Salwar kameez designs are enhanced by using different colours, fabrics and different cut patterns in both the salwar and the kameez. Different types of salwars add grace to the kameez or kurti. Salwars could be Patiala salwar, Pathani salwar, dhoti salwar, kali salwar, leggings, normal salwar and churidars. Patiala salwar is the baggiest of all which may be heavy, moderate or scarcely pleated. Paithani Salwar is conical in the ankle region. Dhoti salwar has the pleats stitched in the pattern of dhoti.
Kali salwar has three pieces on the legs which gives a baggy appearance and is paneled in the ankles. Leggings are similar to churidar which are made from lycra material. Normal salwars are scarcely pleated and very formal. Churidar has tight ankle portion which is gathered to give bangle (churi) appearance. Different types of salwars are made from materials like cotton, chiffon, georgette, crepe and silk. They may be printed, plain or embroidered. The works on the Salwar kameez designs differ based on whether it is for party wear, casual wear or formal wear.
Formal wears in salwars could be enhanced by pastel shades with chikankari work in contrast thread colours. Party wear salwars have heavy embroidery with mirror works. Besides this, different types of salwars suit different physical stature. Salwar kameez designs could be browsed in online sites where we have better chances of knowing the about the latest arrival. Kurtis and salwars could be bought separately only to mix and match. This expands the look of your wardrobe.