The Kurta or Kurti is a type of long top, worn both casually and formally with various combinations. Kurta & Kurtis vary in length too - according to the style. The Kurta could be thigh-length, knee-length or somewhere in between.
Ayaanjal Kurtas and Kurtis are innovative in terms of design and style, a true depiction of designer's artistic acumen. The creation of every Kurta and Kurti are unique in its design and very innovative. This exclusive designs of Tejal has created a great deal of demand in the teens for their daily casual and party wear.
We customize these kurtas and kurtis every season with the latest design trends for our clients as per their requirements. Every year AYAANJAL has its annual exhibition of its designer Kurtas and Kurties which is a much awaited event for our clients.
The Kurta can be categorized as a traditional clothing item and people generally pair it up with loose salwar, churidar pants, Jeans & trousers. A typical kurta is simple and made up of rectangular fabric pieces with perhaps a few gusset inserts. The sleeves of a traditional kurta fall straight to the wrist and do not narrow down. One can, however, also choose to get the Kurta embroidered for wearing it during party and other special occasions.
Our collection of cotton kurtas is extremely comfortable in both summer and winter. All these kurtas are available in various colors and styles; some have embroidery or are embellished with beads, sequins and mirror work. We also designs with traditional Indian block prints, batik prints, tie-and-dye prints or other prints on them. At AYAANJAL selection of a Kurta is such that it provides maximum comfort and fits the wearer as per their body profile. Keeping this aspect in mind, usually very light fabric like cotton and silk are used to make these Kurtas.
Kurtis have become one of the most accommodating sort of dress, and it is therefore one of the most sought after dresses in the world. Kurti tops can be worn both on a casual everyday basis as well as a formal party wear. Cotton, Silk, crepe and georgette are some of the fabrics used in these Kurtis. Artisans work over several days using embroidery, stones, beads, mirrors, kundan, sequins, zari etc. to embellish these Kurtis in the finest traditions of Indian handicrafts. We create so many unique patterns using for our customers to have a wide range of garments to choose from. These Kurtis can be worn to all kinds of parties, depending on the amount and kind of work done on them. There is a Kurti for everyone and we at AYAANJAL take it as a pleasure to design and customize the perfect one for your style.