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Orange Stylish Jacquard Kurta

£42.99

A fashionable regular fit Orange artsilk Jacquard Kurta with an a antique gold artsilk churridar pyjama.

Stylish for any event with an embroidered collar and neckline in antique thread work, antique stones and pearl embroidery. Suitable for All Occasions. Dry Clean Only.

Available in Gold , Orange and Purple

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A fashionable regular fit Orange artsilk Jacquard Kurta with an a antique gold artsilk churridar pyjama.

Stylish for any event with an embroidered collar and neckline in antique thread work, antique stones and pearl embroidery. Suitable for All Occasions. Dry Clean Only.

Available in Gold , Orange and Purple

This Orange kurta will have you standing out at any occasion.

Alankar caters for both men and boys in their online range. A UK based seller of men’s kurta and waistcoats. Selling kurta’s and waistcoats for weddings, mendhi’s, Bollywood parties and all other occasions. The stock is also available in the Manchester showroom based in rusholme , along with an extensive men’s sherwani collection, where groomswear can be custom made.

Alankar’s online store is also complemented by a beautiful retail showroom based in Rusholme, Manchester.

The store is open 7 days a week and is home to a large variety of sarees, lengha’s, occasion outfits and bridal couture for both men and women. The store boasts  a decadent and regal vibe, perfect for those special occasions. Our online and in-store stock differs catering to all markets and consumers.

Having been in the Indian clothing business for over 50 years now, we have built an established and reputable name and are in contact with some of the best suppliers in India, all our items are hand picked by ourselves as we like to personally travel all around India to make sure we always possess the best quality and  latest designs.

 

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A kurta (or sometimes kurti, for women) is a loose collarless shirt worn in many regions of South Asia, and now also worn around the world. The front and back of a traditional kurta are made of rectangular pieces, and its side-seams are left open at the bottom, up to varying lengths, to enable ease of movement.

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