Kutchi Costumes are unique and some of the embroidered are very costly. The mirror work and embroidery work forms an integral part of Kutchi Handicrafts irrespective of the community or ethnic group to which they belong , however the workmanship differs. In fact the various communities can be identified by the pattern of handicrafts and dress or costumes they were. For instance, the Garacia Jat women wear only red or black chunis while Rabari women wear black open blouses or cholis with odhnis to cover head.
In the rural areas women wear Chaniya choli during the whole year, Chaniya choli's are of many designs and fashion. Typical Kutchi costume is incomplete without 'Abha' or 'Kanjari'. 'Abha' is the name of the typical choli worn by women folk and 'Kanjari' is a long blouse beautifully embroidered and with mirror work. Most men in Kutch wear loose trousers, a long-sleeved under-jacket, a short coat,. a plain or silk-bordered cloth. Normally men prefer white clothes except the Muslims who prefer colored clothes.

Jat's DressThey wear red or black cloth commonly known as 'GAGA'.

Jat men wear Khamis and Lungi.

Harijan males are normally seen in whites except during the festivals.

Ahir women's dress Young women wear gathered skirts of red, green, blue, orange or brown tie and die cloth with rich embroidery. Older married women wear plain black cotton tube skirts and simple decorated cotton or plain mashru blouses in subdued colors.

The dress of harijan lady mainly consist of cotton, silk or satin printed matrials skirt, blouse and chuni. However the style change in subgroup.

Rabari female dress includes long black woollen skirt-'Ludi' and backless blouse-'Kapadu'. The veil-'Odhani' is of black wool with tie & dye pattern.