Party Wear Kurtas For Men
Looking to add an ethnic touch to a formal occasion? The wide range of designer Kurtas at Limeroad will dress you up like no other.
Kurtas are traditional Indian apparel that go well at all kinds of occasions, be it formal or informal. At the event of a dressy cocktail party, a plush Kurta styled the right way is a sure shot way for you to steal the show!
Types Of Party Wear Kurtas
From the vast tradition that ethnic clothing has to offer, choosing the appropriate style and design is the most important step in making sure you look nothing less than vogue. Here are some types of Kurtas that are sure to match your style statement!
Party Wear Kurtas ought to be a tad bit more dressy than your ordinary everyday wear. That's why Limeroad brings to you a collection of various colours, materials, and designs to choose your party attire from.
The most dressy Kurtas come in the famous Zardozi Embroidery. This is a kind of metallic embroidery done resembling traditional Gold work. Apart from this, other designs in Shadow Work are also Prominent in Lucknowi Kurtas. Most party wear Kurtas are characterised by Mandarin Necks, ornate with designer detailing around the area.
Styling Such Kurtas
Only apparel isn't enough, is it? A man needs to style his ensemble with pride, and dress it with his charm to make the best out of this attire!
Check out the Black Silk Blend Kurta at Limeroad to style up the latest in trend Black and Maroon Kurta Pyjama ensemble! While colours add vibrance to any occasion, the royal Sherwani look is best sported in solid White, Black, and Beige colours. When going for a more mature look, the evergreen Jamawar Shawls are the ideal to heat up your blingy Winter Evenings. Jamawar Shawls are traditional Kashmiri Shawls, with beautiful floral and paisley designs that add a charm to the wearer like nothing else! And ofcourse, whoever said that men do not have variety? Formal Kurtas can be paired with a variety of lowers from Dhotis to Chinos to give you a high end fashionable look.
So what is your ethnic style statement going to be?