Men’s Eastern Wear in Pakistan has always been a dress code for older adults. However, in recent times, it has gained immense popularity among all age groups. The credit goes to clothing brands who have introduced fresh color palettes, styles, and designs in Men’s eastern wear. This revamp of fashion has given a new dimension to men’s clothing.
When we are out to buy eastern wear a few things that stay in our heads are as follows:
Fabric is the most important factor when looking for quality clothing wear. A variety of fabrics are now available in the market. Where on the one hand, older adults would prefer Boski or cotton, youngsters are more into the wash and wear fabrics. You can also go for silk, wool, and even denim. Many fabrics are available for four-season wearing.
White, off-white, blue, gray are the most preferred colors for men’s eastern wear. However, boys nowadays prefer to experiment with bright and bold colors. They are no longer shy of wearing the stereotyped “pink”. In fact, hues of red, pink, orange, purple, and lime are trending in clothing lines.
Even the designers are loving to experiment with extensive color palettes.
· Stitching Style:
Believe it or not, no dress suits best unless it’s tailored to perfection. This is where stitching style plays a vital part. It does matter a lot when buying eastern wear.
The cuts and creases should be neat. Moreover, it should look good in your body shape. Also, the shoulders, the chest, and the waist should get an elegant shape.
Many people now prefer to get adventurous with the stitching style as well. A number of options are available as you can get a shalwar kameez, kurta pajama, Patiala shalwar, Afghani shalwar, Sindhi style, Balochi style, and many more. Besides, some people like to wear cuffed sleeves, others don’t. Some of us would prefer a collar while others like a ban on the neck.
Intricate embroidery on the neckline has been trending in men’s eastern wear in Pakistan. However, now we are playing with a lot of new styles and patterns.
We have shirts with stylized embroidery on sleeves and back motifs. Moreover, different types of embroidery such as Sindhi tanka, Balochi tanka, and Kashmiri embroidery are being done. Adding to this, embroidered waistcoats and jackets compliment fashionable eastern wear.
Not to miss that most of our eastern wear shopping is for special events. Guys prefer wearing a trending shalwar Kurta on Eid. In fact, a white crisp shalwar kurta is a common dress code on Fridays. Other than religious occasions, we see a variety of Men’s eastern wear in Couture collections. Undoubtedly, a Pakistani groom is incomplete without a finely designed Sherwani. And, not to miss the prince coats, the designer waistcoats, and shawls.
The handwork of tilla, sequence, and cutwork make them stand out.
· Value For Money:
When shopping for men’s eastern wear, all of us would look for something elegant, serves the purpose, and is not heavy on our pockets. Staying within budget is very important. The good part is that most people get a good shalwar kurta in reasonable price.
Moreover, you can always restyle a kurta with jeans, a jacket, or a waistcoat giving it a fresh look. Thus, in short, a good eastern wear purchased once will survive in our wardrobe for a long period.
To Wrap Up:
With so many options available for men’s eastern wear in Pakistan, we need to be vigilant of what’s trending. 2022 has been a year of pastel colors with delicate embroideries. White, off-white, beige, and sea green were the hot colors. Adding to this you can always style a shalwar, kameez with a broch, a turban, or a traditional khusa.