Aishwarya Rai Bachchan gives us cues on how to infuse bright hues in your office wear in this Payal Khandwala kurta.
Tired of wearing the same boring shirts and blazers to work every day? It’s time to spice up your work wear. For all those corporate junkies who are busy 24x7 and do not get enough time to update their office wardrobe, we are happy to introduce the latest hot thing on the fashion block- kurtis for your workplace. Yes, smart and chic kurtis can be styled to fit your formal look and can surely elevate your fashion quotient at your place of work.
Here are 20 of the trendiest kurtis to inspire your workplace fashion...
Tisca Chopra in Payal Khandwala – This stunning white kurta can surely be styled in a variety of ways.
A model in Payal Khandwala – Kurti inspired by a shirt dress is always a great idea.
A model in Akaro – Metal grey is always a great idea.
A model in Tanvi Kedia – These stunning embellishments will add quirk to your over-all look.
A model in Quirk Box – Who says you can’t have fun at work? We are crushing over this fun printed kurta which a bib
Tisca Chopra gives us cues on how to play with prints when it comes to kurtis.
A model in Anavila Mishra – Slouchy is the way to go. Keep it easy and tasteful.
Genelia D’Souza keeps it peppy in this white and red kurta.
A model in a printed kurta from Fabindia @Rs 2990.
Nargis Fakhri gives us cues on how to make a statement in this achkan-inspired black kurta.
A model in Paromita Banerjee – Prints for office are always a great idea.
A model in Paromita Banerjee - Beige is in for formals.
A model in Paromita Banerjee – A clash of prints and patterns is risky, but very stylish if you can pull it off.
A model in Surendri – A white kurta inspired by a white shirt is a cool idea.
A model in Swati Kalsi – Rust is a great work wear colour.
A model in Three – Those neat geometric cuts are ever inch formal and fab.
Deepika Padukone's kurta from the movie 'Piku' created a trend of wearing black kurtis with bright palazzos