In modern usage, a short kurta is referred to as the kurti. However, traditionally, the kurti refers to waistcoat, jackets and blouses which sit above the waist without side slits, and are believed to have descended from the tunic of the (2nd century B.C.). Kurtis are typically much shorter than the traditional garments and made with lighter materials, like those used in sewing.
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Kurtas are typically fastened with tasselled ties, cloth balls and loops, or buttons. Buttons are often wood or plastic. Kurtas worn on formal occasions might feature decorative metal buttons, which are not sewn to the fabric, but, like cufflinks, are fastened into the cloth when needed. Such buttons can be decorated with jewels, enameling, and other traditional jewelers’ techniques.
The Bengali Kurti utilises local embroidery traditions. Kantha embroidery means patched cloth and is the regional style of West Bengal and Bangladesh. Kantha is also traditional in Odisha. The other variety of embroidery from West Bengal and Bangladesh is the Nakshi Kantha.
A slow yet steady transition of traditional women kurti paved the way for indo western kurtis. Available in various styles and silhouettes, it is gaining a whole lot of popularity among the contemporary women. The most popular styles of Indo western kurtis are A-line, Angrakha, Anarkali, C-cut, Trail cut, Shirt style, Tail cut, Asymmetrical e.t.c.
Tailors from the Bangladesh subcontinent command a vast repertoire of methods, traditional and modern, for decorating fabric. It is likely that all of them have been used, at one time or another, to decorate kurtis. However, the most common decoration is embroidery. Many light summer kurtis feature Chikan embroidery, a speciality of Lukhnow, around the hems and front opening. This embroidery is typically executed on light, semi-transparent fabric in a matching thread. The effect is ornate but subtle.
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