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Fashionista NOW: Hand Block Print Kurta With A Modern Twist

A modern interpretation of a traditional kurta awashed in earthy colors and charming floral and geometric motifs.

Diwali is about to sneak up on you. And if you’re finding it hard to locate an Indian kurta that is not only made of soothing, breathable fabric, but also given a contemporary twist?

Well, breathe a sigh of relief because you’re about to eyeball a list of highly-covetable hand-block kurta for fashionable women who appreciate the mixture of modern and traditional elements.

Kanisa Crafts boast a selection of eye-catching long kurta that just wouldn’t leave my attention. The Jaipur-based boutique is owned by a creative talent with a passion for hand-block print designs which are strongly evident in their beautiful kurta collection. I’ve chosen a list of 5 kurta styles from their virtual shelves to delight your eyeballs.

The creator behind Kanisa Crafts states that her love for stitching and hand-printed fabrics moved her to create traditional apparels with a modern twist. Combining the Indian traditional printing techniques and designs, Kanisa Crafts stretch its creativity further, by utilizing fashionable modern fashion accents. You can witness the little contemporary details (such as pom poms and tassels) in the kurta interpretations and finally give your kurtas an update just in time for the Diwali season! Enjoy.


Green Contrast Print Long Kurta


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Green Geometric Print Tassel Kurta


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Green Paisley Print Long Kurta


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Peach Floral Print Long Kurta


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Red Floral Print Kurta + Skirt Set


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Love the long modern kurta handcrafted by Kanisa Crafts? Then, be sure to show them some real love!

“Each one of you carries the potential to blossom like flowers. When you blossom, petals of your mind open and the fragrance spread far and near.” ? Banani Ray

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