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There are many reasons to wear new Salwar patterns such as it is modest, great value, elegant, graceful and the bottom line is that it is comfortable.
Designer Salwar Kameez or Churidar look smart for casual family gatherings or even for a wedding ceremony. The Salwar is a baggy pajama type of trouser, which has legs wide at the top and narrow at the bottom. The Kameez is a long top or tunic, which often reaches up to the knees. The length of the Kameez can vary depending on the latest fashion in style.
The Salwar is stitched very differently. It has pleats at the waist and is held up by a drawstring or an elastic belt. The middle portion of a Salwar is very wide and baggy, but it gradually tapers down around the ankle. Another variation in Salwar is the Churidar style which is somewhat like a tight trouser, but with its fabric ending in various small folds around the ankles. Usually Indian women also wear a dupatta across their shoulders, over the Salwar or Churidar Kameez as a symbol of modesty. New salwar patterns like kali salwar, Patiala patterns, churidar, normal salwar, leggings, stockings, jeans, straight salwar, parallel pant, dhoti salwar, pancha kacham, gathering pant, straight pancha kacham salwar, semi Patiala salwar, are in great demand now a days. Usually the ankle parts of the new salwar patterns are worked with much art style like zardosi work, aari work, resham embroidery and crochet work. Waist band regularly attached with the kali or the thigh girth piece of the salwar.
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