The Kurta is an outfit that has stretched beyond and has evolved down the ages to suit the ever-changing demands. A long top, generally of knee-length, paired with Salwar or Churidar and Dupatta is what comprises the Salwar-Kurti-Dupatta get-up. When one thinks of the Kurti, one thinks comfort. The high comfort factor is what makes the Kurti a form of clothing loved by all. The Kurti is a versatile piece of clothing that can be made in order to adapt to any season or occasion. During the harsh Indian summers, Cotton kurtis are in everyone’s ‘to get and wear’ list due to its effortless style and comfort level. In a similar way, Woolen kurtas are also worn during winters. Tjori’s collection represents the true Indian beauty, our contemporary kurtas can be paired up with comfortable bottom wear such as palazzos, trousers, churidars and even skirts.
Mischievous Yellow Kota Kurta
Tjori has got its beautiful – Mischievous Yellow Kota Kurta. This summer yellow cotton kurta has front placket and coconut wooden shell buttons. It is fully sleeved with a Nehru collar, giving it a trendy summer touch. It has been crafted in Kota. Kota Doria is an age-old Indian textile produced in the Kota district of Rajasthan. The Doria or threads are finely interweaved to make khat-like check patterns. Its lightweight and sheer texture gives this fabric an exquisite grace & breezy feel. The checked pattern is termed as ‘khat’, and is one of the distinguishing features of the Kota Doria fabric. Kota Doria is a very fine weave and weighs very less which again becomes one of the feasible options for you to wear.
Pair this kurta with the same yellow kota pants or you can explore more contrast bottoms at tjori for the same. Not only with pants, but a dupatta can add a lot more charm to it. It is time to look stunning in our contemporary of A-line Cuts and our varieties in women’s clothes are a huge comfort option for you. You can choose women’s clothes in any amazing pattern for your choice including colour blocked, printed, embellished and striped varieties.
Kota doria, with its distinctiveness in style, has grown to become one of the popular Indian fabrics, now add this mischievous yellow kota kurta to your wardrobe and make a fashion statement.