Traditional dresses of Pakistani Men’s


Pakistani apparel alludes to the ethnic dress that is commonly worn by individuals in the nation of Pakistan and by the individuals of Pakistani starting point. Pakistani garments express the way of life of Pakistan, the socioeconomic of Pakistan and societies from the Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Pashtun) and Kashmir locales of the nation. Dress in each provincial culture reflect climate conditions, method for living and particular style which gives it a remarkable character among all societies.

The shalwar kameez is the national dress of Pakistan and is worn by people in every one of the Five regions Punjab, Sindh, Baluchistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit Baltistan in the nation and in Azad Kashmir. Salwar alludes to free pants and kameez alludes to shirts. Since 1982, all authorities working in the secretariat are required to wear the national dress.

Every region has its own style of wearing the salwar kameez, for example, Sindhi shalwar kameez, Punjabi shalwar kameez, Pashtun shalwar kameez and Balochi shalwar kameez. Pakistanis wear garments extending from stunning hues and structures to different kinds of texture, for example, silk, chiffon, cotton, and so on.

Men’s Dressing :

Men wear salwar and kameez, kurta,  Waistcoat, achkan and sherwani, churidar pajama or pajama. Different things of apparel incorporate the JAMA and the angarkha. Headgear incorporates the Jinnah Cap likewise called Karakul, Fez additionally called Rumi Topi and Taqiyah (top). Peshawari chappal and Khussa are well-known footwear. Different things incorporate customary shawls made of Pashmina or other warm materials particularly in the Northern areas of the nation.

Shalwar Kameez

Pakistan is where the vast majority of men wear Shalwar Kameez in astounding styles. Our a la mode Pakistani gentlemen’s Shalwar Kameez never escape design, and whether it’s a wedding, celebration, or a formal gathering, no doubt, it will be the most agreeable clothing for you.

traditional waistcoat of Pakistan


A waistcoat, or vest, is a sleeveless chest area article of clothing. It is generally worn over a dress  Kameez, shirt and bowtie and beneath a coat as a piece of most men’s formal wear. It is likewise worn as the third piece in the conventional three-piece male parlor suit. Some random vest can be basic or lavish or for relaxation or extravagance.

achkan of pakistan


Achkan is a knee-length jacket worn by men in Pakistan.


A Sherwani is a long coat-like coat that is knee-length. The bottoms are normally Churidar or Salwar pants. A sherwani is typically worn for formal events or weddings.

churidar pajama


Churidars, or all the more appropriately churidar pajamas, are firmly fitting pants worn by the Both Gender men and women in Pakistan. Churidars are a variation of the normal shalwar pants. Shalwars are cut wide at the top and restricted at the lower leg. Churidars tight more rapidly, with the goal that shapes of the leg are uncovered

Jinnah Cap

Jinnah Cap Is now rarely used in Pakistan but it is part of our culture. Jinnah cap is made with fur of sheep for this purpose the fur used of the breed qaraqul sheep.

taqiyah cap

Taqiyah Cap

The taqiyah is a short, adjusted skullcap. They are regularly worn for religious purposes; for instance, Muslims accept that the Islamic prophet Muhammad used to keep his head secured. Muslim men frequently wear them during the five day by day supplications. At the point when worn independent from anyone else, the taqiyah can be any shading.

Peshawari Chappal

Peshawari Chappal

Peshawari chappal is a customary footwear of Pakistan, worn specifically by Pashtuns in the KPK. The shoe takes its name from the city of Peshawar, where it begins from, while chappal is the nearby word for flip-flops, or shoes. Individuals in Peshawar local people call the Peshawari chappal Kherian (کھیڑیاں ). Peshawari chappal is worn by men calmly or officially, ordinarily with the Shalwar Kameez dress. As a result of its solace, it is utilized instead of shoe or shoe in Pakistan.



Khussa or is a style of carefully assembled footwear delivered in South Asia. They are generally made by craftsmen for the most part utilizing tanned cowhide. The uppers are made of one bit of cowhide or material weaved and decorated with metal nails, cowry shells, mirrors, chimes and artistic dabs. Indeed, even the holding from the upper to the sole is finished by cotton string that isn’t just eco-accommodating yet additionally entangles the cowhide filaments with incredible quality. Some items go additionally utilizes brilliant and resplendent strings.

As it advanced during that time and is being created by individual craftsmen, items shift in structures and hues.