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Different Style Of Indian Suits And Kurtis For Women

Updated on August 3, 2013

Indian Traditional Clothes

India is popularly known for wonderful traditional dresses and costume. What make the Indian culture so unique is each and every state of country has its own traditional clothing for men and women. All type of Indian clothing look elegant and Indian wear them with pride. Indian clothing is having huge impact on western style and culture. Majority of Indian women wears traditional costume and man to be seen comfortable in western clothing. The salwaar Kamiz or suit is most popular traditional cloth in India. Indian men’s traditional cloth is Kurta Pajama, Dhoti and other dresses. Salwaar Kamiz or Kurta is also accompanied by the dupattas. Dupatta enhance the beauty of Salwaar Kamiz. Salwaar Kamiz is the traditional dress with lot of style and comfort to offer.

Different Styles Of Suits

Every women dream of having huge collection of suits in her wardrobe. Different style of suits made by different material such as cotton, silk and georgette. Here I will provide you different types of suits and kurtis.

Kurtis: Kurtis are made of cotton and can be wear at different occasions. Kurtis are also accepted by models during their ramp walk. Kurtis comes in different colors and materials with excellent finishing. Kurtis can be get readymade. Wide variety of short kurtis are most popular and it increase your glamour and look. kurtis can be with salwaar, jeans, pajamas and skirts as well. Kurtis are well stitched and embroidered work as well. It gives you more elegant look when it wears with jewelry and stylish footwear.

Punjabi suit: Punjabi suits have lots of traditional designs – long Kurta, salwaar made with lot of fabric with matching dupattas.

Churidar Kurta: It is tight fitted with lots of curl at ankle length. It’s beautiful with tight legging which looks like tight pants. When its worn, the end of the pants rolled up in shapes of many bangles and thus the name is churidar.

Patiala Salwaar Suit: Patiala Salwaar is made of lots of fabric than normal salwaar. It has many pleats which meat at waistline and drape below gracefully.

Pakistani Suits: “Pakistani suits” got its name because it worn by the pathan of Kabul. It is basically a men dress where salwaar is in traditional form and Kurta is longer enough to cover the knees.

Anarkali Suits: Anarkali is formal dressing of Mughal period and has been through numerous level of evolution. Kalidar suit satisfies for wedding ceremony situations. Anarkali suits is produced of cotton, chiffon and much more.

For a plumpy females, dark colors salwaar Kamiz is perfect. Close neck Kamiz with churidar pazami gives slimmer look.


Some Tips To Look Perfect In suits Or Kurti

  • Avoid choosing too tight Suits as you will look plumper and odd.
  • If you have short height goes for light color salwaar Kamiz. So you can look little bit longer in height.
  • If you want to look slimmer, avoid Organza or any stiff cloths
  • If you have heavy arms go for the half or long sleeves, which means hide to heavy arms
  • If you are short in height, wear solid and simple color salwaar Kamiz.
  • If you have thick waist, wear sold colors.
  • If you are fat wear skinner striped cloths to look thin.


Choose Kurtis According to Body Shapes

There are many online store offers stylish kurtis, doing online shopping of kurtis, take these kurti shopping tips before buying online.

Apple shape body: Apple shape women have large upper body and thin legs.Avoid patiala Salwaar and York pattern Kurti.

Pear shape body: Pear shaped women has wide upper body and thinner lower body. If you have pear shape body select kurti which can draw attention to shoulder and upper body. Avoid skin tight kurti.

triangle shape body:Women have wide upper body wide shoulder and large chest. So choose kurti which draw attention to your lower part. Avoid shoulder line Kurti.

rectangle shape body: square shape women has no curve flat body. so avoid close fitting Kurti.

Hourglass Body: women has perfect upper and lower class body with well waist. you can choose any kind of kurti avoiding loose kurti.


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