Batik Kurti

The Batik print dresses are the most hyped prints next to Tie Dye. It is edgy and colourful , embracing the 70’s fashion to th fullest. And Yeaaaah!!! – winter is finally here. But I am a total summer girl, not only because I was born in June, but also because I think everything is just easier then. I always have more energy and verve when the sun is shining and I definitely visit the beach often . And beach vacays and resort visits are exemplified with Batik Kurtis/ Kurtas, for the exuberant shades and colourful designs that will make you look like a fashion icon effortlessly.

Madhya Pradesh is famous for Chanderi sarees. Chanderi sarees are not only famous in India but they are known worldwide. There is more than that in Madhya Pradesh. Madhya Pradesh has a rich history of handicraft fabric. Madhya Pradesh has many types of fabrics which you can buy while visiting and one important and taken the world by storm are the Batik Prints. More than 150 families earn their lively hood by keeping this art alive. Batik Art is more than 2000 years old and its origin is from Indonesia. Later this art move to China. India and many other countries. Batik art is found in Africa also. Batik Print can be found in Indonesian Royal family dresses.

Ethnic prints never fail to cheer up an outfit. With a platter of kalamkari, batik, block prints and tie & dye to choose from, designers are converting a simple kurti into a piece of art with the art of Batik, Tie Dye and Kalamkari. Let’s look at some of our Batik print kurtis at saree utsav that will swipe you off your feet.

Indigo Batik kurti

If a colour had to be eternal, indigo would win the crown hands down. Indigo was one of the first dyes to be commercialised in the country because of its fluid versatility and easy elegance. Designers have revived this work of art and these lovely prints are seen on everything from bedsheets to apparels. So, it’s almost a crime not to own a piece of this marvellous art in Batik print. So, wear a classic indigo kurti paired with Denims, leggings, skirts, palazzos or absolutely anything that catches your fancy

Always in trend – Indigo Batik kurti

Batik long Anarkali kurti

Whoever thought came up with the idea of pockets, we can’t thank them enough! For the longest time, these little wonders were restricted to men’s fashion. But thanks to constant innovations in the world of fashion, pockets are as of a necessity in women’s fashion. A double sided pocket with embroidery details and eye catchy shaded batik anarkali kurta/kurti that are Indowestern fashion as well as ethnic.

Batik Anarkali Kurta
Different Batik Prints of Anarkali Kurta

Get boxy in Batik Kurti

Loose clothing and easy silhouettes are the flavour of the season. Box pleats are perfect for the free-spirited fashionista. Batik box pleat kurtis let you be comfortable and allow your skin breathe. So, pick up silhouettes that make you happy and let you just be you! This batik dress is just perfect for a nice summer day. A light, colorful and simply comfy to wear batik kurti, You don’t need much accessories to wear with it, but eye popping sunglasses and tassel bags or rattan bags are just a perfect fit with the intense blue of the dress.

Simple and sophisticated Batik print Kurti

Batik Kaftan kurti

Batik print kaftans need a seperate blog to be described . hand painted batik kaftans in silk or cotton are lightweight , dreamy and rich. It is the latest favourite of bollywood actresses , as lounge wear or home attire. Turkish style kaftan in South East Asia’s royal long batik print are the new fashion game. The best part is the hand dyed, sheer batik kaftan kurti can be worn long or short .

Elegant silk batik Kaftan

Batik Indowestern Kurti

Batik print in Indo western kurti style is every college going, office working young women must have in her closet. Skip the usual cotton fabric and go with satin silk, silk, crepe in batik in different styles . Like cowl style, high and low and jacket style to bring out the modern women in an ethnic fabric. You can also choose batik kurti with other embroidery works . Gota borders, zari work and thread work are some embroidery designs that can go well with batik print kurti.

Indowestern short Kurti in batik
Satin silk batik kurti in cowl style

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