Blue Kurtas For Men
You can always trust the humble kurta to make you look your best, no matter how your body is built. Whether you attend a friend's sangeet or a protest rally for the local paper, the versatile restaurant usually responds to your clothes problems. But how do you wear the good old kurta without looking like you came from a sange (or a rally)?
When the plain gets old, contemporizing the staple wear of the Indian man will win you all your style points, as it is your lucky day on the flip-flop. From adding sneakers to your purple kurta to powdering your trench coat out of the closet to wear a black number, these are the ways you can fill your kurta style.
Define dignity and honor with a decent blue kurta filled with golden brown on the front neckline and edges of the sleeve. A Mughal-era feeling enhanced by slightly churidar pajama and corresponding khussa. A long straight kurta with stiff belt collar and self-print is perfect for all formal events and occasions. Worn with flat blue khussa and stolen on one arm, the ultimate grace is added. Pass your winters in a contemporary and ethnic style.
A blue jacket on your pajama with elegant shoes combines two worlds of fashion. Kurta Pajama is traditional ethnic wear for men who have never, and will never, been out of fashion. Not only will it make you look dapper if you dress up for any special occasion, but even a walk in the summer or a day out in the winter can be rocked perfectly by sporting a pajama resort. A-line kurtas are simple and chic! This style was one of the women in the past, but in 2018 we saw a lot of designers coming up with A-line kurtas for men as well. These cursors are fitted to the waist and flow loosely under the knee. If you are bothered with these straight-cut normal curtains, try the A-line kurtas because they are hot! Pair them with jeans or churidar and wear them for casual excursions.
Asymmetric necklaces or edgy hemlines add a young touch instantly! Swap your usual plain kurtas with these asymmetrical kurtas and pair them with churidar or skinny pants, juttis or shoes matching them. Perfect for sangeet wedding. High neck and Chinese collar curtains never really disappeared. From plain to printed, everyone's in! These kurtas give a sophisticated and elegant look. Pair them with churidar or Patiala pants, juttis or shoes that match or contrast. To add a royal and formal touch to your traditional look, simply add a jacket! Jacket kurtas are one of the most versatile pieces of clothes in the wardrobe of every man. And these days they 're becoming more popular
Kurtas can be paired with a short or long buttoned jacket. Team them with the same or loose churidar pants. Perfect for weddings or festival meetings with friends.
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