Stay Comfortable with Regular Ethnic Kurta Pajama for Menby Vikram Sharma Textile designer
Regular wear clothing should be comfortable, and it's even better when it has an ethnic flair. T-shirts and jeans are widely regarded as the most comfortable outfits to wear throughout the day. Kurta pyjamas, on the other hand, are unquestionably the most comfortable and light Indian men's clothing. While western wear can provide the same level of comfort, the flexibility that a loose-fitted kurta provides is far superior to what a shirt or even a T-shirt or cotton vest can provide.
Here's how we recommend you style your kurta pyjama to be both comfortable and stylish:
How to Style your Casual Outfit without going Overboard?
Men typically wear kurta pyjamas only for formal occasions. However, this number can also be worn on a daily basis by wearing regular wear kurta pyjamas made from materials more suited to everyday use. Here's how you should wear or style your kurta pyjama on a daily basis:
Choose the right materials
If you plan to wear the outfit every day, avoid materials designed for special occasions such as silks, georgettes, and so on. Cotton is the best material to choose if you intend to wear your kurta pyjamas every day. Linen is another fabric that can be worn on a daily basis without detracting from the appearance of the outfit or causing damage to the fabric. Whether it's summer, monsoon, autumn, or fall, you can wear a cotton or linen kurta pyjama to work or on a day off and still look put-together.
Choose comfortable footwear
If there is anything worse than wearing uncomfortable clothes, it is wearing uncomfortable shoes. When it comes to western outfits, men have a lot of options to look at and choose from. However, with the Indian war, your options may be limited to a few that you can choose from based on the situation. If you are used to wearing kurta pyjamas to work every day, you can invest in good mojdis that are soft and comfortable to wear on a daily basis. Because most offices have dress codes when it comes to footwear, you can choose one that adheres to the rules set by your company while still complementing your outfit perfectly.
Opt for short kurtas
Instead of wearing long kurtas with your pyjamas, opt for shorter kurtas for everyday wear. You can't go around town in a kurta if you want to keep your outfit low-key and casual. Short kurtas, on the other hand, are more fashionable, with a western twist that makes them appear more like trendy wear. Shorter kurtas, which are a cross between a shirt and a kurta, can be paired with anything and allow the wearer to remain both comfortable and stylish throughout.
Pair kurtas with regular pants
This is an idea that most men can get behind. While pyjamas are versatile, they aren't always the entertaining attire that they are portrayed to be. If you intend to wear kurta pyjamas as regular outfits, you should keep at least one aspect of your overall ensemble 'regular.' Instead of wearing a pyjama with your kurta, simply wear your regular jeans, corduroys, or everyday wear pants and trousers to make the ensemble look as casual as possible without looking like you've tried too hard to match. Cigarette pants are an excellent substitute for pyjamas.
Steer clear of jewellery or accessories
Whereas we frequently recommend wearing accessories with your kurta pyjama to up the style quotient, you should avoid wearing them with a casual wear kurta pyjama. Simply pair your regular kurtas with your favourite bottoms and your most comfortable footwear to complete your outfit for the day. If you enjoy jewellery and prefer to wear it even on a casual day, you can opt for gemstone bracelets that play peek-a-boo with the wrist of your kurta. If you like jewellery, you can also wear stainless steel chains. This can be worn even if you aren't wearing a kurta pyjama.
All of the aforementioned tips can assist you in keeping your kurta pyjama look simple yet elegant for a casual day outing. If you enjoy showing off your ethnic roots, you can wear this look to work every day.
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