Cotton Salwar Suits

Cotton Salwar Suits

Cotton is one of the most skin friendly fabrics. It is versatile and highly useful, and a must-have for hot and humid months. Cottons also look very elegant and smart – their crisp and fresh appeal is seldom matched by any other fabric.

Prefect for day-wear, work-wear and corporate wear, cotton is used to make a variety of apparels. Cotton Salwar Suits are also very popular, because they are comfortable and relaxed - perfect for long days at desk or even for running around. Apart from this, Indian dresses in cotton have an understated charm; their rustic quality makes them unique and very youthful.

Salwar Kameez as well as Kurtas are made in a host of designs and styles, using cotton and cotton blends and varieties. There are over 100 variations made in cotton – and related fabrics like muslins, terry-cotton, voiles, organdy and SiCo. Kurtas, kurtis and Indian dresses in cotton are an integral part of the women’s wardrobe in India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan and many parts of Middle East.

Salwar Kameez is very relaxed and easy to carry ensemble, and thus, is worn by women of all ages, quite frequently. And, when it is made in breezy, absorbent and comfy cotton or one of its blends, it becomes just perfect for all day chores, long office days, meetings and traveling. At, cotton kurtas are available in a range of designs, lengths and trendy silhouettes. They come paired with smart, stylish or traditional bottoms and dupattas. Cotton dresses are available in trendiest and most in demand designs like Anarkalis, floral prints, rustic ethnic dress styles, with jackets and capes – and with latest bottom styles like palazzos, churidaars, leggings, lehengas and culottes. Cotton Patiala Suits are also quite popular, and make for perfect wears for blazing hot summers of tropic regions.

All suits come are delivered ready-to-wear from You can also get them customized – at no extra cost. delivers worldwide, and once the parcel arrives at your door-step – all you have to do is tear-open and try!

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-Raima Shrinath | Mahendragarh, Haryana

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