The definite origin of Kurta is difficult to nail down, but it is the magnetic bearer of rich history stretching over millennia and its roots go back several centuries on the Eastern hemisphere.
Kurta! a long loose shirt, the length of which is below or maybe just above the knees of a person who wears it. In early times, it was usually worn by men, but today, it has become a unisex dress that both men and women can wear in a similar way.
Depending on one’s personal preference. The Kurta can be teamed with a churidar as well as a loose-fit salwar.
In contemporary times, many youngsters don kurta along with a funky pair of jeans. It is a very flexible dress that can be worn on formal as well as informal occasions. Many even wear them at work.
Most Eastern men prefer wearing kurta pajama during the night and it is due to its extreme comfort. That it has become a popular choice amongst the other nightwear available.
Kurta is quite popular amongst the youngsters. Who prefer wearing them in their informal social gatherings.The basic idea of maintaining a distinctive style of their own.
An interesting thing about the Kurta is that its sleeves do not narrow down (as in the case of most of the sleeves designed in the western style) and fall straight to the wrist.
A Kurta does not have cuffed sleeves and its side seams are left open for the easy movement of the wearer.
The traditional Kurtas do not have any collar and their openings are usually centered on the chest. However, the modern Kurtas have undergone a major transformation and have to stand up collars such as the Nehru collar.
During the summer season, Kurtas made up of light silk and cotton are in great demand, while during winters, people usually look for heavy fabrics such as wool, Khadi silk or may be handspun.
The buttons used in the design are mostly wooden or plastic.
Kurtas are good for comfortable dressing and are great for both formal and casual occasions. They are undoubtedly classy and elegant, which is why they never go out of fashion.
Hence, it must be said that kurtas have indeed revolutionized the way Pakistani men dress.
It has started a new fashion trend that has not only influenced Pakistan. Its neighboring countries, but it has had a huge impact on western countries too.