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Ancient Work Of Kantha Work Kurtas – Only At InWeave


Party dresses are fancy and maybe loved during special occasions only, but the crown is owned by the Indian ethnic wears such as kurtas. Be it a special occasion like a wedding or festive celebration or casual time such Sunday Brunches, kurtas have always been a delight of all fashion connoisseurs. Especially, Kantha ikkat kurtas online are known for their intricate work styles and designs, make themselves a great catch for high collar events and parties as well. 

InWeave offers an exhaustive and versatile range of Kantha ikkat kurtas for Women. As an ethnic wear brand, InWeave Kantha ikkat printed kurtas set a benchmark for the industry. InWeave follows the international trend of fashion and with the change of season, we bring fashionable Kantha kurtas for all beautiful out there. 


Spring Summer Collection Of Kantha Embroidery Kurta For Women


Time has come to be smitten with an entire collection of ethnic crave with InWeave’s latest designer Kantha ikkat Kurtis for women. Whatever styles that your heart desires and charismatic colors that you have only dreamt of, are here in our pretty Kantha ikkat kurta collection. Get an exhaustive range of prints and comfortable fabrics, right here with us.


As everyday wear, cotton is a fabric that is most popular among women of all eras. Keep the traditional vibe intact with our cotton Kantha ikkat Kurtis. Pair it with a pair of classic traditional churidar and you are all set to go. But the same style doesn’t melt with just every type of kurtas. It is better to know the type of kurtas and how you can look the best in them. 


Kantha Ikkat Kurta With Dhoti Pants: 


One of the most popular women wears is kurtas with dhoti pants. Don’t miss this complete set and wear it with panache and antique jewelry set. Set your pony and confidence high when strutting out. 


Kantha Work Kurta With Palazzos: 


Want to add a dash of modern style to your overall appearance? Check out this type of Kantha kurta set and spiff it up with stylish palazzos. Wear it with pretty stud earrings or jhumkas and box heels. 


Kantha Slit Kurta Pant Set: 


Look effortlessly chic and stylish in our collection of Kantha slit kurta pant sets. These come with designer dupattas to complete your overall assemblage. Don’t forget to carry your folded clutch with such a pristine piece. 


Kantha Short Kurta Sharara Set: 


Get a Punjabi Kudi to look at with our authentic short kurta and sharara set. You can also buy Kantha ikkat strap kurtas to wear with shararas and dhoti salwar. Wear peep-toe heels to complete your look.


Evolution Of Kantha Work & Today’s Dresses


Kantha work is one of the oldest forms of Indian embroideries, originated in the land of rural Bengal. This craft is now embraced by many South Asian countries and practiced today by millions of Asian women. This artwork was discovered in the rural villages of Bengal and then suddenly disappeared in the early 19th century. After a few decades, the art was revived and thrived under the guidance of the daughter-in-law of the famous Bengali Nobel laureate, Rabindranath Tagore.


Since then, Kantha ikkat craft has never looked back and thrived well all over East Indian states such Bengal and Orissa. 


Today, Kantha's work is widely used in Indian ethnic dresses as well as Indo-western dresses and contemporary dresses. The art got its wide exposure in fashion areas such as sarees and kurtas. These dresses proudly display their exquisite Kantha embroidery. Be it straight running stitch or intricate embroidery art inspired from Hindu mythology and nature, Kantha's work in different forms is quite popular in the most common women's ethnic dresses like sarees and kurtas.