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If you have a calling for kurtas but just don't know how to style them right then this guide is for you. Yellow is an all-year favourite colour and this time, we thought of taking you through the times Bollywood divas wore yellow kurtas.
If you are someone who likes to keep it minimal, Dia Mirza's yellow kurta can be your pick. It is simple and versatile. Team it with a pair of ripped denims or with a churidar and round off with a net dupatta just like Dia. Perfect for a casual day out or a festivity at home.
Ananya's bright yellow chikankari kurta had white embroidery all over. She teamed it with flared white palazzos. A kurta like this one can be a good choice for a brunch date with friends or a day running errands.
One of my all time favourites, Deepika Padukone's mustard yellow kurta had vertical sequin detail. She teamed it with a churidar and matching dupatta. If you have a celebration to attend, a kurta like this one can be a really good pick.
Just too particular about the silhouette? If A-line is your go-to choice then this lime yellow kurta will not disappoint you. Invest in an A-line kurta like this one. Why? It can be worn as a dress, with a churidar as a kurta set or even as a full suit with salwar and a dupatta.
Yellow is a festive colour and it will always be. A trendy, heavy work kurta like this one is a must-have. Kiara's halter neck kurta had mirror work all over along with delicate embroidery. Team it with white pants, shararas or even a pair of jeans. Round off with kolhapuris and you are good to go!
If you are someone who doesn't like dressing up OTT, a basic kurta like this one can be your choice for a long haul flight. Anushka's cotton yellow kurta came with a band neck. She paired it with white pants. Easy breezy!
Pure fabrics like raw silk are getting quite popular these days and if you are a fan then something like this lime yellow, heavy embroired kurta can be a good option. Katrina's silk kurta had beautiful embroidery in red and silver. A kurta like this one can be worn for haldi or mehendi party.
It is festive season and if you are hunting for a kurta that matches the vibe, a banarasi kurta like this one can be a great choice. Team it with a matching banarasi dupatta, churidar. Carry it with jhumkas, lot of colourful bangles and you are festive ready!
Printed cotton kurtas are just perfect for this hot and humid season. They are so light and breathable, perfect for a hot day out. Team with a pair of pants, denims or salwar.
Block print kurtas are evergreen! Kareena Kapoor's block print yellow kurta can be worn for a long day out shopping or a long haul flight. She teamed it with white pants, you can also pair it with denims or churidars. Complete your look with juttis just like her and you are good to go!