You can style up your bottom of sherwani and kurta payjama in different styles like patiala, dhoti, payjama or churidar. For different occassions you may require the bottom in different styles like dhoti kurta for pooja, sherwani with patiala or churidar sherwani for wedding purpose and simple kurta payjama for festivals. If you have no idea what's the difference between patiala, payjama, churidar and dhoti, here have a look:
Patiala Salwar: The bottom patiala is very loose and is stitched in multiple pleates which makes it very comfortable to wear. Men look dashing when dressed in patiala sherwani.
Churidar: The bottom is very long in length and when men wears it creates a shape of multiple bangles and hence it is named churidar as churi means bangles in hindi.