I am so sure everyone forgets to wear Indian in winters except for all the fancy wedding outfits. Looking upto all the bomber and leather jackets, quintessentially looking forward to look a lil different, everyday, I ended up doing more on Indian this winter as an everyday thing. I took a very basic kurta and this was absolutely not a cheat, cause I can literally do 10 more looks in this itself. But before that I’d like to break some major kurta myths.

1. Kurta needs to be well fitted – For that matter nothing needs to be in a proper shape till the outfit is an entirety. Any fit can be pulled off in anyway if you know how to manage your silhouette as a whole.

2. Kurtas are suppose to be worn as an Indian outfit – Absolutely not, like I would wear one as a dress, and you wouldn’t know it was a kurta, or the other way around too.

3. Kurtas can’t be pulled off formally -LOL

4. No myths at all to be considered here, even if you see something unnatural.


Keeping it classy, I wore a golden sequins saree blouse over the kurta teaming it up with bell bottoms. Had to add some red fosho, and the heels just give this a more formal look. You can always do more color variations, when you have such a basic thing to play with.


Exactly why I had to mention myth no. 2 and 4
Athleisure, but not really. I had to shoot this one, because its just too loud and me. Pull over a cardigan or anything and I so cannot forget the leg warmers. You definitely cannot wear a kurta only in an Indian way.


The last one being my favourite like always, made the best silhouette play. The skirt just adds more volume, the belt simply defines the waist and the kundan earrings gives the outfit a perfect desi feel cause jhumkis are so mainstraim. I was not afraid to try these sneaker wedges because kolhapuris anyway won’t help you keep warm!

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This was it for today and all the basic kurta musing from Rangmanch at Pantaloons!
I hope you find this one helpful and don’t forget to let me know in the comments section on my Instagram handle.

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