Kurtis are one of the most comfortable ethnic garments. No matter what your body type is or whatever bottom you choose to wear, in a kurti you can never go out of trend. However, in this challenging era of fashion where there is a lot of competition in the same style, a slit kurti will help you flaunt a style beyond the regularity!
Slit kurtis have made a popular spot in India’s ethnic fashion. For decades, slits were given to a kurti to add an element of comfort and make it easy to move around in the garment. Apparently, side slits were the only form of slits preferred for traditional kurtis. Thanks to the innovative fashion designers of today who have fashioned this simple element into a completely new statement and made kurtis a modern ethnic wear.
Check out our latest slit kurti collections by TheHLabel – an ageless style that can be worn by women of all ages!
Kurti with Multiple Slits
A multiple slit kurti is styled with 2-3 slits on either its front or back. These slits are often embellished with sequin or beautified with embroidery, depending upon the style of the kurti.
This Beige Tunic with Front Slits & Cascade sleeves is a perfect pick if you’re looking for a simple kurti with multiple slits. Made from the crepe cloth, this kurti is comfortable and can be worn for long hours on special occasions. Besides its multiple sleeves, this kurti draws a uniqueness from its cascade sleeves with tie & dye details. You can pair this kurti with black denim and accessorize the look with stud earrings.
Psuedo Cut Shirt
This style is one of the trendiest ongoing styles in slit kurtis. The kurtis of this style are usually plain with row buttons similar to a shirt. The slit varies depending upon the number of buttons you prefer on the shirt. To style your kurti in the sassiest way, designers recommend to go for 10-12 buttons in a row.
This Red & Orange Block Print Kurti not only has slit below its button row but also on its back. Made with a rich kora chanderi fabric, this kurti is a great party wear outfit. You can pair this kurti with either denim or straight parts and wear temple jewellery for a matchless look.
North East Cut
This style takes its inspiration from the western slit skirts and maxi dresses. A northeast cut kurti is preferably worn as a party dress, paired with satin cigarette pants or leggings.
This Pista Green Tunic is a party wear kurti with cupcake motifs on its front bodice. These motifs are embellished with cutdana, pearls and thread embroidery.
Wear this kurti with pants and accessorize the look with pearl danglers.