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Types of Salwaars

Written by Trends


Posted on May 25 2014

Salwaar Kameez is a traditional Indian wear. It’s a must in every Indian women’s wardrobe. Unlike a saree, it’s easy to wear and girls from a very young age wear it. The variations in Salwaar Kameez are too many. Even at our local tailor we find a number of styles and patterns.

However, along with the trendy Kameez, there are also a lot of fancy Salwaars (bottoms) that we find. A lot of them are worn with t-shirts and western blouses to create an Indo-western look.


Dhoti pants, patialas and salwaars are worn along with t-shirts. A lot of celebrities have been spotted displaying a perfect fusion of the traditional salwaar and western tops or tees.

Chudidars, leggings, leggings ¾, cigarette pants are all in vogue. This has given us a variety to play with our looks.

Let’s know a few of these trendy bottoms, wear them, accessorize and make a statement.


Patiala salwaar

Is a type of female trouser which has its roots in Patiala City in the Northern region of Punjab state in India. The King of Patiala in earlier times had its Royal dress as Patiala Salwar. The Patiala Salwar has a close resemblance to the pathani Suit which has similar loose lowers as salwars and long knee length top known as Kameez. Over the decade the dress now is not worn by men but has classically transformed itself with new cuts and styling into women's Patiala Salwaar. However, in recent times the Patiala salwaar has been quite in trend and women from all over India wear it in different styles. Lately, with the release of Bollywood flick  "jab we met”, kareen Kapoor gave a new dimension to it with donning Patiala Salwaar along with a tee. Its comfy, trendy and a perfect fusion of indo-western wear.


Dhoti Pants

Dhoti is a traditional Indian garment meant for men. It has been worn by men from different states of India. However, lately this traditional outfit has been revived and have turned out to be a fashion statement by women. The transformation that it has gone through is tremendous. Well-known Indian designers have showcased Dhoti pants in a way that it has caught the attention of international markets as well. Comfy, quick to wear and trendy. That would well describe this attire.


Pakistani Pants

Not most of us are aware of these, but the Pakistani Pants are in rage this season and would continue to be. These ankle lengths have been spotted at weddings, engagement and a lot of occasions. Team it up with a kurti or even wear it with a heavy kurta for a wedding. Trendy and chic is what they make you look. Perfect for a casual as well as a formal wear. Try them with kurtis or get one stitched for one of the weddings you are supposed to attend.



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