Types of Trendy Bottoms to Pair with your Kurtas

A kurta pajama is one Indian men’s clothing that can never lose its charm. However, it can get a little boring to look at when paired the same way as it always is – a glamorous men’s kurta with a simple pajama. This has always been a norm among men for any traditional event.

For those of you who are tired of the monotonous look you have been flaunting at all the family occasions, festivals, and weddings, here are a few trendy bottoms you can pair with your kurtas for a jazzier look:

Dhoti Pants: A new trend that has emerged with Indian traditional outfits is pairing a dhoti pant with a kurta. The gathers of the dhoti make for a charming appearance when shaped perfectly to fit you. While the dhoti is sure to be loose, you can get a snug fit done around your waist to make it look appealing rather than a haphazard effort that is shabby to behold.

Pajamas: Pajamas are the long-term companions of kurtas and sherwanis for men with their simplicity and the way they fit. However, there is no set rule to wearing a kurta pajama. You can try trendier styles of pajamas or stick to the traditional style, depending on your comfort and sense of fashion. One thing’s for sure, you can never go wrong with a traditional attire if you pair it right.

Churidaar pants: Churidaar pants are another alternative to the usual pajamas that you are no doubt bored of. While it was earlier considered a style of dressing more suited for women, fashion is quickly evolving to allow more major trends to seep into men’s fashion as well. Pairing churidar bottoms with a snugly fitting men’s kurta are bound to steal the show anywhere you go.

Paired with the right accessories, all of these looks are sure to make a lasting impression at every event you attend in these fabulous ensembles. Make sure you go for the right shades and colours while choosing the accessories to keep your look sober and elegant.

Vikas Chaudhary

Vikas Chaudhary

Vikas Chaudhary is a Fashion Blogger with 14+ years of experience in the Indian Clothing industry. He has high level of expertise in Indian traditional outfits.