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5 Ways to Pair Cotton Kurta Sets for Men

5 Ways to Pair Cotton Kurta Sets for Men

Cotton kurta sets are closet staples for men. For centuries, kurtas have been worn comfortably every day but versatile enough to be made for extravagant occasions. You’ll find that the modern take on these clothes is more stylish and trendier to wear, too. You can style them differently depending on the style, fabric, or print. Here are some ideas to help you put your look together.


  1. With jeans

Wear your cotton kurta with your favourite pair of jeans for a casual look. The jeans-and-kurta combination is a classic look you’ll love to wear daily for effortless style. Try dark wash denim with a light-coloured kurta and light wash jeans for dark-coloured kurtas. Add some edge to your look by considering ripped jeans or skinny jeans worn with lace-up combat boots.


  1. Harem pants

Harem pants are trendy these days, and you can wear them elegantly with cotton kurtas. They give kurtas a fresh style for festive occasions while making the wearer appear taller as the fabric bunches at the ankles. They work best for kurtas with thigh-high lengths.


  1. With dhoti pants

Cotton kurta sets may come with dhoti pants, making them ideal if you want to stay comfortable during cultural or festive events. Consider investing in high-quality dhoti pants in various tones or colours and refer to the kurta’s pattern to make the best choice.


  1. Jodhpuri pants

Do you want a western touch to your outfit? Wear a pair of Jodhpuri pants with your kurta. Choose a dark-coloured kurta and pair it with a sober-coloured bottom. Want some contrast? Look for patterned or contrasting cotton kurta sets.


  1. Pyjamas

Aligarh pyjamas are among the new and stylish innovations in bottoms that go well with kurtas. These pants are straight-cut with flared bottoms, making them easy and comfortable to wear. Or stick to the traditional straight-cut pyjamas if you’re looking for more versatile bottoms for Sangeet and festive events.

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