Versatile and vintage; this attire is embedded deep into our couture culture. Although traditionally worn by men in the olden days, Kurtas for women is one of the frequently-opted items of raiment today. From traditional socials like weddings, religious gatherings, festive occasions to semi-formal, quotidian wear, long kurtis for women or kurtas have become a staple in the Indian woman’s wardrobe.

Kurta for women has evolved in manifold ways in the last few decades. Even the number of methods of styling, teaming and accessorizing a Kurta has amplified. The mainstream Kurta is no longer confined to the limits of churidaar (fitted pants with gatherings at the bottom) or salwar (loose, pleated pants with tapered ends). The teaming of a basic Kurta for women or short kurti with trousers or even denim pants has sat efficiently with Indian women since as long as we can remember. Such is the case with ethnic Indian Kurtas too.

The infatuation with the classic and timeless piece of ensemble will never fade with time.  We could not take it within ourselves to break this everlasting couture affair with the humble Kurta and thus, cherish it by highlighting some of the statement creations by Falguni Shane Peacock.

Aishwarya Rai’s beige-based Kurta by Falguni Shane Peacock is everything that we need to set a traditional yet refined look. The actor teamed the ensemble with trousers and a tulle Dupatta.


Sonakshi Sinha’s mild powder blue Kurta by Falguni Shane Peacock is an aesthetic combination of ethnic charm and class. The pastel, embroidered Kurta is teamed with pants of the same hue. The actor stuck to minimalism sartorially as well as in accessorizing the ensemble.


Yami Gautam set the ethnic elegant tone perfectly with this mild mauve Falguni Shane Peacock Kurta. The ensemble is detailed with intricate embroidery details over floral motifs. She teamed the Kurta with Churidaar pants and a tulle Dupatta.


Arpita Khan Sharma picked a chrome applique Kurta by Falguni Shane Peacock. The pink Kurta for women could be teamed with Churidaar pants or trouser pants.