The kurta shalwar is a common attire from the Subcontinent and is among the most regularly worn form of clothing in Pakistan. One can find a few different cuts and many different colours. There are a lot of brands that produce these kinds of clothes which is why the prices vary from affordable to expensive.
Men's kurta and shalwar
A pair of kurta shalwar for a man is a versatile form of clothing. It can be worn out and is also comfortable to sleep in as it is loose-fitting. Kurta shalwars are the go-to garb for mehndis and other wedding festivities. People also commonly wear them to celebrate Eid in Pakistan.
The kurta has open sleeves, meaning there are no cuffs. The collar is a band or is just a hemmed neck hole. The cut is generally straight line and one's kurta comes down to the knee. There can be some differences with embroidery from different brands or inspired by a region in Pakistan.
The shalwar is about as simple as lower-wear gets, it needs a drawstring or elastic to beheld up. different parts of the country do have different sizes in their shalwars, for instance, a Sindhi shalwar is a lot larger and creates many more pleats when worn. This gives it a lot of volume.
Men's kurta shalwar can be bought in any number of colours, you could literally think of a colour and there is an option available. There are also some brands that create a contrast, so the kurta could be red while the shalwar is white.
Men's kurtas and shalwars can be made from cotton, silk or any other material. Cotton is a common option but in winter it could be khaddar or any iteration of wool as they are warmer materials.
There are a lot of brands that stitch men's kurta shalwars which is why the prices vary quite a bit too. One can find something affordable as well as something from a higher price.