Kurta Churidar

This form of dress is fast witnessing a general acceptance among the contemporary men in kerala. Though a North Indian form of dress it has wide acceptance and is frequently worn by a select class of people. Churidars consist usually of fine muslins or cottons and white in color. The traditional churidar is tied with a nara at the waist. New variants come with an elastic, and do away with the hassle of tying the knot (of the nara, i.e)! What is special about them is that they are longer than the legs. Their extremes are crinkled and crumpled to fit. Creases thus developed resemble 'churis' or bangles, hence the name churidars. A churidar is a perfect accompaniment to long kurtas and sherwanis.


A Jodhpuri suit is a fine blend of Indian and western tastes and comes with a coat and a trouser, at times accompanied by a vest. It brings together the western cut with Indian hand embroidery escorted by the very famous Nehru Collar. Though it has been around in Kerala for a long time it has still not grown to be that popular even in cities.

Kurta Pajama

it is a Long comfortable garment, worn with a set of Pajamas and comes usually with embroidery. An Informal way of dressing, it can also be formal depending on the design. It is available in variety of cuts and colors.


It is a long coat like garment, worn by men close to the body, reaching below knee-length and opening in front with button-fastenings. This form of dress adds glamour and style and is used for ceremonial occasions like weddings, parties etc
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