collection of kurtis as well as the fusion range for some exclusive apparel.
Label by Ritu Kumar
The designer brand, Label by Ritu Kumar is one of a kind, and that’s what you’re paying for. The kurtis come in all lengths and are uber stylish, made from fabrics that skim your body.
Pure luxury! As you can expect, these clothes don’t come cheap, and most of them require a lot of care, but there are some kurtis that can be machine washed too.
The short kurtis can be paired with trousers or jeans, and even go well with palazzos or skirts.
You can get creative with the longer kurtis and wear them as dresses or team them with leggings.
Yash Gallery is a lesser known brand in India, but it definitely deserves mention for the range of affordably priced kurtis it carries.
These kurtis can be teamed with leggings or pyjamas and are perfect for daily rough wear for the young office go-er or college girl.
Made out of good quality cotton, these can be machine washed and need to be ironed.
Yash Gallery has a huge range of kalamkari printed kurtis in A-line, straight and anarkali cuts that are very attractive.
Myx is a brand by Amazon, and keeping up with the ecommerce giant’s reputation, Myx is good quality at low prices. I love Myx kurtis for the patterns and colour choices, not to mention the affordable price.
The brand carries a wide range of kurtis in A-line and straight cuts with various hem lengths, each one versatile enough to be paired with the bottom of your choice.
Most of the kurtis are made from durable and long lasting fabrics like cotton and rayon.
Just because you want to go low budget, it does not mean that you have to compromise on style and quality.
Vaamsi is proof of that. This clothing brand for women does not have a wide range, but the choices for kurtis are pretty decent to pick from.
The printed kurtis come in either cotton or synthetic polyester crepe and make good outfits for daily wear.
They come in 7 different sizes and are machine washable, not requiring an iron.
The fabric is soft and comfortable on the body, especially during the cooler months of the year.
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