Comfortable and stylish is what the salwar suit is to the contemporary Indian woman. The bottom wear is an important and vital component of an attire, to make an inspiring fashion statement that can make heads turn in envy. Let’s explore the various options in salwars!

Dhoti Salwar- the typical dhoti that was exclusively worn by men, is envisaged into the dhoti salwar for women. Flowing U-shaped pleats form the main design feature, going into several layers in front, to imitate the original dhoti. Looks great on short kurtis and when combined with appropriate accessories and embellishments, this one can be worn to any grand ethnic gathering!

Churidar- the most traditional, known and donned by all, a fitting option for any woman. Worn with an Anarkali, it adds so much classic style! Even a simple elegant straight kurta looks chic with a churidar. Wear it with or without a chunari, looks great both ways.

Patiala salwar- As the name suggests, the salwar from the jaunty land of the Punjabis, Patiala! A royal attire, that is usually appointed to be worn by Punjabi women at very special occasions. A Patiala salwar depicts and portrays a lavish and distinguished style, popularly favored for weddings and similar events.

Palazzo pant- The loose fits are a blend of the indian and western. Stylish and graceful, goes well with long straight kurtas and anarkalis, easily wearable to any swanky affair.

To enhance fine opulent outfits, like anarkalis, ethnic gowns and straight cut suits, you need to      have superlative salwar types, that would complete and show off your threads. Pamper the inner     stylist in you and explore the varied types and options for salwars. Give your desi avatar a quirky      twist with an élan, to brag about.

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