Kurta Sets vs Kurta Lehenga Sets for Women: Know the Difference
India is a large, diverse country with many different cultures, and a new trend or fashion emerges with each culture. Despite the wide variety of themes and styles seen in ethnic wear for women, modern fashion is also becoming more and more well-liked. The stunning collection at Jiya by Veer Design Studio includes kurta sets, saree sets, gowns, palazzo sets, and lehenga sets that have won praise all over. The face of fashion is constantly changing, yet the traditional Indian attire and its style have endured. Although the preface of some of these sets might seem similar, each piece is unique and crafted with excellence for you at Jiya by Veer Design Studio. The collections are trendy and offer you a wide range to choose from.
One of the confusions is the difference between Kurta sets and Kurta Lehenga sets. Let's break it down:
A Kurta Lehenga is made with fine weaving, rich materials, a cosy feel, beautiful bold colours, outstanding and modest designs, and appealing cuts. Whereas with Kurta sets, along with being attractive and charming, this is an on-the-go women's apparel that is wonderfully comfortable and pleasurable. You may make an instant decision from the selection of silk, net, georgette, and jacquard fabrics.
Kurta sets are seen as an everyday clothing item, depending on how embellished your kurta set is. They are mostly available in simple designs and patterns with a variety of hues to choose from. A Kurta Lehenga set falls under the festive or big event outfit such as the party wear gown for women. The kurta lehenga is mostly embellished with Gota Patti, zardozi, beads, and more. It gives the outfit a rich and bold feel that quickly stands out at parties and events. A kurta set can be worn at home for daily use or for a quick errands trip but the kurta lehenga demands a bigger and better audience to shine amongst.
Comparatively, a kurta set falls under the affordable category due to its variety in design, pattern, fabric, and more. Whereas a kurta lehenga is a little steep to purchase due to its unique style, embellishments, and shades. Although some kurta sets can be found on the steep side, it is due to the added work done by the artisans or makers. The cost of a kurta lehenga set is almost justified since it stands out at events just like a modern gharara sharara set.
- Bottom wear
In a kurta set, the bottom wear item is limited to straight pants, sharara, or anarkali. Whereas in a kurta lehenga set, as the name describes, the bottom wear item will always be a lehenga. The embellishments would vary on both sets as in a kurta set, the kurta might have more embellishments attached compared to its sharara but in a kurta lehenga set, the entire piece will be full with a beaded design or pattern.
Jiya by Veer Design studio understands the difference between the two sets therefore we offer a wide collection in both categories. Whether you want to pop out for a party or you want to stand out at your next family event, Jiya by Veer Design Studio has you covered. After all, it is you who make our clothes lively and elegant!