Frequently, it comes in elaborate embroidery, to provide a gorgeous get-up. The traditional shades are white, crème or beige, but at present a lot of experimentation is visible in colour, design and cut. Infact, the impressive innovation, is making this traditional attire, available in variety. Kurtas, now-a-days are used both as casual wear, or as formal attire, depending on the pattern of the Kurta.
A kurta, is in commonly worn with a lower garment, called Pajamas. The latter, is an Indian kind of loose trousers, drawn tight by a string around the waist. It stretches from the waist to the ankle. Pajamas, have, diverse cuts and styles.
A total outfit of Kurta-pajama, has often an additional embellishment of a decorated jacket, or a waistcoat, along with a dupatta, a cloth piece , draped around the neck in a cross-style.
Accompanying Kurtas with jeans, or formal trousers, too, is modern-day's latest fashion statement.
Girls flaunt themselves in resplendent Kurtas, and often in Pajamas, as the coziness, it is endowed it is suitable for a tropical country , like India.
In Bihar, in Bengal, in Jaipur, in Madhya Pradesh and almost in the whole of India, wearing Kurta-Pajamas is very much in vogue.
Kurta Pajamas, encompass the rural and the urban population of India, as a traditional yet trendy costume .
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