Unique Collection Of Kurti — Stylish & Casual Attire, A New Look
Kurti as a Garment:
Kurti is the first and upper garments wear in Pakistan mostly. It is easy to wear and maintain. It is all the way comfortable dress. In Pakistan, male and female both wear Kurtis in different styles and designs. In Asia, Kurti is a garment of everyday wear as well as formal wear.
Pakistani Kurtis is accepted worldwide, and it looks elegant, versatile, stylish and decent all time. Now available in different cuts, fabric, quality, designs and colour. Kurti is also available in 3pcs and 2 pcs at Onieo.
Kurti is embellishing with tremendous and pleasing embroidery work of a different kind even worn on casual days and party also. You can find various styles of Kurti at Onieo.
Onieo launches a new collection on summer Kurtis like tail Kurti, A-line Kurti, Anarkali Kurti, long-tail Kurti etc. Kurti styles come with different embroidery, patch-work, lace-work, printed, traditional Kurti, ethnic Kurtis and Fashion Kurtis. Kurti also comes in long Kurti, short and some in frock style.
Frock styles even in different form like short, medium and long robes.
There are many necks, back & bottom border and sleeves design of ladies dresses in Onieo.
Onieo Designer Collection:
You can also find fabulous designer dresses in Onieo with different work and fabric. Onieo has an extensive collection of Ittehad, Khass stores and Jahanara with beautiful stitch and unstitches clothes.
Ittehad is a well-known brand that has different lavish and classic wear with a price range of 6500 to 8000 rupees. Khass stores have stylish and every day wear dresses within 4000 to 6000 rupees range. And Jahanara has a stunning colourful collection with the same price as Khass stores.
You can find Cotton, Chiffon, Crepe, Tissue, Lawn, Velvet and Silk collection of these vary with the seasonal changes at Onieo. But with the excellent quality fabric, they are durable, and colours are not going to fade. Usually, women wear Kurtis with bottoms like jeans, tights, trousers and shalwar. Some wear dupatta as a part of the dress and other places it at the shoulder for style, are in trending.