OOTD: Collared Kurta with Asymmetric Hemline from Wishful,W for Woman

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[dropcap]W[/dropcap]hat’s new and in-vogue this upcoming fashion season in Indian traditional wear is the collared indo-western flared kurta and the very trend has arrived from across the borders. It’s an ethnic trend that infuses style with tradition in which you could still look sassy without much skin show. The anarkali style salwar kameez has been existing in the Indian fashion scenario for the last 4, 5 years and has now reached its triumph because of its equally grand and gorgeous, royal and regal appeal, as compared to the other traditional wear.

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However, sarees and lehengas are quite fussy, as draping them incorporates too much time and discomfort. On the contrary, this indo-western flared kurta is easy to slip in and easy to carry on, simultaneously. They provide the comfort & class of western wear merged with the grandeur & flair of Indian ethnic tradition. Being the figure hugging yet flowing silhouette, it not only accentuates a woman’s curves but also hides her flaws.

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This ethnic yet modern outfit with a fitted bodice and an attached flared skirt has got an extra dose of class when designed with a Chinese/Mandarin collar for a chic style, and has even got an added formal appeal about it. This umpire cut collared kurta provides the same flare and fit of traditional wear while adding a dash of class and a hint of attitude as well, which makes them versatile pieces of clothing to be adorned on any occasion be it a Puja or a party, a wedding reception or a cocktail confession.

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Moreover, the touch of oriental collar with a traditional Indian cut and an extravagant flare has made them every young girl’s inevitable fantasy. Also, it adds a pinch of power dressing to a woman’s persona thereby creating an impact of wide shoulders and an elongated neck that is able enough to add the correct poise, posture and sophistication to her personality.

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Inspired from ‘Pakistani lawn suits’, this delectable ensemble derived from the bygone era of the Mughals with a touch of modern chic, has got both the fit and flare. So, it celebrates sheer feminism and elaborates the Indian craftsmanship with its elongated asymmetric hemlines, intricate embroidery and power-packed charm.

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It’s absolutely impeccable attire which brings out the true spirit of Indian womanhood which is demure yet bold, traditional yet modern and understated yet provocative. Designed with a flair and tailored with precision, this ‘Ready and Willing’ kurta from [highlight]Wishful[/highlight] (W for Woman) is guaranteed to satisfy the woman in you; this trend is surely gonna stay round the fashion circuit for a pretty long time! 🙂

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#OOTD Details

Kurta: Wishful from W for Woman

Churidar: W for Woman

Earrings: ESA, Vintage Desi

Brass Bangles: Colaba Causeway, Mumbai

Clutch bag: Satya Paul 

Watch: Anne Klein

Pumps: Inch 5 Shoes 

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  • you love modeling, don’t you… my pretty little girl 🙂 muaah

  • Looking Gorgeous Maitreni.:)

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  • I was away for a long vacation and I understand I was being missed here 🙂 am back…and with a wow…it looks awesome on you. Its a great combination of style and keeping the ethnic touch intact 🙂 Loved it

    • Hope you had a great time Shweta. A warm welcome back to TSS. 🙂 We actually missed you. <3 Thanks for the appreciation! 🙂

  • Your pictures add to the glamor of the combination 🙂

  • Meera

    Lovely outfit. I love asymmetric kurtas. You look pretty in it 🙂
    A Rat’s​ ​Nibble

  • Priyanka Kumari
  • I love asymmetrical hemline kurtis ! they are the new age fashion trendy dresses ! Plus this kurti from W is drool only ^_^ You look elegant and I completely agree that kurtis are so much high on comfort and style when compared to skirts and sarees!

    • Thanks a bunch dear Najm. I’m so glad you liked the style plus me. 😉 XOXO <3

  • You look lovely as usual. Lovely colour combo, too.

  • Leena Walawalkar

    Lovely pictures Maitreni, as always 🙂

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    • Thanks a lot Leena. 🙂 Sure, I’d definitely check out your post! Cheers!

  • findingnimi

    Color combination is great , and style is awsome. lookig forrward fr more such posts 🙂

    • Thank you so much. Glad you liked it. 🙂 A warm welcome to TSS!

  • Chaitali Bhattacharjee

    Beautiful cut…traditional as well as sassy look..looks great on you.

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  • Purba Chakraborty

    This attire is really amazing. Thanks for bringing it to our notice.
    And you look gorgeous in it, dear 🙂

  • you are looking very good…..

  • You are looking gorgeous.

  • Anjali Sengar

    This kurta is killer & so you dear 🙂 Lovely OOTD

  • To be honest, I didn’t read the text part.
    Text is ignored when visual is sensational. 😛
    You are ravishing..
    your candid shots are always special..
    Great outfit and background..
    I can’t describe everyphoto but yes.. the second last is my most favourite..

    • Hahaha.. well said Yogesh :-P. Well, I’m really glad you noticed everything so minutely and liked it. Thanks a ton. 😀

  • Simply ravishing OOTD post Maitreni 🙂 The background in each pic suited very well and added more attraction. And your ‘waterfall like hair’ gave all the charming look. Fantastic post as always.

    • Thank you so much Prasanna. I’m really glad you liked the post and noticed such minute details about it. 🙂