5 Debates Regarding Men’s Indian Kurta Pajama

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Most men dread buying kurta pajama alone and prefer seeking an opinion from someone who has fashion knowledge and sense. But what is it that makes the decision to buy kurta pajama online such a complicated process? Well, it’s the choices that you have to make regarding different elements of this traditional attire, such as footwear, stole, jacket, type of work, etc. Men are never known for giving their shopping time so much importance or time. Also, they take comparatively less time to get ready than women. However, when it comes to wearing Kurta Pajama for Men, things are pretty different. They constantly fret about what is the right choice of color, work, shoes, and whatnots. If you also find yourself on the same wavelength every time you have to don kurta pajama, then rest your anxieties here. We have listed a few questions or you can say confusions that most men face while wearing Indian attire. Go through them and their solution below:

Bling or Plain
This is the first question that strikes the mind when we Buy Designer Kurta Pajama from shop or online. We often find embroidered attires too gaudy and plain pieces are too normal for the occasion for us. So what’s the solution? Well, if you have to attend a day ceremony, then opt for light colors with little or no design on the kurta. However, for night function, dark colors and detailed work is preferred.

Short Kurta or Long
Short kurtas are more like casual shirts that need not be tuck in. Whether you are going to the office where formals are not necessary or for a normal get together, you can pick these short kurtas and pair them with a pair of jeans. When we talk about long kurta, they are more for traditional or formal events that require you to dress up. But, you can wear cotton kurta pajama for casual looks too.

Formal Footwear or Juttis
Of course, the best choice of footwear for Indian Kurta Pajama is Kolhapuri chappals, Juttis or sandals. Anyone of them can complete your traditional look perfect for a traditional occasion. However, nowadays, we can see boys trying fusion look and experimenting with their footwear. They are wearing formal shoes and loafers with Indian attires and surprisingly this look has become quite popular for weddings and social functions.

Stole or Jacket
This is certainly the biggest confusion that boys face when they buy kurta pajama online. Whether one should pick a jacket or stole to pair it with the traditional attire, this is the question that many boys ask us often. You can wear printed and dark colored jacket on plain and light colored kurta. Moreover, you can also carry it on jeans and shirt for traditional occasions or formal evenings. Stoles are also quite in these days but buy it only if you can carry it confidently throughout the function. Avoid wearing a jacket and stole together just because you like them both, the final look might not be what you have expected.

Salwar or Chooridar
There is a major difference between the looks of these two bottoms and one should select amongst them according to the personality and comfort. Salwars are loose bottoms that are fitted at the ankles. They are mostly worn by North Indian men at traditional ceremonies. On the other hand, chooridars are skinny pajamas that form creases at the ankle. 

We hope that this article will help you with your kurta pajama shopping. No matter what you wear or buy, remember that the key factor is to feel comfortable in your outfit and wearing a smile that is a prerequisite to look good.

Summary: If you want to buy or wear kurta pajama in the next function but have no idea how to design the whole look, then here are a few tips that will help you with your confusion.

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