• Huge range of menswear for every kind of body type, size and taste.
  • The ethnic items available are unique and often not easily available even in the physical marketplace.
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  • Best fabrics and embroidery used.
  • Caters to a price range from casually affordable to classy and expensive.
  • Indian kurtas are a type of loose shirt that is worn by both men and women. The length of the shirt varies but typically ends somewhere around the knees, either above, just at, or below the knees. Basically, it is two rectangular pieces of fabric, a front and a back piece, that are sewn together at the sides. There are usually side seams, or slits, cut vertically at the bottom to allow for greater ease of movement. As for the sleeves, they are also a basic rectangular shape and they are in a straight, rather than a flared or tapered line, to the wrist.
  • The traditional kurtas would have a slit opening or a placket at the neck that would either be in the front of the chest or off center. Modern versions of the Indian kurtas will often have a mandarin or Nehru collar. Indian kurtas are made in a wide selection of materials including cotton, silk, georgette, wool and crepe. They can be embellished with sequins, patchwork, embroidery, lace, beads or resham. The modern version of Indian kurtas can also have a slightly nipped waist, pleats or a gently flared bottom.
  • In the past, Indian kurtas were worn mostly by men as a shirt. They would wear it over a pair of trousers or loose fitting pajama style bottoms. Today, Indian kurtas are considered a unisex item of clothing. Women may wear them as a dress or over a pair of blue jeans, leggings or trousers. They can be dressed up or dressed down depending on how it is worn and the accessories that are worn with it. Usually, the area around the neck will have a contrasting embellishment or a different color, whether it has a collar or not. The hem may also have a decorative trim that will match the collar. The sleeves on the modern kurtas are not always long, either. They can be elbow length or even short. Some may even have a cuff in a color that matches the other decorative trim.
  • The original Indian kurtas were a basic white, off-white, or cream color. The modern version is anything but basic. They can be found in virtually every color imaginable. Some are one solid color, such as yellow or red, while others are glorious mixture of prints and patterns. Other styles will have a geometric pattern, stripes, floral, check or paisley design. The color palette and combinations can be very unique. Some examples are sea green and rust in an abstract pattern or yellow, brown and cream in a floral design. They are available online in a vast array of styles, colors and price ranges. Anyone looking for a truly original piece of clothing will find it with Indian kurtas..

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This fawn cotton readymade kurta pajama is embellished with resham and patch work. Matching cotton pajama comes along with this. Mojari shown in the image is just for photography purpose. Slight variation in colour and patch patti is possible.
   Great product.
By Floridly Guy from Orlando, Fl on 1/27/2013 12:16:04 AM
Bottom Line :Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Comments :The extra work around the neck and down the front is great.
Dark Blue shot tone banarasi ghicha silk beads embroidered kurta with red poly cotton churidar. Mojari and dupatta shown is just for photography purpose. Half to one inch may differ in measurement. (Slight colour variation is possible).
   Love it
By Krunal from Chicago on 1/29/2013 3:00:24 AM
Bottom Line :Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Comments :Awesome, I loved it, thank you so much
Maroon art silk readymade kurta with black cotton silk churidar, designed with self weaving, resham and beads work. As shown mojari just for photography purpose. Slight colour variation is possible.
   Product as described
By Deep from Rochester, NY on 1/22/2013 1:24:05 AM
Bottom Line :Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Comments :Received the order in a timely manner. Color was accurately described on the site.
Mustard art dupion kurta with maroon cotton silk churidar, designed with resham, zari, stone, beads and cutdana work. Mojari just for photography purpose. Slight colour variation is possible.
   Fantastic Outfit
By Mtexeira from West New York, New Jersey on 1/5/2013 8:06:03 PM
Bottom Line :Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Comments :The outfit was such a great christmas gift, I really loved it. I am really excited to wear this to my gala that I will be attending. People at work have already complimented me wearing this one time. I would totally 100 percent recommend this outfit to friends.
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