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- Floor Length Abaya Style Kameez in Peach₹4,800.00
- Art Silk Anarkali Suit in Teal Green₹4,800.00
- Green Embroidered Anarkali Suit₹4,800.00
- Navy Blue Art Silk Anarkali Suit₹4,800.00
- Dark Pink Embroidered Anarkali Suit₹4,800.00
- Yellow Embroidered Gharara Suit₹4,980.00
- Embroidered Gharara Suit in Light Grey₹4,980.00
- Black Embroidered Gharara Suit₹4,980.00
- Embroidered Gharara Suit in Fawn₹5,400.00
- Embroidered Gharara Suit in Dusty Green₹5,400.00
- Blue Embroidered Abaya Style Suit₹5,900.00
- Embroidered Gharara Suit in Pink₹5,400.00
Salwar Suits Online
Salwar Kameez is a generic term used for a dress made of two pieces. The top piece covering the torso is the Kameez and the bottom piece stitched for the legs is the salwar. The salwar or pyjama is held together by drawstrings. This term has its origin in Persia and Central Asia. Here are some common styles of salwar suits. Patiala Suits: This dress gets its name from the famous city of Punjab, Patiala and are said to be worn by the royal families there. The salwar is stitched with pleats starting at the waist and creates a very wavy, elegant look with any kind of top. The pleats also give a lot of room for movement and make it very comfortable for the wearer. Churidars: The churidars come with a slim-fitted pant that collects as rings at the ankle that look like bangles for the ankle. Hence, the name “churidar” where churi means bangle in Hindi. The churidar is stitched long to allow room for the rings at the bottom. It is worn with any kind of top. Afghani Salwar: The style derives its name from Afghanistan. The salwar is stitched with wide cuffs that lend a very comfortable air to this style. Dhoti Salwar: This salwar is influenced by the traditional Indian dress for males that is called the dhoti. It is stitched in a manner where numerous pleats run from the front to the back running through the side, giving it a dhoti-like appearance. Sharara Salwar : The Sharara comes with wide pants that look like a skirt but are divided like pants and held up by drawstrings. They are super comfy and can be worn with fitted long or short tops. Party Wear Salwar Suits : Party suits are any kind but are made with exquisite material like silks, chiffons and georgettes and muslins. They also carry lovely embellishments to add to the look. Palazzo and Straight Suits: These styles are a modern variation to the salwar that look like trousers. Worn with long or short kurtas, these look very elegant while giving a contemporary look for office wear. Wedding Salwar Suits : As the name suggests, this kind of Salwar works hard to make the bride look resplendent on her special day. It comes with heavy embellishments and high-grade material.
Salwar Kameez is an apt example of the fact that simplicity and adaptability are important attributes to be timeless. The simplicity of a salwar suit lies in its uncomplicated design. This also makes them highly adaptable to every body type - making one look taller, slimmer and smarter. Designer salwar suits are available in a myriad of material, texture and color. From natural fabrics like cotton and silk to georgette, artificial silk, velvet and a multitude of other materials, straight cut suits present an endless choice for your every occasion and work. Heavy fabrics and embellishments, intricate embroidery, stone, mirror, appliqué and lace works can grace your special occasion, complemented by stone studded, kundan or polki jewelry. Smart or traditional prints, patterns and motifs in lighter fabrics can be a choice for a more casual time and day to day work and can easily be worn with lighter and trendy jewelry and other accessories. You can easily customize your look by adding a jacket or an interesting bottom wear. Apart from conventional churidars, you can also go for palazzos, trousers or even your pair of jeans to suit all your mood and occasion. For the best selection of salwar suits online, visit ETHNICCODE. We ship semi stitched and fully stitched salwar suits worldwide including USA, UK, Canada, Malaysia, Australia, Germany, France, Mauritius, New Zealand and more.