Do you want to wear embroidered kurtis with straight pants? Here are some ingenious style tips that are crafted specially to help you pair up straight pants and kurtis.

1. Wear kurtis with side slits or front slits
You have to agree that straight pants are quite different in their appeal as compared to normal churidars or salwars. To bring out the best in these, you need to give them due attention. The best way to do that is to have kurtis with front or side slits. Slitted kurtis are the rage, and they’re a great piece to have in your wardrobe for party wear.

2. Opt for longer kurtis with slightly above the ankle straight pants
When you’re wearing embroidered kurtis with straight pants, you must be careful with the length. Short kurtis just don’t look good with them. It may not be entirely true, but out of 100 short kurtis you pick, 98 of them will not look good with straight pants even when they're customized embroidered kurtis. So, the best option is to go for longer kurtis in either straight or slightly flared style.

3. A-line kurtis will also look great
Apart from picking some straight long kurtis, you can also shop for A-line embroidered kurtis online. A-line is a great style, and it looks even better when worn with pants. Moreover, if you like heavy customized embroidered kurtis, it’s the style where you can experiment.

4. Go for embroidered pants
Are you too bored with embroidery on kurtis? Keep them plain and rather, opt for embroidered pants. There are designs where you have embroidery on the bottom section of the pants, and these go really well with kurtis that have front slits.

5. What to keep in mind while pairing short kurtis and straight pants?
We would suggest you avoid it as much as you can for just a slight variation can make you look unappealing, but then we have amazing bollywood actresses like Juhi Chawla who inspire us to try such a style. While picking kurti to go with such a style, try to go for one that covers your hips, especially when you’re a medium or large sized woman. It will hide away the problem areas and make you look very ethnic and stylish.

6. No anarkalis with straight pants
We had to include this as anarkali style kurtis are one of the most common ones in an Indian woman’s wardrobe, but Anarkali kurtis aren’t meant to be paired with straight pants. No matter how creative you’re, you wouldn’t be able to pair them nicely. It’s a challenge and a well-thought suggestion.

These are the six ways to style straight pants with embroidered kurtis. You know what to do and what not to. What’s your favourite suggestion out of these?

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