Salwars are one of the most comfortable attire for women. Teamed up with a long kurta, salwar kameez is one of the most popular traditional dresses in India. They’re especially a rage among young unmarried women and working women. The kind of comfort and ease you get in a salwar kameez is unbeatable.

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    The Basic Salwar: First type is of course the basic salwar that is worn by  a number of Indian women every single day. These kinds of salwars have frills in front originating from the center and of course the bottom part of salwar is a bit narrower than the rest.

    Patiala Salwar: This salwar gets its name from a very famous city in Punjab – Patiala. It is said that patiala salwar was the royal dress of the king of the city. They’re also called Patiala Shahi salwar since they were worn by the royal families of the place.

    Anarkali: This style is considered most popular in the market these days. You can take it as a royal outfit. Basically, this type of dress is a frock style kurti is representing the Mughal period. The fabric very popular is net and chiffon. This type of dressed have been disappeared in the past after but have made a grand comeback after a long time, we can say decades. They are definitely different and stylish. This type is the most favorite among the women in India, especially for the festivals and religious functions. Anarkali is also the most wanted dresses for bridal wear among the girls.

    Knee length: This is the most common type of salwar Kameez. The kurta is knee length with the pajama is open at the bottom or it also is a chudidaar that makes the dress elegant and stylish. The knee length is properly fitted to the body finely defining the curves of the women. The dupatta is again longer than the length of the kurta that makes the dress look ethnic.

    Long length: These types of dresses are mostly in demand nowadays. The kurta is of long length below knees with the bottom as chudidaar or leggings. Even the pants go well with the long kurta.

    Full Length: The full length style is considered the stylish and ethnic among the modern women. The full length dress also complements the anarkali style. The kurta or the top is of full length from top to bottom and the bottom is laggings or chudidaar that is almost covered by the kurta with designer dupatta.

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