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Boys Solid Colour Shirt and Dhoti Set

Rs. 1,139.00

Rs. 1,518.00

SKU:   BS12D030102

Size: 01-02 YRS

Color: Blue

Boys Shirt Readymade Dhoti Set Size guide


Sethukrishna boys ethnic shirt features a spread collar, half sleeve, button placket, straight hem and a patch pocket is paired with a dhoti to dress for a festive or wedding occasion. Boys readymade silk finish cream colour dhoti features an adjustable velcro stick-on waistband for comfortable and elegant fit. 

Product Details:


Material: Art Silk

Colour: Blue / Green / Orange / Red / Mustard

Sleeve: Half Sleeve

Collar: Spread Collar

Hem: Straight


Material: Art Silk

Colour: Cream

Pattern: Solid

Border: Gold Jari Border

The Guide

The Ultimate Guide to Matching Color Shirts with Dhotis

Matching color shirts with dhotis can be a challenge, but with this ultimate guide, you'll be able to create stunning outfits effortlessly!

If you're looking to create a stylish and traditional outfit, pairing a dhoti with a matching shirt is a great option. However, finding the right color combination can be tricky. With this ultimate guide, you'll learn how to match colors and create stunning outfits effortlessly.

Understand the Color Wheel.

Before you start matching colors, it's important to understand the color wheel. The color wheel is a tool that shows the relationship between colors. It's made up of primary colors (red, blue, and yellow), secondary colors (green, orange, and purple), and tertiary colors (yellow-green, blue-green, red-orange, etc.). By understanding the color wheel, you can create harmonious color combinations that look great together. 

Choose Complementary Colors.

When matching color shirts with dhotis, it's important to choose complementary colors. Complementary colors are colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel. For example, if your dhoti is a shade of blue, a complementary color would be orange. This creates a striking contrast that is visually appealing. Other complementary color combinations include red and green, yellow and purple, and blue and orange. Keep in mind that you don't have to match the colors exactly - shades and tones can also work well together.

Experiment with Contrasting Colors.

Don't be afraid to mix and match contrasting colors when matching your shirt with your dhoti. This can create a bold and unique look that will make you stand out. For example, if your dhoti is a deep shade of green, try pairing it with a bright pink or orange shirt. Or, if your dhoti is a rich shade of purple, try pairing it with a yellow or green shirt. Remember to keep the rest of your outfit simple and let the colors speak for themselves.

Consider the Occasion and Setting.

When choosing the color of your shirt to match with your dhoti, it's important to consider the occasion and setting. For formal events, stick to classic colors like white, cream, or black. For more casual events, you can experiment with brighter colors and bolder patterns. Additionally, consider the setting - if you're attending an outdoor event during the day, lighter colors will be more appropriate, while darker colors are better suited for evening events. Always keep in mind the dress code and cultural norms of the event or setting you'll be attending.

Accessorize Wisely.

Accessories can make or break an outfit, and this is especially true when it comes to matching color shirts with dhotis. A simple watch or bracelet can add a touch of elegance to your outfit, while a statement necklace or earrings can add a pop of color and personality. When choosing accessories, make sure they complement your outfit and don't overpower it. Stick to one or two statement pieces and keep the rest simple and understated. And don't forget about your footwear - a pair of traditional jutti shoes can complete your look and add a touch of authenticity.

Style Code:

BS12D03 - Blue

BS13D03 - Green

BS14D03 - Orange

BS15D03 - Red

BS16D03 - Mustard