A few days back I got a question that which brands are good for kurti/kurta for females in India. There are many brands in a different range that I feel are really amazing. You can select your brand according to your choice and range. In this post, I have selected 11 different brands that I like the most.
This is along and detailed article about best Kurti brands in India so if you are in a hurry here is a quick list of kurtis I really like and recommend you personally.
If you are looking for cotton-based kurtis then I recommend you to check brands like Jaipur kurti, Vishudh, Swadesh, and Fabindia.
You can also check my article on Best Kurti Under 500 if you are looking for daily wear kurtis
But if you are looking for a heavy festive wear kurta I highly recommend brands like Label by Ritu Kumar and House of Pataudi.
I have given a detailed description of each brand and also have handpicked kurti that I really like from them, so do read the full article. 🙂
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Best Kurti Brands In India.
1) Jaipur Kurti:
Jaipur Kurti is a Rajasthan based brand and is now available on many online portals. It’s a pocket-friendly brand. They have an amazing range of cotton kurti, kurtas etc for your daily wear and casual looks.
Below is a beautiful turquoise blue geometric print straight cotton kurta from them.
You can look for more option of Jaipur kurti here.
2) Global Desi
Global desi is one of the brands under the House of Anita Dongre Limited. They use young and colourful prints and textures with Indian and western silhouette to give a modern look. If you like nice colours and interesting prints then this is your go-to brand.
Below is an example of high low kurta from global desi.
You can buy this or more kurtis by Global desi here.
You can have a look at my article about the best kurtas by Global Desi too.
Again a nice pocket-friendly brand for you. It’s young, stylish and modern.
Below is a denim A-line kurta by Libas.
You can look at more kurtas from libas here.
Biba has a variety of kurta/Kurti under their brand. From cool casual to chic office wear, from basic daily wear to festive wear they have everything!
Below is a shirt kurta from biba.
For more Biba kurta click here.
The best part about Vishudh is that they just don’t have simple kurtas they sometimes have kurtis and kurta with really fascinating silhouettes under their brand. So if you want to stand out and not blend in with the crowd, then this is your brand.
For example below is a navy blue with maroon printed asymmetric kurta from Vishudh.
Check out more Vishudh kurtis here.
You can also check out my article on Best cotton kurtis for summer.
This brand has some really amazing cotton, khadi and silk kurtas under their brand. They use hand printing technics like Ajarak, bagru, kalmakari etc.
Below is an ajrak hand block print double-layered cotton kurta from Swadesh.
For more Swadesh kurta click here.
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W takes inspiration from the latest fashion forecasts & trends from the west and transforms them into and style acceptable to the modern women in India.
Below is a simple v neck grey printed anarkali kurta with a geometric print from W.
check out more kurtas from W here.
8) Fab India:
Fab India is almost 50 years old brand. Their products are mainly sourced from villages helping to provide and sustain rural employment in India, So they have an amazing collection of handwork and handlooms under them.
Below is a flared short kurti with pleated and panelled detail from Fabindia.
For more Fabindia kurti visit here.
9) Project Eve:
Project Eve has something for every occasion. From asymmetrical hemlines to colour block prints, insert pockets and quirky prints they have many interesting silhouettes for you to stand out.
For example this light blue angrakha style kurta with tiny little flower embroidery.
Check out more Project eve kurtis here.
10) Label by Ritu Kumar:
Label by Ritu Kumar is a designer brand for urban Indian female. They have modern as well as the ethnic silhouette with interesting prints and embroideries.
Like here is an example of short Kurti with contrast colour embroidery on the neckline.
Check out more short Kurti by Ritu Kumar here.
I think you will also like my post about best dress by Ritu Kumar.
11) House of Pataudi:
As per the name suggest Kurtas from the House of Pataudi are royal elegant and classy.
Below is a beautiful beige printed double-layered a mandarin collar kurta Kurta with a jacket from House of Pataudi for a perfect simple festive look.
You can check out more kurtas from House of Pataudi here.
So here you go these are 11 best kurti brands that I like and recommend but there are many more you can have a look here.
You may also like my article on 11 Best Cotton Kurtis For Summer 2020
To make things simpler, I have made a comparison table below for 11 Best Kurti Brands in India.
|1||Jaipur Kurti||Economy||Casual to Festive||S to XXXL|
|2||Global desi||Moderate||Casual to Festive||XS to XXL|
|3||Libas||Moderate||Casual to Festive||XS to XXL|
|4||Biba||Moderate||Casual to Festive||S to XXL|
|5||Vishudh||Economy||Casual and Formal||S to XXL|
|6||Swadesh||Economy||Casual and Formal||XS to XXL|
|7||W||Moderate||Casual to Festive||6 to 18|
|8||Fab India||Moderate||Casual to Festive||XS to XXL|
|9||Project Eve||Moderate||Casual to Festive||XXS to XXL|
|10||Label By Ritu Kumar||Expensive||Casual to Festive||XS to XL|
|11||House of Pataudi||Moderate||Casual to Festive||XS to XXL|
Now Lets quickly have a look at different types of Kurti/kurta that you should have in your wardrobe:
I had made a point and covered many of them in the above article, but still, let’s make a complete list of them.
- A-line Kurta.
- Straight Kurta.
- Short and flared Kurti.
- Basic short Kurti.
- Double layered Kurta.
- Kurta with a jacket.
- Asymmetrical Kurta/Kurti.
- Denim Kurti.
- High low Kurti.
- Shirt Kurta.
If you like my article on best brands for Kurtis in India for women and its helped you select your special brand do leave a comment. Also, keep sending me more questions. I will love to answer them. 🙂