Collection: Boys Kurta and Pyjama

Boys Kurta and Pyjama is a traditional Indian attire that is both stylish and comfortable. The kurta is a long shirt that is typically made from cotton or silk and features intricate embroidery or prints. The pyjama is a loose-fitting trouser that is typically made from cotton or silk and is designed to be comfortable and easy to wear. Boys Kurta and Pyjama are commonly worn for special occasions such as weddings, festivals, and religious ceremonies. At S3 Fashions, we offer a wide range of Boys Kurta and Pyjama sets that are both stylish and affordable. Visit our boutique today to find the perfect outfit for your little one.

Types of Boys Kurta and Pyjama

Boys' kurta and pyjama are traditional Indian clothing items that are worn on various occasions. Here are some of the types of Boys Kurta and Pyjama:

Straight Kurta with Churidar Pyjama: This is the most common and classic style of boys' kurta pyjama. The kurta is a straight-cut, knee-length tunic with long sleeves, and the pyjama is a fitted trouser that tapers at the ankle.
Nehru Collar Kurta with Aligarh Pyjama: The Nehru collar kurta has a band collar and a button-down front, and it usually falls just below the knee. The Aligarh pyjama is a loose-fitting pyjama with a drawstring waistband.
Indo-Western Kurta Pyjama: This style combines traditional Indian elements with modern Western designs. The kurta may have a Western-style collar, and the pyjama may be fitted or wide-legged.
Pathani Kurta Pyjama: This is a long kurta with a front slit and a band collar, paired with loose-fitting pyjamas. This style is popular in the northern regions of India and is often worn by boys during weddings or other formal events.
Short Kurta with Dhoti: The short kurta is a knee-length tunic with short sleeves, and the dhoti is a piece of cloth wrapped around the waist and legs. This style is popular among young boys and is often worn during cultural events or festivals.
Sherwani with Churidar Pyjama: The sherwani is a long coat-like tunic worn over a kurta and paired with churidar pyjamas.

This style is usually reserved for more formal occasions like weddings and festivals.