Salwar by itself being a home product of Punjab, Panjabi salwar is more famous for its specialization and varieties in the salwar kameez family. Panjabi salwars are usually colourful and they mostly use bright colours. Unlike those prevalent in other parts of India and Pakistan, Punjabi salwar kameez has full arm sleeves and the loose kurti extends to the knee level. Leg movement is kept easy in the salwars. The styles from Punjab include Patiala salwars, Casual Punjabi salwars and bridal wears.
Patiala kameez of Panjabi salwar is known for its different neck patterns. The Patiala salwar on the other hand may be heavily pleated or moderately pleated. They also have a fresh appeal when paired with short kurtis. Casual Panjabi salwars have lighter forms of embroidery like resham or chikankari in them. These salwars are also famous for the enthusiasm that they exude in the air. They are comfortable and elegant simultaneously.
Panjabi salwars is usually loose and baggy. Some of them have the ankle wide while others have a narrow ankle region giving a gathered appearance. Dhoti salwars are a desirable form of Panjabi salwars . Panjabi salwar is setting trends in Indian fashion scene and its charm is evergreen which would never fade. While purchasing material for the salwar kameez, one needs to check the durability and suitability of the fabric for the desired pattern and use. These salwars could be in forms like plain, printed or could accommodate interesting embroidery. Punjabi salwars have endless varieties with new ones evolving each day.