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Indian Embroidered Salwar Kameez

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The dressing styles in India are manifested into lots of variations in terms of both religious and regional sense. A super blending of colors, qualities and styles can be witnessed in garments worn by the Indian women. Salwar Kameez is among those wonderful outfits worn by Indian women that eventually got enormous popularity. It is actually a set of three pieces, a tunic called ‘kameez’ (this comes in long or short and straight), a trouser called ‘salwar’ (either creased leggings or loose-fitted) and long shawl called a ‘dupatta’ that generally being draped around the head or neck.

Indian Embroidered Salwar Kameez

The Salwar kameez, which basically dates back to the middle era, has grown immense popularity among the Indian women from all walks of life as well as of all ages. Being originated in northern part of India, this humble outfit has gradually evolved as the most popular costume for women from every part of India thereby emerging as the most comfy and graceful attire in the Indian women’s wardrobe.

Indian Embroidered Salwar Kameez

Be it in cotton, silk or any other Fabric and varying from ethnic touch to the cocktail look, the Salwar Kameez is a must in every Indian woman’s wardrobe.Despite western clothes inundating the attire industry, the popularity of Salwar suits is still retained.

Indian Embroidered Salwar Kameez

The popularity has reached astounding heights that in turns keep the designers busy in repointing their creativities to give this attire a new look.Therefore, Salwar kameez, unlike many outfits can actually go anywhere with simple addition of accessories like jewelries and shoes.

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