12 Cotton Kurtis For Women Under Rs 2000
Whether it's hot or cold, and the occasion is laid back or formal, a good cotton kurti can never go wrong. In this heat, you possibly can’t be bothered with glitter, silk or velvet, so it’s time for cotton clothes to shine. There’s nothing more comfortable and versatile than chikankari kurtis as you can style them with jeans, leggings, palazzos and more, based on your mood for the day. Short kurtis are your best option for a casual day out, and an Anarkali kurti will add some pizzazz to any dressy event.
Also, who said that daily wear has to be boring? It’s time to spice up your closet with some fresh and chic Indian wear. Cotton Kurtis are evergreen apparel in women's fashion. Be it for staying in or going out for errands, these daily wear Kurtis are ideal for the summer of 2022. Keep scrolling and pick out your favourites from this collection.
- Mustard Cotton Flax Kurti
- Purple Cotton Kurta
- Indigo Cotton Kurti
- Khushal K - Women Green & Pink Printed Pure Cotton Kurta with Palazzos & Dupatta
- Kipek - Women Grey Embroidered Pure Cotton Anarkali Kurti
- GERUA - Mustard Yellow & Red Empire A-Line Pure Cotton Kurti**Best Value for Money**
- Rajnandini - Yellow & Grey Chevron Printed Boat Neck Sequined Pure Cotton Kurti
- SWAGG INDIA - Peach-Coloured Ethnic Motifs Embroidered Chikankari Kurti
- Nayo - Women Blue Floral Printed Kurta with Trousers & Dupatta**Overall Best Buy**
- Sangria - Women Burgundy Yoke Design Pure Cotton Asymmetric Kurta with Trousers**Latest Trend**
- AHIKA - Women Black & Green Printed Straight Kurta
- Taavi - Women Green & Pink Hand Block Print Legacy Straight Kurta with Tassel Detail
Priced at: Rs 779
Biba's workwear range includes a short Kurti. It has a band collar and placket, slits on both sides, and schiffli embroidery on the sleeves. This kurta's base fabric is cotton flax and it comes in a wide range of colours such as black, red, blue and more. A Short Kurti like this one is best styled with jeans or trousers.
Priced at: 1,499
If three-fourth sleeves and short-length Kurtis aren’t your styles, then this purple sleeveless Kurti with a scoop neck could be a suitable option for you. The Kurti has an intricate ethnic print and the material is exceptionally light and of high quality. Sleeveless Kurtis are lifesavers in this scorching heat that the summer brings. So this Kurti does both- makes you look as well as feel cool.
Priced at: 1,379
Say goodbye to your summer blues with this Indigo cotton kurti. This light hue works well as a stand-alone colour as well as a backdrop colour. It pairs well with almost every colour as a neutral, and it looks especially good with bright pink or white. However, you could wear it with other blues, such as cobalt or cerulean, and some gold jewellery. The tassels in the Kurti add a touch of playfulness while the yoke design gives a classy look.
Priced at: Rs 1,483
This Pista green and pink printed kurta is 100% cotton and is exactly what you need to make your summer breezy. The elasticated waistband creates a perfect fitting around the waist and the flared style of the cotton kurta makes it very comfortable to move around in. Moreover, the kurta comes with cotton palazzos and silk chiffon Dupatta that add to the charm of this piece.
Priced at: Rs 779
Anarkali Kurti with a mandarin collar, a short button placket, three-quarter sleeves, and a straight hem in grey embroidered fabric. Because all of Kipek’s products are hand-coloured, printed, and embroidered, there may be subtle shade, print, and embroidery variations. The material is excellent and soft to the touch. The Kurti is the ideal length and can be paired with bottoms of various colours, making it a versatile piece.
GERUA - Mustard Yellow & Red Empire A-Line Pure Cotton Kurti **Best Value for Money**
Priced at: Rs 505
If your closet is lacking a bit of the Indo-western touch, this A-Line Kurti fills the void. It’s an A-line empire Kurti in mustard yellow, edged with red pom-poms, with a tie-up neck, short sleeves, flared hem, and gathers all around. This patterned short kurti is perfect for the summer. It is suggested that you order one size larger than your real size. The colour is also incredibly vibrant and eye-catching.
Priced at: Rs 638
If you believe in sustainable fashion and enjoy switching up the same pieces by adding a personal touch, this is the Kurti for you. It combines all the elements of ‘trendy’ with its chevron print, boat neck and sequin details. Pair this pure cotton Kurti with jeans, palazzos, cigarette pants or plain old leggings, creating a different look each time!
Priced at: Rs 674
We cannot forget everyone’s summer favourite- Chikankari Kurti. Chikan translates to 'embroidery.' This traditional needlework style, which is thought to have been introduced by the Mughals, is one of Lucknow's most old and well-known art forms. The garment's basic and accurate handwork gives it a subtle, elegant vibe that current embroidery techniques lack.
Nayo - Women Blue Floral Printed Kurta with Trousers & Dupatta **Overall Best Buy**
Priced at: Rs 1,590
This salwar suit has it all: it's simple, trendy, elegant, summery, and comfy. It's ideal for a casual occasion such as a family outing or a small family gathering. You could wear it on a regular basis or spice it up with some statement oxidised accessories for an outing! If you want something classic but still want to look cool, this is the outfit for you.
Priced at: 1,244
This cotton Kurti is for the days you’re bored of your typical Kurti and want to try something new. Sangria has its signature style that includes a vibrant array of fabrics, colours, and patterns. With a vast assortment of apparel, the company offers a modern spin on classic Indian themes and designs. Pair this pastel red Asymmetrical long Kurti with some gold jewellery and you’re good to go.
Priced at: Rs 688
Summers are incomplete without floral prints! Long straight kurta designs are most generally known as the Pakistani suit style, which consists of an ankle-length long straight kurta paired with wide-legged or straight palazzos. This simple kurta pattern is ideal for all body types because it slims the body by making it appear taller.
Priced at: 1,379
Block printing is a technique that involves imprinting a textile with wooden blocks. The little irregularities that are inherent in this hand-crafted artisan product distinguish hand-block printed fabrics. This is one of the most unique things about handmade fabrics; it's what separates each hand block print from the masses of factory-produced prints. This light cotton kurti would be perfect for any occasion. One thing to note about this piece is that due to the use of natural dyes, this handcrafted kurta is prone to colour bleeding.
We hope that you were able to find the perfect cotton Kurtis to beat the heat this summer. Most of these Kurtis can be found on sale so hurry up and grab the pieces that caught your eye and make them yours. The reason that Kurtis are such an evergreen clothing item in the fashion industry is that this Indo-western or traditional apparel is not only practical, but also stylish and comfortable, and may be worn by ladies of all ages.
All the Kurtis in this listicle are pieces that can be styled in more than one way to create a new look every time. If you still need a little more aid in deciding which pieces you should go for then browse through the FAQs below to filter the pieces that you like and you’re ready to slay this summer!
Which is the best fabric for Kurtis?
Cotton, Crepe, Rayon, Silk and Georgette are some of the most suitable materials for Kurti. Each fabric offers a different look and one may select the fabric based on the occasion. Silk Kurtis are great for fancy occasions while Cotton Kurtis are best for daily wear.
What are the popular colours for summer 2022?
Pale purple or purple with a hint of pink. Pantone chose Very Peri as the Color of the Year for 2022, and the brand's prediction has proven to be correct. Yellow has also been trending and the trick in pulling this colour off is to find a shade of yellow that best matches your skin tone.
Which type of Kurtis are in trend?
A-line Kurtis are the most popular among young people. The demand for Long Kurtis has recently risen. They look well with Skinny Jeans, Straight Pants, Palazzos, Tights, and Dhoti Pants. An ethnic jacket can be worn on top.
What should I wear with Kurtis?
Choose a kurta from your collection and pair it with palazzo trousers in contrasting colours or patterns, such as elephant palazzos or full flared palazzos. For a Boho Princess aesthetic, reach for the lovely long Kurtis and mix them with long maxi skirts.