Kurta Ka Design: Where Tradition Embraces Contemporary Chic
Creating traditional clothing for men demands careful consideration of small details and a great deal of creativity. This is because it can be challenging for men to find stylish Indian outfits that are not too flashy or extravagant. However, at Manyavar, we've transformed that with our collection, which offers a wide variety of options. We use luxurious fabrics and offer a range of colours, from soft pastels to bold and rich shades, to add vibrancy to our designs. We also showcase elegant prints and patterns, giving each piece a high-fashion touch. Undoubtedly, kurtas have become one of the most popular apparel and are expected to be available in many styles, cuts and designs.
As ‘desi’ as it can get, the Pathani style Khan kurta features a collared neckline and falls below the knee. For a subtly masculine look, team a bold colour design with off-white trousers and black jutis.
As the name suggests, they feature an asymmetrical hemline, which adds a unique look to your outfit. They are available in different styles ranging from high-low hemlines to asymmetric cuts. Get your festive style game on point by opting for an asymmetrical yellow kurta. Pair it with beige straight-fit trousers and black chappals for a completely done-up look.
These are not just for traditional occasions; you can also pair them with jeans and stylish shoes for a trendy look. For your office party, we recommend donning a solid colour or printed short style with a mandarin collar. Complete the look by pairing it with black men's pajamas and traditional black sandals.
While shopping at Manyavar, you will have never-ending options to choose from. For a daytime event or a humble housewarming puja, you can opt for a lush pinkish or gajaree-hued kurta in comfortable blended viscose material. You can pair this with simple off-white pajamas and open-toe jutis. For a festive occasion like an Eid feast, you can don a Cream Kashmiri Embroidery Kurta Set that would go effortlessly well with a pair of sandal-style jutis.
Likewise, you can dress up in a floral printed blue satin style with an angrakha-style neck and front pattern for festive celebrations such as a Diwali party. You can team this with a pair of contrasting beige patiala and jutis. Furthermore, when contemplating what to wear to a luxurious wedding party, our collection can be your ultimate saviour. We recommend choosing an attire featuring delicate prints and an eye-catching asymmetric hemline. This would go well with a pair of dark-toned lowers and modish black jutis for a sharp Indo-Western touch.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How can I look good in Kurta?
We suggest experimenting with different colours, such as light or dark hues. Alternatively, take a break from the basic colours. You can go with shades of blue, pink, and yellow. You can elevate your summer style with our breathable and comfortable cotton kurta.
Where should Kurta be worn?
These are an iconic and essential component of every man's wardrobe. Simple, minimalistic kurtas can be worn for your housewarming puja or casual lunches with your friends and family. Likewise, for a wedding party, choose a design in luxurious fabric, such as satin or printed silk-blended material.
How do you know the best Kurta for your body type?
If you wish to wear an outfit that elongates your body proportions, you can pick a knee-length kurta. If you want to divide your body length for a crisp yet casual appeal, choose the short-length style. To add a sleek look to your body, go for an angrakha style kurta.
Is Kurta with Denim a good go-to for Men?
Kurtas for men look great with denim. It is an evergreen combination that never goes out of style. You can pair a short style with loose-fit jeans to ace the effortlessly dapper casual look.
How can you take care of your Indian Traditional Kurta?
We always suggest that you dry clean as it will help maintain its vibrant colours and intricate designs for a longer period. This ensures that the outfit remains in pristine condition, preserving its original beauty and texture.
Can Men Wear Kurta to a Wedding?
Yes, men can, without a doubt, wear it to a wedding, if styled correctly. In fact, there is now a myriad of wedding kurtas on Manyavar that can be effortlessly worn to weddings and festive occasions.
Which Kurta colours are best for Engagement?
Numerous factors dictate this decision, and some of them include the time of the occasion (day or night), theme, personal style, etc. Some of the most popular colour choices are royal blue, light green, light pink, etc.
What things to consider while wearing a Kurta?
Layer up with a Nehru Jacket.
Add complementing accessories.
Mix and match with different bottoms/lowers.
Experiment with different patterns and prints.
Can a Dhoti be paired with Kurta?
Yes, a dhoti can be paired with a kurta. You just have to ensure that the one you choose perfectly complements your outfit.
What should be the ideal length of Men's Kurta?
The ideal length completely depends on personal preference and the occasion type. With that said, it is generally recommended that the length of it should be around two inches below the knee.
Can Kurta be paired with different lowers for Men?
Yes, it can be paired with different lowers for men. From classic pajamas to flared dhotis, the options are endless.
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