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Tips To Select Kurta Designs Patterns According Your Personality

Kurtas have come a long way from a mere comfort wear to designer wear making special occasions more memorable. Wide varieties of them made in raw silk, dupian silk, brocade & jamwar fabric are becoming a fad among young trend seeking men of today. These kurta patterns comes in all hue and elegance, is stylish and easy to wear and excellent for any occasion. No doubt, men look gorgeous and masculine in this cool stuff.

Kurta designs are suitable for any physique; be it tall, short and sturdy. Kurtas heavily worked with embroidery, sequins, beads or pearls with a high neck imparts a kingly look to a tall, masculine man. Short men look good in plain, light colored kurta designs with fewer embellishments.

High neck is suited for a short, thin person. However, over sized men should go for a v or open neck kurta patterns with vertical designs- small motifs or polka dots instead of loud and heavy work. Front open, high neck, shirt collar and wide pathani V-neck kurtas make a husky, tall man hot and smart.

Embroidery on hemline of neck, cuffs and shoulder adds beauty and grace to any type of men. Dhoti style, Pathani style, Patiala, churidar, or more modish trouser style bottoms blend well with all types of Kurtas for a tall person.

However churidar type without pleats are best suited for short men. Dhoti or Patiala style bottoms will make them look shorter and blown up. Vibrant as well as pastel colors suits a well built, tall guy, however shorter ones should stick to neutral colors.

Kurtas has turned into a style statement for modern men who want to make a lasting impression. So guys, get ready to steal the show and bask in glory in this traditional yet modern outfit

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