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India is rich in tradition and customs where the cultural dresses and costumes are given more weightage. After sarees, salwar kameez is the most favourite outfit for any Indian woman. Indian ethnic wear have always gathered attention from all over the world. Initially brought to India by Central Asians, it was popularized by Mughals. Punjabis, North Indians and Muslims consider Salwar kameez or churidar suits to be their traditional and ethnic attire.

This versatile and comfortable ensemble has gained a special place in every woman’s wardrobe for their comfortability, versatility and affordability. Any woman irrespective of their age, religion, state or caste can wear salwar kameez with/without a dupatta. Wear this most beautiful traditional Indian clothing for any occasion: weddings, parties, casual wear, temples or to office also.

These are manufactured from different type of fabrics. The most popular of the lot is the cotton salwar kameez and the silk salwar kameez. Other fabrics available are shiny georgette, tussar, jacquard silk,, crepe,, polyster, satin, brocade, brasso and velvet.

Popular and trendy salwar kameez are the designer salwar kameez, partywear salwar kameez, bridal salwar kameez, anarkalis, patiala salwar kameez and the Bollywood Salwar Kameez. Designer salwar kameez come in different shades from bright to soft. Choose bright colors like red, brown, orange, yellow, black, magenta and white color designer salwar kameez for parties and special occasions. Colors like white, brown, green and yellow can be worn for casual and office wears.

Designer salwar kameez are available in a wide range of patterns to cater the growing needs. Black-printing, kalamkari, ikkat, patola, deccan himroo, batik, bandhini, leheriya print and khadi are very famous. Embroiderey work available on shalwar kameez are aplique, bagh, badla, abhla, resham, sitara, jaali, sequin, chikankari, gota, kantha, katiawari, kutchi and sindhi. Neck designs and sleeve styles differ from dress to dress. Innovative neck designs add glam and sensuosness to the ensemble.

The fame and comfort of churidar suit has reached such stupendous heights that most of the fashion designers have started channelizing a major portion of their creative abilities to give this ensemble a new look. Varying from the traditional to the gorgeous party look, the salwar kameez has evolved to suit all occasions. Designs, embroideries and culture is being adapted to suit every person’s needs. What could be better and more creative than adaptation of designs and embroideries of various countries. It is now entering the mainstream and the West is finally embracing it. Internationally well known celebrities like Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears, Angelina Jolie, Michelle Obama and Hilary Clinton have endorsed this beautiful comfortable outfit in some of the international events that they've attended. Foreigners have welcomed this Indian ethnic wear with open hands.

Most of the A-liner fashion designers like Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Ritu Beri, Manish Arora, Ritu Kumar, Rohit Bal, Manish Malhotra, Aki Narula & Tarun Tahilani have make this great ensemble famous all over the world and opened the export market for traditional ethnic Indian clothes.

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