One of the most popular Indian apparel styles, Salwar Kameez Duppatta finds its way into every woman’s wardrobe. Excellent in terms of versatility and utility, Salwar Kameez is actually the Indian equivalent of the perpetually indispensable denims and white T-shirt combo. Often viewed as a regular Punjabi attire, Salwar Kameez – in its various forms - is actually worn across cultures in the Indian Subcontinent, and by many other ethnicities. In fact, every bridal trousseau and, hence, every Indian wedding is incomplete without the amazing Indian dress called as the suit or salwar suit. From weddings, functions and parties to offices, meetings, corporate scenarios and regular day-to-day set-ups – to even red carpet events – Salwar Suits, in their umpteen designs and avatars – are a constant and one of the most bankable companions to the Indian and ethnic women.
Salwar Kameez Duppatta is a huge category in Indian Ethnic Wear. Although, there are hundreds of variations available to the standard Kurta, Bottom and Wrap combo – ranging from Regular-wear Salwar Suits to Designer Salwar Suits and Party Wear Suits – an umbrella term is used for the ease of categorization.
There are technically three elements in the Salwar Kameez Duppatta combo. The long/ short tunic style top-wear is known as the Kameez or Kurta. Kameez has been traditionally paired with Salwar – a pleated, loose, flared lower separate that typically tapers at the hem. Duppatta or the Odhani forms the third element of this combination – it is a flat length of fabric, often styled with borders, lace, beads etc. and is used to casually drape across the top of various varieties of Kameez or around the neck. It could be seen as the Western equivalent of a wrap/ stole. Given the amazing and endless variety and versatility of Salwar Suits – they are embraced by girls and women of all preferences, socio economic backgrounds (SEC) and ages. Ones who do not have much liking for Indian ethnic-wear also fail to stay away from this spectacularly flexible ethnic-wear outfit. Fusion-wear and Indo-Western suits are quite popular among this segment – who likes western and global design elements in this eternally classy yet chic desi fashion garment.
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Salwar Suits Styles
Over the years, the Salwar Suitstyling, the Kameez lengths and silhouettes, the varieties of salwars and bottom variations have evolved and changed – to take into account the changing needs, preferences and sensibilities.
In the more contemporary segments, Duppatta may actually not be used at all. Or, it may take the form of a narrower strip of fabric, more ornate, but way lighter – or just a simple stole or wrap.
There are many varieties of Salwars – varying from the ones with narrower ankles/ ponchas to the oens with wider ones, ones with the belts, flared ones and multiple pleated ones. Patiala Salwars are one of the most popular variant of Salwars and are often paired with shorter varieties of Kameezes/ Kurtis.
These days, Salwar is often replaced by Churidars/ Chudidars – the narrow, leg-fitting bottom that forms many round, bangle-like creases (Churis) at the ankles. The traditional Churidaars that originally evolved from the Nawabi/ Muslim tradition are getting replaced by Designer Chudidars with adornments and also Leggings. You can buy all types of designer and casual wear Chudiar Suits from Saree.com
Then, there are wide pant style bottoms that routinely substitute salwars, and have been in vogue in recent times. Palazzos, parallels, culottes, cigarette pants, pleated pants, trousers etc. are often used wide ankle pants – paired with Kurtas of varied lengths. At Saree.com, you can browse and buy every style of Kurta-Pants sets, in categories like Indo-Western Suits and Trousers Suits.
Last, but not the least, Kameez, like its counterparts, too has undergone plenty of changes, and is crafted in myriad styles. From straight cut Kameez to loose fitting Kurtas, to shorter, more demure Kurtis, and flowy Ananrkali Suits – Kameez has many avatars.
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