Like Fabindia? Ditch Tees And Go Full Local With These Comfy Home Kurtas
These Ikat kurtas are what you men need when it's a family function or just a day of festival when you don't want to keep changing attires one after the other. These kurtas from Uttariya are made from cotton and have a mandarin collar with few buttons to allow ventilation within. We loved the Ikat prints in black, red and white that had a very ethnic tribal feel to them. With a pyjama or just with a pair of trousers, these are max comfort. Another perk? These kurtas have buttons at the half length of your sleeve for when you want to roll your sleeves up.
On the flowery side with loud prints, these are some great kurtas to have, ideally to be worn with a pair of jeans as these have a more funky, boho look. These kurtas by Nishabd are made from cotton and adorned by Ajrakh prints that give us keliedoscope vibes. You can fold the sleeves up and wear these with some bracelets, chains and even those long patialas for a hippy look. Even otherwise when you're heading to the neighbourhood cafe or to the Sunday fair/gig, these workout well.
Made with structured fit and elegant cuts, Vastrr has nailed this white self-designed kurta that will make you look simple and laidback. You can wear these at home with utmost ease and the best part is that you can pair these with trousers of pyjamas of any colour. The sleeves are airy and the prints are horizontal of a minimal white. You can keep the buttons open to allow air to pass in. However, we need to caution you to eat carefully as you wouldn't want to feed the white kurta along with yourself. Black shades and some rings, scene = set.
Nope, not Shoaib Akhtar. But now that this caught your eye, keep them fixed at these solid linen kurtas that resemble pathanis. Lazy Panda sells these long linen kurtas that not just give a rough look your outfit but also provide max comfort with these airy long kurtas that have foldable sleeves. Not just for the gram, guys but also to give you an edge over the rest, we loved these long kurtas. Available in darker shades as well, you need one of these. These would go great with pyjamas and even airy patialas. If nothings, a pair of jeans should suffice.
They ought to name this brand Lovin' Trail because these linen kurtas deserve a place in your wardrobe of fame. Mandarin collars, linen material and a matte black colour with foldable airy sleeves is what this kurta from Linen Trail has to offer. These don't have any prints on them as such and go well with any pair of trousers, Indian or western. These will contribute a smart look to your outfit and you can wear these throughout the day. You will nothing but relax once you wear these on. On the pricier side, these will last you a long time.
T-shirt, Kurta? You Wouldn't Know
As pointed out above, you wouldn't know if these are tees or kurtas because of their vertical blue and white striped patterns. These cotton kurtas from IRIS Fashions looked classy and relaxed. There's not much accentuation near the collars and these are high neck, with buttons, of course. They also have a slightly different printed side pocket as well in case you want a textural change. Pair them with a pair of black jeans and you're good to go. Available only on LBB, you wouldn't want to miss a chance to buy these.