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With lights, colour and joy, it’s India’s favourite time of the year. We’ve handpicked 7 kurta labels for men looking to stay culturally suave this season.

While this year has been quite dim for India, it’s finally the time of light, mithai and color. The month of ethnic sartorial elegance is back and no compromise must be made this season. Of course, for men, a kurta isn’t just a highly embroidered festive garment – you can look at fits that are relaxed, lightweight and contemporary and still stay stylish. If you’re looking foR kurta labels that promise exquisite style and comfort, these under-the-radar names are the ones you must remember.

Best Men’s Kurta Labels In India

Tisa Studio

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The code at the house of Tisa is pure minimalism and the promise of high-quality fabric. The craft maintains a great emphasis on traditional and methods of tailoring while aiming towards neo-age aesthetics. Upon close inspection, you’ll see that their designs consists of peculiar Indian details, which is quite refreshing even though it retains its cultural footprint. They also specialize in bandhis and heavier fabrics for kurtas for those living in colder regions.

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Son Of A Noble

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October might be getting windy but if you’d like to go to lightweight yet crisp with your kurta, Son Of A Nobel is the name to remember. Their linen kurtas go all out on minimalism but boast a quirky touch of contemporary as well. This is quite evident with their designs. They also stitch a range of exquisite shirts, trousers, jackets, and pocket squares, perfect for men who take great pride in their fashion choices.

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AndGlory

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New to the block and based out of Delhi, these guys claim to strive towards minimalism but we certainly see sparkles of grandeur in their craft. They’re sartorially bipolar, but in the best way possible. They go purely tailor-made with their pieces and have excellent hand-embroidered motifs, that’s what catches our eye. If you’re looking for a great bandhi-kurta set, this is the boutique for you.

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Diwan Saheb

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As one of the oldest kurta labels around, Diwan Saheb has been facilitating Indians with exquisite festive wear right since 1957. Their craft is a mélange of modernity and ethnicity that caters to an extraordinary league of gentlemen. While their line consists of sherwanis, bandh-galas, kurta pajamas and into-western pieces, we’re personally quite impressed with their kurta sets, they’re extremely well detailed and embroidered with a traditional charm. They’re also on the higher side of costing, just to give you a heads up.

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Arjun Agarwal

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Arjun Agarwal’s label is all about bringing quirk to culture and he’s doing a damn good job at it. They dabble in Indo-western fits as well and go heavy on abstract designs. Safe to say, that’s the aesthetic of the brand. Their bandhis and bandhi-kurtas are also noteworthy for their heavy-duty embroidery. We’d advise dropping in here if you have a special occasion coming up.

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Bohame

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One of our favoutite kurta labels on the internet today and perfect for those looking to shop their festive sartorial essentials. Based in Delhi, this label not only keeps true to the code of culture, but is a sustainable option. Their garments are handwoven and made from natural fibres such as organic cotton, linen or Khadi. In terms of design, they speak an elegant language of their own, retro-chic yet contemporary.

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Philocaly

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‘Synchronal arrangements, abstraction, symmetry and balance’ – Rightfully so, these are words Philocaly use to describe their aesthetic. These guys keep it simple, clear and classy. This is found across their line of craft. Being a lifestyle brand, they also stitch great shirts, blazers and other Western silhouettes while keeping true to ethnics in the form of kurtas, bandhis and bandh-galas.

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Mikhail Gomes
Senior Features Writer
A watch aficionado, Gomes also enjoys learning about fine whiskies, and one day hopes to establish his own menswear label. At Lifestyle Asia India, he writes on watches, menswear, auto and tech.