Cotton Punjabi Suits Bography
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India is the country with wide cultural history and different traditions with fascinating characteristics in each state. Every state is popular for variation and diverse clothes styles. Every Indian state keeps incredible styles, from colors to designs. Hence we easily recognize people of any particular area through clothing style. The most influencing trends of India belongs to patiala, Rajhisthan, Punjab etc. Although each category has sub categories too with fascinating Indian designer clothing. Like Punjabi fashion is providing stimulating examples of India's rich culture styles. The traditional dress of Punjab is catchy, colorful and features particular kind of embroideries such as "phulkari" mean flowers inspired crafts in different colors. Mostly girls used phulkari on Punjabi salwar kameez to make colorful. They pair Salwar Kameez with different sort of bottom wear like patiala salwar, dhoti salwar or wide pleated salwars. So let's today we show you more Punjabi traditional dresses. These Punjabi suits designs are simple and colorful and adorned with multi techniques. The purpose of using different technologies is to show real richness and colors of Punjabi designer dresses. The Indian designer has used phulkari inspired patterns to make colorful base of cotton fabric, and further applied charming printing to highlight it more. For every Punjabi ethnic salwar suits design, different types if embellishments have been used like some Punjabi dresses includes embroidery detailing then few carries patches and motifs detailing. But the theme of traditional dress is as it is and designer has not customized it, because the designer know that Punjabi girls love with cultural flair and aroma.The Sala kameez is the traditional wear of women in Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Kashmir and has become the most popular dress for females. It consists of loose trousers (the salwar) narrow at the ankles, topped by a tunic top (the kameez).It is named as "Punjabi suit" or simply "shalwar" in the north and "churidaar" in Southern India.Women generally wear a dupatta or odani (Veil) with salwar kameez to cover their head and shoulders.[ It is always worn with a scarf called a dupatta, which is used to cover the head and drawn over the bosom. The material for the dupatta usually depends upon that of the suit, and is generally of cotton, georgette, silk, chiffon among others. This dress is worn by almost every teenage girl in lieu of western clothes. The salwar kameez is most common in the northwestern part of India. Many actresses wear the salwar kameez in Bollywood movies.Churidaar Kurta
Plain Churidaar kurta (left) Anarkali style churidaar kurta (right)
Main article: Churidaar
Churidaar is a version of salwar, which is loose up to knees and then fits the calf below. A salwar is a baggy pyjama with pleats which gets narrow at the ankles whereas churidaar fits below the knees with horizontal gathers near the ankles. Usually a long kurta, which goes below the knees, is worn with the churidaar.Pattu Pavadai Girl wearing Pattu Pavadai
Main article: Pattu pavadai
Pattu Pavadai or Langa davani is a traditional dress in south India and Rajasthan, usually worn by teenage and small girls. The pavada is a cone-shaped garment, usually of silk, that hangs down from the waist to the toes. It normally has a golden border at the bottom.
Girls in south India often wear pattu pavadai or Langa davani during traditional functions. Girls in Rajasthan wears this dress before marriage (and after marriage with sight modification in certain section of society. )
A painting depicting a Woman in Mundum Neriyathum
Main article: Mundum Neriyathum
Mundum Neriyathum is the oldest remnant of the ancient form of the saree which covered only the lower part of the body, a traditional dress of women in Kerala, South India. The basic traditional piece is the mundu or lower garment which is the ancient form of the saree denoted in Malayalam as 'Thuni' (meaning cloth), while the neriyathu forms the upper garment the mundu.