Thursday, 14 May 2015

Men’s traditional wear

Whether it is casual purpose or formal purpose the kurta pajama for men fits on both of them. It is quite comfortable to the person wearing it. It has taken the place of night suit for men due to the advent of new western dresses but still it is used in functions with making changes on it. Kurta pajama is attire for men which looks traditional and often worn on special events. It is not a very different type of dress. It is very popular among men. 


Kurta Pajama has got its name from Persian language. Kurta means colorless shirt and pajama means garment for leg. It is worn on different countries like Pakistan, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and also in Nepal.  It consists of kurta and pajama. The designers have made changes into it to make it look good and attractive. It is used in some festive occasion and celebrations. It enhances the attractiveness of the atmosphere.

Designer kurta for men is a different type of kurta for men having some changes into it. It is the imagination of the tailor and the customer which makes a simple kurta a designer kurta. The changes are done on neck, sleeve, bottom, stoles etc. Designer kurta are specially made for some special occasions and festivals. The base is the original kurta. The changes done on simple kurta can make it slim kurta, Nehru style kurta, sherwani style kurta etc.


Designer kurta has hybrid the tradition with the modern culture. Designers have presented a fabulous range of designer kurta for men with different embroidery and colors. These changes have given the newness in this attire.

Fashion suits for men have evolved from the western outfits. Some changes are introduced into the common suit to make it suitable for special occasion. It makes the personality of the person wearing it adorable and from a simple graduate he changes to the professional executive. It brings respect to the person wearing it. The person wearing suit shows that he is very much sincere and careful about his appearance.

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