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10 OTT Indo-western Kurti Patterns That Are Absolutely Viral

Do you dream about wearing an Indo-western dress instead of a traditional one? If yes, you are going to love the latest Indo-western Kurti pattern designs we have in store for you!


Not everyone is crazy over ethnic outfits that dominate an Indian wedding. It is a misconception that only bridal sarees and bridal lehengas celebrate Indian tradition, which is so not true! If you want, you can easily wear Indo-western outfits that have a more Indian touch, be it in embroidery or type of outfit. To make you a believer, we have selected some beautiful Indo-western kurti pattern designs that will compel you to the other side!

Also for those who love wearing Indo-western suits, you have to check out these latest Indo-western kurti pattern images that are killing it in 2019!

Asymmetrical kurti pattern

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The first Indo-western kurti pattern is an asymmetric design with golden block printing. We love the one-shoulder detail with full designer sleeves, and if you want, you can customise it with spaghetti straps as well. We would suggest that while styling this, go for either a skirt or loose palazzo that looks like a skirt with many Kalis.

Loose kaftan

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Kaftan is a type of kurti hailing from the Himalayas. It was made with wool to save women from the chilly weather. Nowadays, it has become a fashion statement. There is no shape to the kurti, but it still looks uber chic. If you want to give this Indo-western kurti pattern a try, we are totally on board!

Wrap Around Kurti

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This is as ethnic as your info western kurti pattern will get. Totally a Gujarati style, this wrap around kurti is perfect for your wedding. What makes it more Indo-western is the maxi dress style of this image. You can also pair a matching dupatta with this kurti without any trousers. The tassels are also an optional detail in this style.

Contemporary High Low Kurti

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Now, if your style metre leans towards contemporary patterns rather than Indian, we say surprise everyone with an Indo-western kurti pattern like this one with dhoti pants. As they say suit ka suit, style ka style! Keeping aside the print, we love the high low hem of this kurti and how can we forget the layers! If you want to try something stylish, this is one you can start with.

Long kurti With Balloon Sleeves

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We also have some ideas up our sleeves, which you can use to add a modern twist to your Indo-western kurti pattern. Why settle for simple and subtle, when you can take your look up another notch with just getting balloon saloons instead of simple sleeves. You can pair this with palazzo pants, a skirt or a dhoti.

Kurti With Jacket

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If you are planning to wear a Sharara set, you can add a little Indo-western touch by replacing a dupatta with a jacket in a contrasting colour. Instead of a traditional look, this becomes an Indo-western one. Stack up metal bangles in one hand in the same colour as your jacket. This will tie up your look perfectly. To add even more colour, you can carry a bag in the same colour.

Short Kurti With Spaghetti Straps

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We vote this look for friends to wear on a mehndi or Haldi ceremony. The print of this kurti is casual. Not only that, the belt gives it a beachy vibe. If you are not comfortable in the spaghetti straps, you can also opt for three fourth length sleeves. While in the image, the kurti is paired with a Sharara style palazzo, we think it would look better with a dhoti style trouser.

Long Kurti With Front Slit

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Pre-wedding shoots have become a wedding tradition that are not going anywhere. Brides usually go on full-on desi wearing a saree or Videshi in a dress. We say go with an Indo-western kurti set where you can look like the perfect amalgamation of both the worlds. We love this long kurti with a front slit from the waist. You can keep it casual with a pair of jeans and pumps or wear a skirt under, it is totally up to you!

Western Kurti With a Net Attachment


Want to make everyone feel in awe of you and your dress? We recommend going with a designer Indo-western dress to look one of a kind, just like this outfit. The Indo-western kurti pattern is one of our favourites. We love that it looks like a blouse from the front but has a net attachment paired with wide-leg pants.

Floor-length Anarkali With a Front Slit


We thought we should end with a traditional Indo-western kurti pattern, we are Indian after all. Our love for traditional outfits is endless and we are proud of that. This is a raw silk kurti with a front slit, quite similar to long kurti with front slit.

We hope you liked all our picks for Indo-western kurtis. You will definitely find something, made just for you! If you find the perfect match for you, tell us in the comments below!

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