Mens Kurtas DefinitionSource(Google.com.pk)
Fashion is getting progress at very fast pace in Pakistan. Pakistan is saturated with full of talent in all fields and peoples in Pakistan are very devoted and hard worker to prove their efficiency. Today we are going to write about famous, popular, well reputed, brilliant and talented fashion designer Deepak Perwani.
Selection of words is very difficult to represent such a great personality in the fashion industry of Pakistan. The deconstruction of the sherwani made him the top men’s wear designer in the country. He was barely 3 months old in fashion when this accolade was given to him by a national newspaper. Deepak Perwani has not looked back since then, having been called the bad boy of Pakistani fashion many a times. Pakistani clothes express the Culture of Pakistan, the Demographics of Pakistan and regional Cultures which include Punjabi culture, Sindhi culture, Balochi culture, Pashtun culture and Kashmiri culture. Dress in each regional culture reflect weather conditions, way of living and distinctive style which gives it a unique identity among all cultures.A kurta is usually mid thigh to knee length. This is comfortable in hot weather, warm in cold weather, and in Muslim societies, fulfils the requirement of modesty for men. Yes, men have requirements too, and form fitting garments shouldn't be worn in non related mixed company unless it's necessary. It's considered very shameful for a woman to see the shape of a man's private parts, so many Muslim men wear kurta to protect them from this.A traditional kurta is a very comfortable outfit and is made from rectangular pieces of fabric. The front and the back pieces of a simple traditional kurta are rectangular. Also, sleeves falls straight to the wrist in a traditional kurta and the sleeves do not narrow down in a traditional kurta. A traditional kurta donâ€™t even have a collar and the neck is normally round
Pakistani dressing has similarities with Indian dressing because of pre-partition culture which was shared by these nations for thousand years but the religious factor was always there which makes a difference. Traditional Pakistani dressing also shares similarities between the ethnic groups of central Asia and ethnicities of the Iranian plateau such as the Turkic ethnic groups (i.e. Khazakhs, Uzbeks, Turkmens) and Iranic ethnic groups (Tajiks, Khorasani Persians and Pashtoons), that have been separate from the cultures of modern day Pakistan during the Durand agreement between Afghanistan and the British raj.With the passage of time Pakistanis are adapting modern dress and cultural clothing, especially in big countries.In regional clothing, Balochi people wear shalwar kameez of thick cloth with very wide shalwar to prevent themselves from the hot wind of dry Sulaiman Range and Kharan Desert. They wear Balochi turban made of a very long cloth, often in white color to prevent their head from sun rays.Sindhi people wear shalwar kameez with traditional Sindhi cap and Ajrak of beautiful designs which are made locally.Punjabi men wear simple shalwar kameez, Kurta Shalwar and Dhoti kurta according to Punjabi climate. Turban of a thin cloth is also used with Shalwar Kameez especially in rural areas of Punjab where it is called Pagri. Khussa is also used with Dhoti Kurta. In Pashtun dress, people wear traditional Peshawari Chappal in feet and Pakul with Shalwar kameez. Kashmiri people use Pheran, Shahmina, Shahtoosh and Jamavar which makes them warm in the cold climate of Kashmir.Women's clothingPakistani Model displaying Traditional Dress in a Fashion Shalwar kameez.The word "kurta" is of Persian origin and literally means "collarless shirt."
A traditional kurta is collarless and falls to about the knee of the wearer. The sleeves also are loose and hang to the wrists without tapering. The main piece of the kurta is simply constructed of two rectangular pieces of fabric, one for the front and one for the back. They usually open in the front with button or tie closures in the middle of the garment or just off to one side.