There are many of us who do not like to go bold with embroideries all the time. Plain kurtas are best for the people who want to try something different without overdoing the ethnic elements. Here are few styles, you can try with….
Long plain kurta with neck highlight– A long A-line straight kurta in plain green is aptly embellished at neck, and a small border at sleeves. It looks elegant and graceful. Try to pick intricate details for embroidery rather than going for bold motifs.
Kurta jacket style– Jackets are so much in fashion, so pick up a matching jacket to be worn over plain kurta salwar in monotone color. Jacket preferably in same shade will enhance the look instead of breaking it.
Plain Kurta with embroidered Belt or Broach– You can play with shades of the same color like this one. Try for shaded effect in dying going from darker to lighter shade of the same color. Put a embroidered belt or a broach to pin up your dupatta at the side. Any one element out of these will give a dramatic change to your outfit. Also you can mix and match these accessories with other garments too.
Plain Anarkali– Simple golden Laces at sleeves in different widths lifts up the spirit of a plain Anarkali kurta. This looks equally good on pastel shades too. If not for Anarkali then you can go for the same detailing on straight kurtas too.
Short Fitted Waistcoat– A plain kurta is highlighted with a stylish short embellished waistcoat. The Cut of the waistcoat is stylish. If you do not want embroidery, then pick up brocade fabric for stitching waistcoat for a similar effect.
Layer it down– Layering is very much in this summer and festive season. Layer your favorite kurta with a lining in a contrast color, or a contrast fabric layered at the bottom of the main fabric, peeping out a little bit to add element and color to the dress.