Men Chikan Kurta
Men's Chikan Kurta
|Pack Of||Customizable Set|
|Size||36 to 42|
|Kurta Length||Knee length|
|Sleeve Length||Long Sleeves|
|Sleeve Style||Roll up Sleeves|
|Neck Type||Stand Collar|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Chikankari work kurta pajama for men's available in 36 to 42 size set-up
A chicken work kurta for men is a traditional Indian garment that features intricate hand-embroidery using a technique called "chicken work" or "chikankari." Chikankari is a delicate and intricate embroidery style that originated in Lucknow, India, and is known for its fine stitches and intricate patterns.
A chicken work kurta for men typically has a loose, tunic-like silhouette and is made from lightweight fabric such as cotton or silk. It may be knee-length or longer, and can have various necklines such as round neck, mandarin collar, or V-neck. The kurta is often adorned with chikankari embroidery on the front, back, sleeves, and sometimes even on the collar and cuffs.
The chicken work embroidery is usually done using white thread on a colored fabric, creating a beautiful contrast that adds elegance and sophistication to the kurta. The embroidery motifs can vary and may include floral patterns, geometric designs, or abstract motifs. The stitches used in chikankari include the backstitch, chain stitch, and satin stitch, among others, creating a textured and visually appealing effect.
A chicken work kurta is typically worn with loose-fitting pants called "churidar" or "salwar" and may be paired with a matching or contrasting dupatta (a long scarf) for a complete traditional look. It is often worn on special occasions, festivals, or formal events, and is popular among men who appreciate traditional Indian craftsmanship and style.