Traditional Indian Suits

Traditional Indian Suits


The Indian culture is richly varied in terms of food, clothing, rituals and lifestyle. When it comes to clothing, different regions have different traditional outfits. Salwar suit is the traditional outfit of North-Indian regions of India and some regions of Pakistan. This ethnic attire has been adapted in different styles to suit the preferences of not just Indians and other Asians but also the global citizens.

Embroidered Suits

Traditional suits for festivals, weddings and other occasions are usually embellished with embroidery, forming ethnic patterns like peacocks, paisley, flowers and flower vines. Thread embroidery is commonly seen in suits for office wear, casual wear and every day and regular wear suits, while festive, wedding and bridal outfits are embroidered with heavy zari, stone and bead work. Kalamkari, which is combination of block printing and free-hand painting, is used in ethnic traditional Indian dresses. Antique, Indian heritage embroidery techniques aari work, zardoshi and many other embroidery and fabric ostentation techniques are an integral part of the Indian textiles history.

Indian Weaves

India is a land of an endless variety of indigenous weaves. From stunning Patola, Sambalpuri and Pochampally Ikats to heritage handlooms like Kancheepuram and Banarasi to the lesser known, yet splendid, variants like Jamewar, Gadhwal, Dharmavaram and Uppada – or the rich textiles like Jacquards, Brocades, Mangalgiri, Taant, Jamdani and many more. These weaves are available as sarees as well as fabrics, which are them constructed into suits and Indian dresses. You can get brocade and Banarasi salwar suits at Saree.com and also the Ikat varieties and ones in South Silks.

Indian Weaves

From simple straight-cut suits to flowing Anarkalis, the Indian attire has been creatively designed to cater to the wardrobe requirements of different occasions. For office-wear and casual-wear, straight-cut salwar suits, trouser-style suits and simple palazzo sets with simple prints or thread work are suitable. Anarkali suits, Abaya-style suits and floor-length suits with zari and stone work are ideal for festivals like Navratri, Diwali, Eid, Raksha Bandhan, Ganesh Chaturthi and Baisakhi. For weddings, heavy Anarkalis and floor length suits embellished with ethnic embroidery go well. Pakistani suit is a trending style these days that is preferred by women in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and other South Asian countries as well the Middle East. Saree.com offers a wide variety of styles in salwar suits for different occasions. You can shop online and conveniently get the latest trending ethnic wear at the best price

Dyed and Printed Traditional Attire

The Indian handloom industry has creative printing and colouring techniques which are used to create exclusive designs. Block printing is commonly used in traditional as well as fusion attires. These blocks are used to make motif prints, recurring patterns as well as intricate borders on salwar suits. Bandhani is another globally appealing technique which is used to colour a fabric in such a way that it forms intricate dotted patterns. Bandhani dyeing is mainly done in the western region of India. Handloom Bandhani suit is a popular traditional garment among people in Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh as well as among NRIs. Saree.com caters to a global clientele with its classy designer collection and prompt world-wide shipping network.

Online Shopping on saree.com

When it comes to online shopping, always choose a reputed website. Saree.com is a well-known site offering designer ethnic wear for men and women. Our beautiful and exclusive collection of traditional, fusion and contemporary outfits will definitely meet your wardrobe requirements stylishly!