Kurta Pajama and Sherwani - one of the traditional dresses for men in Indian Subcontinent. Kurta is a long shirt worn by men with the Pajama which is the bottom or pant.Sometimes, Kurta is also worn with Dhoti (A long garment worn around instead of trouser). These days Kurta is also worn with Jeans. Kurta Pajama can be both worn as formal as well as casual wear. Sherwanis are usually made of heavy fabric. The Sherwani originated in South Asia and was the court dress of nobles of the royals of India, before being more generally adopted in the late eighteenth century. It was a combination of the Salwar Kameez and British Frock Coat made for men. It was worn by the people of higher levels.
These traditional dresses have crossed barriers of age and time and still remains the favourite of men for occasions like marraiges and traditional ceremonies. With the change in era, new designs and styles has been introduced. Kurta Pajama, Sherwani have become one of the most popular form of formal traditional wear among all religions and regions. There are variety of fabrics like raw silk, cotton and Khadi etc used to make these dresses. For summer, light weight cotton Kurtas are mostly worn. Whereas heavy worked Sherwanis are used for parties and other traditional occassion. Cutdana work, zari work, stone work, patch work is also used to beautify the look of Kurta Pajamas. Embroidery is an indispensable part in designing these attires. Modern men demands style with tradition and so the designers are bringing in so much of variety in the look and patterns. Different occasions demand different types of Kurta Pajama and Sherwani.
These days Kurta Pajama and Sherwani are among the latest trend with designer intervention. Different collar styles and sleeves’ innovative designs are known to attract men of all age group and is becoming a world-wide trend. Collection of these attires can be found in FancyStop here.