Are you uncomfortable in Saree? Then what does your ethnic rack for the festive season and family get together flaunts? Certainly it is salwar suit? Yes, darling do not worry to suit your comfort factors. There is a bounteous collection of varied pattern salwar kameez that features out the Desi Diva in you. The cosy yet delicate drape accomplishes all sort of figure type, complexions and age to let the world go educed on you.
Know about what you wear
The origin is stressed by Mughals. It is said that Indian Suit was first introduced to our culture by the Mughal Empire. Prior to that, it was the only saree. The elegance, modesty and embellishment of this pattern were gradually accepted by women of many regions in India. Mostly, Punjab adopted it as their daily wear.
What does Salwar Means?
It is a noun. Salwar is a noun which means a pleated pant that is regularly loose and is tight around the ankle. When it is paired with a kammez it becomes a salwar kammez. During its introduction in the early Mughal era, the salwar was a single piece with gradient work embellishment and vibrant hue. Gradually in the late 18th century, it got into as a category of commodity in the textile industry where Salwar paired with kameez took over one-third of the sale. Paving through the 19th century it came accredited with different patterns and the salwar layout changed over time. With vigorous revolution and upsurge in fashion makeover, our closet gets a tuning every year. After saree, the highest selling commodity is salwar kameez which comprises 50% of the ethnic wear sale in the global market.
Variations of Salwar on your cart
Just after the nomenclature of salwar kameez, we were introduced to another term churidar. Churidar is a variation of the salwar pant which has churi like drape around the ankle. It got into as a familiar term or synonym of Salwar Kameez as Churidar. The Churidar leapt into a total change and now has more than 50 variations. So how do you state this specific category now? Let’s figure it as Indian Suit.
The salwar started categorizing itself into two major type. The first one being the narrowed thin pant and the other being broadened wide leg. Parallel Pant, Sharara and then Plazzo. Similarly the thin tight fit into churidar, cigarette pant, straight pant and lot more.
Dhoti draping style is a unique form which allows easy movement and much inclined to ethnicity. Adhering to the same the dhoti style pant with pleats and narrowed form across ankles makes a fabulous look with short kameez.
It is much broadened with pleats and then ending with the narrow ankle. It is more a fusion of dhoti pant and salwar. It has a huge market demand and is very easy to wear. Based on fabric like cotton or silk the drapes cast a fabulous look.
Hardly there will be any wardrobe which does not have a set of Palazzo. This category is now the throb of the ethnic fashion and is roaring high. Wear it with top or t-shirt or kammez for any occasion to get a distinct look.
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