Dupion Men’s Kurta Pyjama for Luxury Wear

Enjoy the luxurious feel of Dupion silk with the Dupion men’s kurta pyjama. Read further on how to style this trendy ethnic garment.

Ideal Blue Art Dupion Silk Kurta Pyjama

       Ideal Blue Art Dupion Silk Kurta Pyjama

 Silk is considered a luxury fabric all over the world and is highly priced and valued almost everywhere and so much more in regions of Asia such as Japan, China, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. The reason behind its popularity in these regions is its use in making traditional ethnic garments. The silk kimono from Japan, the classic sherwani in silk fabrics from Pakistan and the silk kurta pyjama from India are prime examples of the use of silk to make beautiful ethnic wear. Silk has many variations, like ghicha silk, jacquard, tussar silk and Dupion silk just to name a few. The Dupion men’s kurta pyjama is an excellent example of the use of silk and its variations to create sought after and stylish ethnic wear for men. Read further to know how to effectively style this kurta pyjama stitched with Dupion silk.

For Festive and Wedding Wear

Dupion as a variation of silk is known for its aesthetic look and accentuated sheen making it an ideal fabric for festive and wedding wear in India where colors rule at any event. The Dupion men’s kurta pyjama is popular for its lustrous surface owing to the luxury fabric it is made of. This kurta in bright shades of blue, red and orange is best matched with a cotton churidar pant and worn with mojris. Keep the silhouette current, with a slim fit straight cut garment and add charm to the ensemble with a bandgala Nehru Jacket. This complete ensemble is sure to put you in the spotlight at festive occasions and wedding receptions. Roll up the sleeves for that semi casual, carefree look and style your hair in spikes for that over all indo-western fusion look. Your wardrobe would never be the same with this ensemble.

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