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Straight Cut Salwar Suits: Beauty Lies In Simplicity

Introduction

Salwar suits have been originated from the Northern India. With time, its popularity has spread all over the nation and beyond boundaries. Pakistan has adopted it as its National dress. It was applauded all over the globe for its rich embroidery, vibrant colors, and amazing fabrics. The suit comprises of three parts. Upper wear is called kameez; bottom wear is salwar, and the third part is dupatta. It has other variations as well, among which Patiala salwar suit is famous for its enormous pleated flares. The conventional straight cut hemline still has a prominent place in this dynamic trend. Designers modify the top wear keeping the straight cut salwar suits as the progenitor.

The matriarch of Newfangled Fashion:

Designers have come up with numerous types of top wears. Some of them are A-line, C-cut, trail, tail, kaftan, Anarkali, designer, short, knee length, ankle length, etc. But the elegance of the straight cut kameez is unmatchable. The mutation of designs and patterns can make it accessible to all kinds of occasions and purposes. Regular printed ones can be worn on a daily basis, to college or office, whereas the suits with heavy embellishments can be worn to parties. A gorgeous salwar with fine embroidery work at the bottom adds glitz to the outfit. A gorgeous dupatta of net or satin material with a heavy sequin border boasts a hint of glamour to the outfit.

Rich Fabric & Ancestral Handicrafts Sets It Apart:

Salwar and kameez can be made up of various materials. In the beginning, only cotton was used to make the outfit. This later changed to various fabrics like silk, chiffon, satin, georgette, crepe, velvet, etc. Opulent embroidery works, namely kacchi, Parsi, Karachi, Kashmiri, Gujarati, etc. on the kameez outlined with a heavy zari border is an eye catcher. This not only enhances the elegance of the attire but also promotes the handicraft workers. These trends make sure that the ancient crafts are not worn out.

Permutation & Combination of Fashion:

Miscellaneous new discoveries of patterns like chikankari, tie and dye, shibori, and prints like abstract, digital, block, have created a revolution in the world of fashion. All the arrangements can be applied to straight cut salwar suits. It carries all the styles with utmost grace. The new trend of bottom wears that include palazzos, leggings, pants, and jeggings can be clubbed with the kameez to give a fusion look. However, the charm of the ethnicity that a salwar suit has is exceptional.