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The monsoon season was beautiful but short lived, and following the spell of rain we got there has been a haze of humidity ever since – making dressing up a mission.

We’ve rounded up some easy, breezy, beautiful kurtas for you to look your best while not letting the heat and humidity get you down.

Multani Embroidered Kurta – House of Farah V

With beautiful and off-white intricate embroidery on a beige surface, this kurta literally screams summer! The pearl tassel buttons give it some oomph, making it a kurta you can dress up or down, while looking well-put together at all times. This is a staple piece for your closet for all seasons!


Mint Tunic – Mahnaz Adamjee

This linen tunic with subtle lace edgings and minimal embroidery are perfect for the working girl. The comfortable fabric and nominal work on the kurta makes it a sure summer staple.


Embroidered Kurta – Hina Mohamed

We love the symmetry on this kurta as well as the colourful embroidery. This can easily be dressed up for a lunch with friends or family, or even worn to a meeting for the working girls!


Jute Organza Kurta – Shamsha Hashwani

For the formal soirees or dinners you have to attend in this humid weather, this kurta by Shamsha Hashwani is your go to piece. It’s airy and light, yet semi-formal to make you look your best! It’s also a piece you can wear for years to come.


Blue Matching Separates – Ammara Khan

Ammara Khan’s ready-to-wear line has been gaining immense popularity and with good reason! Her silhouettes are fun and summery, with this two-piece outfit being the definition of summer. Grab it while it’s still available!


White Lace Kurta – Nada Shah Designs

White is always right! This kurta is perfect for formal events with the beautiful embellishments and lace fabric, not to forget the organza pleating on the dhaman.









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