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Indian men's kurta has not only made its presence felt in festive occasions but also has become the center of attraction of wedding parties. Here it's important to mention that Bollywood deserves a great applause for promoting traditional man clothing. Celebrities have a charismatic quality whatever they wear that becomes a fashion trend.

Bright shades in kurtas and sherwani have gained momentum. Other ethnic men wear ensemble includes kurta pajama, Nehru collared shirts, angarakha style, churidar achkans, bandgalas etc. Politicians can be spotted wearing our traditional outfit kurta pyjama. So, guys go and check out fabulous ethnic men swear and do not forget to attire the right accessory.

The traditional Kurta-Pyjama:
Kurta is a long comfortable garment, worn with a set of Pajamas, generally accompanied by embroidery. An Informal way of dressing in India, but can also be formal depending on the design. Available in variety of cuts and colors.
The Kurta or the top is a knee length collarless shirt, which is adorned, in mostly white or pastel colors. Kurta, which was at one point of time, the clothing of rural men is ruling urban men too. Indian men kurta has been gaining popularity and finding place in festivities. Men are also diverting towards man-embroidered kurta. Silk kurta for men once considered attire for kings and princes is also finding its place in men's wardrobes. In the contemporary times, trendy silk khadi kurtas are leading the fashion. Men can wear these fashionable designer kurtas along with a pair of jeans. It's comfortable and looks chic. It is fashionable to wear a short kurta also know as kurti with embroidery on jeans.

Bridal Kurta salwar or churidar:
A bride groom should wear something that reflects his styling and at the same time that sets him apart in the entire crowd. The latest trend is of groom fashion ethnic clothing. There are staggering varieties of ethnic wear for grooms.

As you travel in India, you'll find lot of diversities in Indian groom ethnic clothing. North Indian grooms attire sherwani with churidar & the ethnic dress is teamed with a turban. Whereas if you visit southern India, there the grooms bedeck dhoti more commonly known as 'Veshti' along with 'Jubba' i.e. kurta. But now there is a metamorphosis in ethnic styling in line with contemporary times.

Man kurta which is ideally knee length long has undergone a transformation. Guys for a more urbane & modernistic look can opt for calf length kurtas. Team it with a beautiful embroided stole and drop it on your shoulder. What makes a groom's dress distinguished is embellishment. Swaroski crystals and intricate embroideries like Zardosi have come to play their part and are sincerely performing their task of adorning the groom. Sequins and stone work looks classic.

Evergreen color in kurta is off-white. But now as times change, some new fashion rules the town. In the present scenario Bollywood celebrities have such a strong influence on the people that whatever they do or whatever they attire becomes a fashion style that everybody wishes to copy. Getting inspired by the stars of tinsel world of fashion, new kurtas and other ethnic arrivals are coming up in dark shades like black, maroon and dark blue. For the total complete look, wear royal mojris or jutties and then see people wont be able to take their eyes off you.

Bridal man kurta

Red kurta with contrast pajama and stole

Golden mens kurta.

Kurta with matching pajama and contrast stole

kurta turban

Kurta with turban, stole and dhoti

kurta dhoti

Bridal kurta with dhoti, juttis and stole

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