Pathani Suit for Men's
Normally men like to dress in short kurtas for casual or semi formal occasions. Styling a short pathani kurta with trousers or jeans is a common style we see at Indian occasions and festivals. This is where the typical style of a pathani suit kurta comes in, we know this clothing style has been in from the Mughal era and still is worn by men for functions. The pathani kurta suits for men can be got online from our website G3fashion.com. Not only do we bring new designs of a simple kurta in pathani collar neck but also ones which can be paired and styled unique for such events.
Pathani Suit Design for Man
The men's pathani suit designs are more towards the casual wear look, but when designed with little minimal work and golden add-ons of buttons or you may see some pathani kurta online designs with chest pocket work and collar neck work. These kinds are worn for festivals like EID pathani kurta styles and pathani kurta suits for men to wear at wedding ceremonies. Our g3fashion pathani kurta styles are in a pathani collar which has a shirt collar and front placket patti which has smaller buttons. Shop online men's pathani suits which has pathani kameez till knee-length, it may be a long pathani kurta till calf or the latest styles of men's short pathani kurta which come above knee and some till thigh level that are all available to shop online in India from G3+ Fashion online store.
Pathani Suit for Wedding
Wearing a pathani suit with a loose pajama or salwar is the classic style, today we see shorter kurta in pathani pattern that is paired with straight cut pants or jodhpuri pants. The pathani kurta in printed designs and also minimal work style are perfect for a wedding function, while plain linen or cotton pathani suits online collection we have been in a number of colors perfect for casual and festive dressing. Our styles of pathani suit online shopping for men can get them in alien or diagonal hemline styles paired with straight cut pants. These are also found in modern design of side overlap angrakha style placket opening of a man's pathani kurta.