Punjabi Kurta is a unique Indian Kurti style worn extensively by women of Punjab (India) and Sindh province (Pakistan). A well made Kurti with suitable designs and fittings reflect the taste of the woman wearing it. For this very reason, Punjabi women make their choice with care and passion. While a casual Punjabi kurta has bright colours and tends to be attractive, party wears are only spectacular and spellbinding in their attributes.
Punjabi kurta is one of the major Indian tunic styles which also appeals to major ethnicities across the globe. The salwar that accompanies these Indian Kurti types are usually of pastel shade with sequins or floral resham embroidery patterns. The dupatta for these kurtas vary with age of the woman and the purchasing power. These kurtis are worn by few Punjabi women with Baggy salwars of bell bottom types.
Young Punjabi women are highly aesthetic enough to determine their own design and pattern. Punjabi Kurta has a high back neck, irrespective of its length. During wedding seasons, mothers can ensure that their teen daughters are adorned in the best of these Kurtis. Women feel very comfortable wearing tasteful Kurtis in their households. This has made the Punjabi Kurta a household wear as well. The creativity of the weaver and textile trader has encouraged a plethora of designs in the classic Indian Kurti from Punjab.