May what the season is the first ethnic attire that comes into mind is the Kurta, as it also makes up for a stylish avatar when worn in style.
From fancy to modern, kurtas come in every type and each one of it has its own charm. A kurta is just like a loose collarless shirt. It can be long and knee length or short and hip or even waist length. It can be worn with denims too although initially they were worn with salwar’s, pajama’s, dhoti’s or jodhpur pants.
To make your kurta look more charismatic a few add-ons or accessories can really help you elevate your look. A choice of fabrics blending with the season’s authenticity is abundance now days.
Check out some essential tips on how to wear the Kurta in style
The Traditional Look
Team up the kurta with a traditional dhoti. If your main concern is to look and feel comfortable, then a button dhoti or broad tulip pant should be your choice for the lower part of the outfit. Nowadays dhotis are becoming very popular amongst youngsters as well as elderly people too.
The Jacket Combination
You can wear the kurta with an ethnic Nehru jacket or any type of stylish upper. You can elevate your look considerably by adorning a jacket above your kurta. This will make you look suitable not just for traditional functions, but it can also be used for any cocktail party or a cultural fest.
Accessorize your look
Wrap a stole around your kurta. It might sound like a minor accessory, but a draped stole can add quite a bit of pleasant drama to your overall look of kurta pajama. You can get plenty of options these days when it comes to stoles specifically designed for men.