The mens wardrobe is usually considered boring and less diverse as compared to the ladies collection, and thought to involve less sophistication and craftsmanship in fabricating them. This is a completely wrong notion. Take for example Sherwani, it is preferred choice for Indian grooms, that involves pitch perfect fitting, laborious and diligent pattern and threading work and embellishment.
Sherwani is a magnificent piece of art in itself and takes days to make a single unit. Established in 2012, Kisna Trades
has been dressing men ever since its inception, by providing fashion
apparels that are in line with the latest fashion trends, yet do not
skimp on the ever important aspects of quality and comfort. We are an
eminent Manufacturer, Supplier, Trader and Exporter of mens
ethnic fashion fashion wear, that has a dash of our traditional and
cultural heritage. The range of clothing essentials offered by us is
quite vast which includes Mens Kurta Pyjama, Wedding Sherwani, Traditional Indowestern Sherwani and Blazers.
Range Of Products
Nothing should come in between the satisfying experience of wearing a beautifully designed ethnic garment and the cultural pride one feels, when adorning a traditional wear. And when that event turns out to be a wedding, no stone should be left unturned. To give you the highest levels of perfection, we employ the best quality silk and cotton fabric to create a unique blend of style and comfort quotient. Furthermore, incorporate the expertise of local artisans, who weave their magic on the fabric to create intricate patterns and designs to give a unique royal feel, that complements your special day.
Sherwani- A History Of Art, Fashion And Culture
Originating in the era of Mughals, when it was the dress code of nobles and viziers, Sherwani received widespread acceptance during the rule of the British in India, when it was thought to be a fusion of the English rock coat and the Kurta style of Lucknow. From there, it gained further impetus when the aristocracy, followed by the masses, adopted it wholeheartedly. The work of embroidery done on a Sherwani is a sight to behold, which is usually done by artisans, and employs soft fabrics like silk, to provide optimum comfort and ease of wearing. In northern parts of India, it is usually accompanied by a long, folded piece of cloth known as an 'Achkan', and traditionally worn on weddings and religious ceremonies.