41 Latest Kurti Designs Catalogue to Check Out in 2020

With the temperature beginning to rise, its time to update your summer wardrobe.What better place to start than your Kurti collection. We have created a catalogue of Kurtis with the latest styles, neck designs, patterns. From workwear to party wear to casual wear, this list has all the styles you will need to get through this spring and summer season. What’s more, we have added a few designer pieces that will help you get an idea of the current trends on the runways.

How to Select the Right Kurti Design?

Most of us randomly pick any Kurti design that catches our eye. It is important to understand that Kurtis can be selected carefully to suit your body type, face shape as well as lifestyle. When it comes to Kurtis, Indian designers have mastered the art of combining different fabrics, patterns, and styles to give us some amazing designs. Of course, for most of us, designer pieces are way beyond our budget. But that does not mean you cannot replicate these designs using your own creativity. You can pick any of the Kurti designs from this list and get a similar Kurti stitched for yourself. You can find some of the latest designs for affordable prices on Meesho App.

Designer Kurtis for Inspiration

1. This spectacularly elegant short Kurti is from one of the most eminent designers in India, Ritu Kumar. The neckline is V-shaped but the Tie-up front detail gives this Kurti a sophisticated look.

Kurti design catalogue Ritu Kumar

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2. This glorious Kurti design has a Madhubani print all over which adds to its charm. Notice how the fabric has a luxurious sheen and the dark blue color works perfectly in this design.

Kurti design catalogue Madhubani Print

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3. Ritu Kumar has mastered the art of bringing together tradition and modernity. This Bandhej design Kurti pattern has a combination of rich, earthy hues and tasteful detailing.

Ritu Kumar Kurti Design Catalogue2

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4. If you like to add a touch of drama to your Kurti, go for a sleeveless ethnic shrug like this one. A plain Kurti in a contrast color will be ideal to flaunt your outfit.

Ethnic Shrug Kurti design Catalogue

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5. Whether you are going for a day out with friends or an office function, this off green Kurti with floral print and belted design will get you compliments all day.

Green Kurti design catalogue

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6. While asymmetric Kurti designs can be tricky to pull off, this ankle-length printed design is effortless to carry and elegant to look at.

Kurti design catalogue Asymmetric Kurti

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7. This glorious Angrakha Kurti design is a beautiful and versatile piece from Ritu Kumar’s collection. The fabric of the Kurti can be anything from cotton to silk. This is an uber-stylish pick from the list that you can wear to any event.

Angrakha Kurti design catalogue

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8. The idea of wearing a Kurti in the Indian summer might seem like an off-putting idea. No wonder the Sleeveless Kurti is the star of the summer season. This particular design can be stitched using any breathable fabric.

Sleeveless Kurti design Catalogue

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9. This one is the fan-favorite celebrity Kurti design. This gorgeous Kurti was designed by Sabyasachi. Alia is carrying this design with grace and ease.

Sabyasachi Kurti design catalogue

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10. The ever graceful Kalamkari Kurti designs are the current hit in ethnic fashion. The picture below is of a long A-line Kurti with Kalamkari print. You can get this design customized using different fabrics or patterns.

Kalamkarikurti design catalogue

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11. There’s a reason why the keyhole neck design is the current trend in Kurti designs. No matter how simple your Kurti is, a keyhole neckline will add glamour to your outfit. This classic white Kurti will be a stylish addition to your wardrobe.

Keyhole neck Kurti design catalogue

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12. Gown style Kurtis is here to stay. This peach colored Geometric print Kurti is perfect for summer. Notice how the Bandhani print dupatta adds its own charm to the outfit.

Gown kurti design catalogue

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13. If you like a bit of sparkle in your outfits, this white tunic style Kurti design is the way to go. You can wear it to parties and shine like a diva all evening.

Tunic Kurti design Catalogue

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14. The color combination and alluring cut out neck design make this Kurti unique in its charm. This Kurti has an asymmetric design that works best with a flowing fabric like Chiffon.

Cut out neck kurtidesign catalogue

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15. Check out Vidya Balan in a Manish Malhotra designed Anarkali Kurti. The color combination of white and golden enhances the complexion and adds subtle charm to the outfit.

Vidya Balan Anarkali Kurti design Catalogue

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16. Manisha Koirala looks radiant in this lovely designer Kurti. Another celebrity favorite from Manish Malhotra’s collection, this white straight Kurti with embroidery work is a timeless classic.

Manisha Kurti design catalogue

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17. Adorn yourself in this classic layered Kurti with a unique combination of ethnic prints and embroidered designs. This Kurti is perfect for that office Holi party you will be attending soon.

Layered kurti design catalogue

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18. We are obsessed with off White Kurtis this season. No matter what design you pick, you can never go wrong with white. In this simple but elegant Kurti design, the subtle print adds a demure charm to the outfit. Not to mention the gorgeous red dupatta and Sharara style bottoms that complement the Kurti perfectly.

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19. Another one of our favorites, this mustard yellow festive Kurti is a great choice for functions. The sleeveless neck design and simple round neckline are great for the summer season. This Kurti is made of Georgette fabric and the matching net dupatta complements the outfit perfectly.

Mustard kurti design catalogue

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20. Rajasthani patterns are the current rage among Indian fashion. Be it Kurtis or Lehengas or sarees, you will get to see at least a few Rajasthani designs in every fashion show. This Leheriya print Kurti is unique in its color combination and style.

Leheriya Kurti design catalogue

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21. We cannot get enough of the Kurti with shrug look! A shrug worn over any Kurti amps up the entire outfit. With this resplendent red Kurti comes a sheer net shrug in the same color and length. You can choose to wear this Kurti on its own as well for a casual look and add the shrug for an evening look.

Red kurti design catalogue

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22. We have picked another gorgeous red Kurti which has an Indo-Western design. The side slit goes up to the waist and the embroidered design along the border is all the detail that this Kurti needs. You can get this design stitched in glossy fabrics like silk or satin for a party wear look.

Indo western kurti design catalogue

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23. Madhuri Dixit is known for her grace and sophistication. This black straight Kurti design is simply divine in its elegance. This design is ideal for pairing with long skirts or Palazzos. You can experiment with the length and sleeve designs for this Kurti.

Madhuri Kurti design catalogue

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24. This ethereal green Kurti is breathtakingly beautiful. A design similar to this one will be easy to recreate. Make sure the fabric is of good quality. This Kurti is made of silk but other fabrics like Chiffon, Georgette or crepe will also work well.

green kurti design catalogue

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25. Nothing can compete with the charm o handwork on a Kurti. The intricate threadwork and embellished detailing in this vibrant green Kurti give this ensemble a unique touch of glamour.

Handwork kurti design catalogue

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26. Be it sarees, blouses or Kurtis, the timeless Banarasi is never going out of style. Diya Mirza’s glamorous Banarasi silk Kurti is fit to be an heirloom piece to be passed down through the generations.

Dia Mirza kurti design catalogue

 

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27. Our very own Kashmir has a lot more to offer than Kahwa Tea. For instance, this fabulous Kurti with intricate Aari work has won our hearts used are inspired by nature. Notice the intricate pattern along the neckline of this Kurti. Style your Kurti with a matching Palazzos and a sleek dupatta.

Aari Kurti design catalogue

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28. Off-shoulder Kurtis has taken the fashion world by storm. This scintillating designer Kurti is perfect for a wedding function. You can wear trendy Choker to highlight your decolletage.

Off shoulder kurti design catalogue

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29. Everything about this pastel green full-length Kurti spells chic. From the color to the pattern and the sheer fabric around the waistline, we love this design to the moon and back. You can go for a similar style for a refreshing party wear look.

cold shoulder kurti

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30. A perfect party wear design, this Champagne colored embellished Kurti is a must-have for this festive season. The deep neck design and empire waistline will create a slender silhouette, making this outfit flattering for all body shapes.

embellished kurti catalogue

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31. For a refined and tasteful ensemble, pair this stunning fuschia colored Kurti with matching Palazzos or long skirt. The fabric should be flowy ideally with a glossy finish like Silk.

Kurti Design Catalogue 31

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32. The boho-chic trend has found its way into ethnic fashion. This off pink dreamy Kurti can be worn by itself as a maxi dress or with leggings or Palazzos for a more traditional appeal

Pink Kurti design catalogue

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35. Katrina Kaif ‘s swanky statement Kurti has a touch of Kashmiri elegance in the embroidery. The matching bottoms can be replaced with contrasting colors for a more colorful ensemble or you can add a contrast dupatta to take this look up to the next level.

Katrina Kurti design catalogue

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36. Perfect for wedding functions or parties, this Gota Patti work Kurti will not need any accessories to make you look like your favorite Disney princess.

Gota Patti kurti design catalogue

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37. This timeless Kurti with white Chikankari embroidery is ideal if you’re going for a demure, down to earth look. You can opt for whichever neck design you like and add a colorful dupatta to complete your look.

Chikankari kurti design catalogue

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38. This festive blue Kurti is a full complete in itself. You would not need any jewelry or accessories to enhance the appeal of this Kurti. The Chandheri Silk shrug has a regal appeal of its own.

Chandheri Kurti

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39. Street fashion and ethnic style come together in this chic cape style Kurti. There is nothing like Cape style Kurtis for women who like to add a bit of drama to their outfits. You must have at least one Cape style, Kurti, in their wardrobe.

Cape kurti design

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40. This royal blue satin Kurti is extremely soothing to the eye. The flared sleeves and beads detailing add oomph to the outfit. It is perfect for an office event or formal functions.

blue kurti design catalogue

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41. This cherry cowl neck Kurti has everything. One of our favorites from this list, every detail in this Kurti comes together to create a unique design that exudes charm.

Cowl neck kurti design catalogue

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In the above list, we have included the latest trends in Kurti designs and highlighted the distinctive aspects of each style. However, fashion itself is not confined to existing trends. It keeps evolving with time and can be adopted by each individual based on their own perceptions. With a little imagination and creativity, you can come up with your own unique style which may eventually influence others. The goal, after all, is not to fit in but to stand out.