I quit buying unstitched suits and running to my local tailor eons ago. Why take unnecessary trouble when you can shop for a stitched kurta set with the click of a button while lounging on your sofa. I also did the math and it turns out the former option (even without taking into account the cost of transport and the unnecessary snacking in between) did cost me 2X more than the latter! Myntra has good options when it comes to buying ethnic wear that has the 3Cs (casual, comfortable, cost-effective). However, after buying enough and more from Myntra, I scoured the Web (read LBB Shop) for similar options and found these reasonably priced yet stylish kurta sets. Don’t forget to thank me later, y’all!
Kurta Sets Under INR 2000 Like The Ones You Keep Buying On Myntra
Half Full Half Empty
Half Full Half Empty has some of the most chic looking kurta sets. Mostly boat neck kurtas paired with palazzos. I hastily added to cart this buttoned-down A-line kurta with contrast palazzos set. Best decision ever!
Need kurta sets you can wear to work as well as lounge at home in? Meve Clothing is where you should be looking for those. Like this monotone kurta and palazzo set in pink florals can be your WFH-cum-lounge wear. Definitely a more feasible option than our worn out pajamas.
If donning kurta sets and looking pretty is your thing, Myshka will be right up your alley. Simple yet striking kurta sets and at prices that will put any steal deals on Myntra to shame. Don’t believe us? You can get this beautiful anarkali kurta with printed dupatta set all for less than INR 2,000!
Smart ethnics and Indo-western wear that will make you deeply regret why you didn’t discover ZnX4ever earlier! This beautiful A-line kurta in floral print and blue palazzos has a very Westside vibe to it. In fact go ahead and check out their collection, you will probably be spoilt for choice.
The August Co
The August Co is awesome but you knew that already. What you probably didn’t know is that they have the comfiest kurta sets. Like this one mandarin collared solid coloured kurta with ikkat pants. Looks smart and casual. Their breezy co-ord sets and handloom dresses too are great picks for your summer wardrobe.
I love the variety Fabnest offers when it comes to fusion dressing. Kurtas, tops, dresses, shirts, tunics, jumpsuits or pants - It’s all about the basics. Love the summery vibe of this thread detail kurta set. Simple and suave.
Crafted For You
If your wardrobe is a print-happy place, add to the happiness with Crafted For You's kurta sets. From flowy palazzos to to classy kurtas, Crafted For You has quite a collection. Check out this Women Piping Detail Printed Blue Kurta With Printed Pants Set. A perfect pick for celebrations at home.
Love shopping for ethnic wear that looks great but does not burn a hole in your pocket? Like this stunning anarkali set in pink from Idalia. You will also love their solid coloured hem tunic and palazzo sets.
House of Jamoti
House of Jamoti really impresses with their designs and colour schemes. Finding a smart-looking three-piece suit set (with the dupatta we mean) is now easier than it was at one point. Love this mirror work cotton kurta set in cool blue from the brand.
Apart from the super pretty tussar silk and kantha sarees, Tamaannah, a Kolkata-based brand also has a bunch of beautiful options in kurta sets that you must check out. Our pick? A contrast piping & side slit detail pista green kurta with orange pants set.