This is a question I had to be answered by my mom many years ago before I could wear that Glitz Colors blue kurti in the picture. My mom wrote the recipe on a scrap of paper which has been lost. So I went on a little quest to find some good solutions for keeping Kurta and Kurti in bright colors.
Stylish Kurta makes you feel good and help you stand out from other people. If you want to look good and feel good at the same time, you need to invest in good quality Kurta & Kurti. You can buy trendy Kurta & Kurti online or in stores but if you’re looking for 100% cotton Kurta and Kurti that feel like a second skin, athleisure brands are your best bets.
Keeping your clothes neat and tidy can be as challenging as finding the time to do it. It seems like everywhere you look, there are piles of clothes collecting dust. If something fits you well, takes care of you well, is easy to care for, and takes up little space, it will be more likely to be worn than something that doesn't fit you at all or looks wrong on you. Nevertheless, fashion trends come and go, leaving behind their fans in droves. The key to staying relevant with today’s fashions lies in determining what does and does not fit today’s consumers. The key is identifying whether your target audience is made up of those who are looking for popular Kurta and Kurti at any cost or those who are willing to sacrifice comfort for utility.
Just keep only the clothes that spark joy
Just keep only the clothes that spark joy. That's enough for me. When I look at a new collection of clothes, I don't want to buy into hype or fads. I want to find clothes that are timeless and easy to wear. New trends come and go, but simplicity always stays around. My style is simple, but it's bold. If you follow us on Instagram, you know how hard I try to find ways to be unique while still living a regular life. My goal is to be able to look at something new and be like, "Oh my God, that's so awesome"
De-clutter and use a garment bag
It's important to have Kurta and Kurti that don't take up much space. Your closet should be a place where you can feel organized and free. However, having too much stuff in your closet can make it hard to get inspired and inspired. It can feel like your wardrobe is controlling you and you are not willing to do anything about it. It can be limiting in that you won't have the room or resources to try new things. The solution is simple: take clothes that you love but don't wear that often and put them in a garment bag. Make sure these items don't take up much room and can be put on immediately without having to throw them away or dig through your closet.
Wash your favorite clothes in cold water repeatedly (dirties less)
If you're anything like me, you have a pile of clothes that you wear once and then throw in the washing machine. I prefer my Kurta and Kurti to be freshly laundered instead of languishing in a pile with other clothes that need to be folded or thrown away. This is where a stuffed warm bag was then taken out for thorough washing. The fibers in a kurta separate from each other as they are soaked through, so when you're done with one kurta you've gotten rid of as much dirt as possible while getting wrinkles removed from your clothes.
When buying new Kurta and Kurti it is important to wash them immediately after purchasing so that the water does not degrade the material. Most patterns include instructions on how long to wash your Kurta and Kurti, but you should wash them as soon as possible after purchase so you can be certain that the quality of the material is not affected. To wash any item that requires prewashing it must be placed in a tight container with hot water. Mix one part bleach with one part warm water and place the item in a sink filled with fresh water for at least 15 minutes.
If you can't give it away, box it up
If you want something truly unique, then you have to be willing to invest at least some of your hard-earned money. Staying passionate about something requires an investment of time and energy. Disregard distribution in our culture has led to a hoarding mentality for many things. Whether it’s collecting pre-owned items, or hoping that a rare collectible will come up for sale at a good price, we are becoming difficult to offer something for free. The solution is simple: if you can't give it away, box it up and keep it safe until the day you decide it's time for it to be re-distributed (if that ever comes).
Give it away. Put it on eBay, collectibles site, or Facebook. Have you ever thought about how people feel about free stuff? It's a tricky subject with tricky results. The truth is that most people are just as hooked on purchasing things as they are on receiving them, free or otherwise. If you can give people something for free without strings attached, they're much more likely to give you their money than if you offer something for free but demand something in return. In other words: """"Give away stuff you don't need"""" is a great philosophy for marketing, especially eCommerce.
Takeaway: You don't need to own a lot of Kurta and Kurti to look good. In fact, for every one item you own, you probably have 10 items of clothing that you could wear with it.