Kurta Pajamas are comfortable and stylish attire that come in plain patterns or embroidered or various colors which can even incorporate various designs. It offers a touch of rich ethnic wear to the Asian men, making them stand out. Kurta Pajamas are very casual in their style of dressing. They are manufactured in many colors and fabrics. The most common design starts with a center shape, usually a square; the traditional design is commonly made by combining the sequence around the sides of the square, and using the perfect fabric and intricate patterns.
Kurta Pajamas are available in a wide variety of materials ranging from thin silk to cotton fabrics for the summer months to thick or coarse materials like wool or khadi silk for the winter months. The regular kurtas may be fastened with buttons, tasseled ties, cloth balls or loops. Buttons could either made of wood or plastic. Kurtas meant for formal occasions could be moderate to intricately embellished, feature decorative metal buttons. The buttons used could be further studded with stones, jewels or other enameling. The traditional kurta pajama is designed so that the sleeves do not narrow and fall straight to the wrist. It has button closures in the front, however some designs feature buttons at the shoulder seam. Although the traditional kurtas do not have any collars, the modern designs do feature stand up or "mandarin" collars. The most common and preferred decoration is embroidery either done in matching or contrasting or vibrant colored threads.