15 Stylish Bottom Wear Options For Kurtis


A kurti is perhaps the most comfortable piece of clothing for women but wearing it every day can make it loose its charm. There are hundreds of ways to rejuvenate the kurti and one simple way to strike a different look every time with the kurti is by pairing it with different styles of bottoms.

Here is a list of 15 bottom wear options for kurtis:

  1. Dapper Denims
  2. Net Stockings
  3. No Bottoms
  4. Skirts
  5. Salwar
  6. Boyfriend Jeans
  7. Sharara
  8. Palazzo
  9. Jeggings
  10. Leggings
  11. Dhoti Pants
  12. Wrap Around Pants
  13. Ripped Jeans
  14. Treggings
  15. Culottes

#1. Dapper Denims

Denims are evergreen and you can team it with almost any type of top. Just make sure that the length of the kurti is not beyond the knees. Jeans allow for you to wear boots, brogues, and moccasins which you normally would not wear with other types of bottoms.

#2. Net Stockings

The stockings give a different and refreshing look to the kurti. You will stand out in the crowd wearing these.

#3. No Bottoms

The best part about a kurti is that it can be worn as a dress as well. When you decide to wear it as a address, there is no need to pair jeans or stockings with it.

4#. Skirts

Try a skirt with a kurti. The combination is a bit odd but it will definitely make some heads turn your way. Try some tribal jewelry to complete the look.

#5. Salwar

A common choice to wear with the kurti is the traditional salwar. There are many iterations of the traditional salwar. Go ahead and try one of them yourself.

#6. Boyfriend Jeans

These types of jeans are a bit oversized but that’s the beauty of it. Boyfriend jeans go well not only with tank tops and t-shirts but also with kurtis. Rock a pair of comfortable sneakers. This will make the whole look casual, comfortable, and classy.

#7. Sharara

Sharara is a type of salwar that belongs from Pakistan. It looks and feels like a ghaghra but is a salwar actually. Accessories your look heavily and you will be ready for a sangeet function in a jiffy.

#8. Palazzo

Nothing can be as comfortable as the palazzo. They are airy, baggy, and stylish at the same time. It is perfect for summers. Also, you need not necessarily wear a kurti with it, you can try crop-tops and boho-chic pieces as well.

#9. Jeggings

It is perhaps the most common, popular, and prevalent bottom wear and can be found in the wardrobe of all women. Jeggings are a mixture of leggings and jeans. They pack the style of jeans and comfort and simplicity of the leggings. They are minimalistic yet gorgeous.

#10. Leggings

Leggings are the choice of bottom wear of a large majority of Indian women. The fabric is soft and the comfort is beyond imagination. It is perfect for wearing to the office. If you want, you can wear it to a party as well. Remember to select contrasting colors.

#11. Dhoti Pants

Right of the bat, dhoti pants will differentiate your look from the rest. It looks like a dhoti but is actually a salwar. Peplum and short kurtis look the best with dhoti pants. Complete your look by wearing tall pencil heel shoes.

#12. Wrap Around Pants

As the name suggests, you can drape them around your waist quickly. The hemline is asymmetrical which gives a modern look to it. You can pair it with tunics and kurtis as well.

#13. Ripped Jeans

Ripped jeans are the go-to bottom wear when you are having a hard time figuring out what to wear with the kurti. They look good with almost anything and everything and hence you can never go wrong with them.

#14. Treggings

These are a mix of trousers and leggings. They are as comfortable as the leggings and at the same time, they are stylish as well. Treggings will stay in fashion for a large majority of 2019 and 2020.

#15. Culottes

These are an iteration of the palazzo. Culottes end just below the knees and are as airy and comfortable as the palazzo. You can literally run in these. Match the color of the culottes with the tunics or kurti you are planning to wear. Avoid shoes that need to be laced up.

These were the 15 stylish bottom wear options for kurtis. Some pieces like the leggings, jeggings, and salwar are common and a lot of women are aware of these choices. Some options like the dhoti pants, culottes, and treggings are not so prevalent. You can definitely wear the items listed above with your kurti without any worries.

Vaishali Mhaske
Vaishali Mhaske
Hey! Nice to meet you! I'm Vaishali. I am a Puneri girl, Extrovert and Lover of Road trips and Swiss rolls. Among many passions, "Playing Dhol" is on top of my list. Always love to enjoy my own company.