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Princess Cut Kurtis: Simplification of Royal Attire


In archaic times, a short length jacket or a blouse, which settled above the waistline without any front or side cuts, was designated as kurta. The stylish and classic makeover of these kurtas gave them a new appearance and got the name of kurti. During the early 1870s, princess line pattern was introduced by Charles Frederick Worth.
In this pattern, the dress is tailored in long panels, without any horizontal detachment at the waist. Kurti is the chief element of the progressing trend and has been dominating the wardrobes. Since they are available in different lengths and cuts, it can accordingly be teamed up with appropriate bottoms to give an innovative look.

The personification of the Latest Trend:

The Princess cut kurtis have been a popular choice for the wedding outfit. This pattern is favoured equally as day and night wear. The curves of the outfit are defined by seams and not darts. The seams of the kurti go through the bust area and get absorbed into the panel line. The panel line curves from the armpit to the waistline or from the midpoint of the shoulder to the waist.
The seams can even run down the full length of the garment, shaping the hips and waist. It not only defines your silhouette but also adds to the design of the outfit. It is usually collar-necked with button pattern, which is accompanied by heavy embroidery. The three-quarter sleeves complete the look of this classic attire.

Mish-mashingthe Arrangement Can Work Wonderfully:

Few additions and alterations to the outfit can make it suitable for daily or party wear. Heavy embroidery on the yoke of the princess cut kurtis, accompanied by a contrasting churidar, will give the outfit a dazzling appearance. A lavish earring and a designer bracelet will integrate the look perfect for any occasion. Elegant earrings and flat sandals balance the heavy embroidery and mirror work on the bust area. Clubbing the kurtis with treggings, leggings, jeggings, tight churidar, palazzo and Patiala will increase the beauty of the outfit by many folds.


A simple chain or knot stitch on the yoke, with full or half or three quarter sleeves with a knee touching length of the kurti, will perfectly enrich the personality of an office going women or a college going girl. It is an outfit that will set you apart from the rest of the crowd. This outfit not only enhances your personality but also elevates the classiness of the ambience.