The Ultimate Guide to Kurtas for Every Occasion
We Indians love ethnic wear for every occasion, especially our weddings. Do you feel that women dominate the fashion scene? Well, show them who’s boss by exploring a collection of the latest men’s kurtas that are a mix of tradition and modernity. These ethnic outfits are here for you to steal the show and make you the centre of attention.
Kurtas for Festivals and Functions
1. High-Low Kurta
This style usually has a short front and a long back. It is a good style for today’s men as they love to have the most fashionable outfits for their occasions and festivals. It can also be worn for pre-wedding functions.
2. Fancy Kurta
These kurtas usually have very complex handwork that takes several months or years. This is the most traditional form of men’s kurta worn for generations. Heavy with embroidery, this can be complemented with mojari, tassel stole and a black watch for a modern look.
3. Printed Kurta
These are multicoloured and are also very pleasing to the eye. Nothing can lift your mood better than a mix of different patterns and prints. They are suitable for daytime functions and can be paired with contrasting pyjamas. They can be accessorised with jute shoes or kolhapuris and darkened sunglasses. Men today wear these types of pyjama kurtas in functions like Haldi.
Kurtas for Weddings
1. Bandhgala Kurta Pyjama:
These kurtas are a blazer that can be buttoned up to the neck and trendy, making it a formal appeal. It is comfortable at winter weddings as it keeps warm and has a traditional look, and can be accessorised with a luminous clutch, a black watch and oxfords.
2. Silk Kurta Pyjama
These are the basic silk kurta pyjamas. This kurta pyjama is stylish because silk is considered the “queen of fabrics.” It can be paired with a churidar and is ready to celebrate your friend or family member’s wedding. You can accessorise it with a safa, Jodhpuri juttis, and scarf.
3. V Neck Kurtas
As the name suggests, these kurtas have a v-neckline and can be your go-to if you have a well-built and muscular body. These are also very stylish when worn, and they can be worn for weddings and evenings and can be accessorised with white churidar pants and a pair of juttis.
4. Woollen Kurta
This kurta is perfect for winter weddings as it gives a warm and welcoming feel to the wearer and lets you enjoy the wedding despite the severe cold. It can be accessorised with white churidar pants, a woollen stole and dress shoes.
Kurtas for Everyday
- Half Sleeves Kurta
These are different from traditional long sleeve kurtas for extra comfort, and they also allow for easier hand movement. It can be worn for casual events and accessorised with a fitted churidar, black leather strappy sandals and a vintage watch.
- Pathani Kurta Pyjama
True to its name, this type of kurta pyjama is mostly worn by Muslims, but nowadays, men of all religions prefer it. It has a collared neckline and falls below the knee, and it gives a feeling of power to whoever wears it. It can be paired with dhoti pants, and the look is complete and gives a traditional air. It can be accessorised with Pathani juttis, a black watch and a brooch.
- Cotton Kurta Pyjama
These are extremely simple, lightweight and easy to wear men’s kurta pyjamas. They are ideal for all seasons and can be styled in different ways, and they look even more elegant when paired with chinos. The outfit can be accessorised with a classic watch, a pearl necklace, and shiny black shoes.
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