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Our Sub-Continent is renowned for its vibrant and colorful culture, and the clothes reflect that. The weather and day to day life influenced the type and design of their clothes. This type of dressing  as it has come to be known, gave them a unique identity. Ideal for warm weather, these outfits are all about flaunting prints, designs, colors, and everything else that is vibrant on a bright summer day. Ordinarily, they are worn for informal and semi-formal events.


However, they have become a big deal, and many designers, in tune with emergent fashion trends, have modernized this outfit resulting in the creation of stunning designs.

The outfit 

This fashionable outfit consists of three parts, a salwar, a kameez, and a dupatta. The salwar is a loose pajama-like trouser that is wider at the waist and thighs but tapers towards the bottom. They are usually pleated at the waist and held up by a drawstring or belt. The  Pakistani Suits traditional salwar comes in many different styles, and a lot of people still wear them like that. However, fashionable women now wear tight, form-fitting salwars.

The kameez is a long shirt or tunic whose side seams are open to give the wearer a greater range of motion. Traditional kamiz were cut straight and flat with typical side cuts, but newer designs are featuring European-inspired set-in sleeves. Kamiz usually are loose-fitting, but fashionistas prefer form-fitting designs.

The stitching on kameez is used to showcase tailoring prowess, especially on the neckline. They can be simple or decorated with embroidery, beading, jewelry, etc. Silk, gold, and silver thread is often used to embroider the pieces. The last part is a dupatta, which is a long scarf or shawl-like cloth worn by women either around their necks or on their heads. 

Fabrics and Materials 

Pakistani Suits can be made from different fabrics. The most common ones include cotton, chiffon, and banarasi fabrics. Cotton salwars are made for everyday use because the cotton fabric is comfortable and breathable thus preferred during warmer weather. Cotton salwars are also less costly, but the durable nature of the cotton ensures you get beautiful pieces that are fit for daily use. Chiffon is a sheer-like material also used to make salwars.

Because it is finer than cotton, it is used to make higher-end salwar suits, which can also be worn every day. Silk is also a popular salwar material. It has a fine quality, which gives the fabric a soft, velvety, luxurious feel. This makes it ideal for making suits that stand out. Silk salwar suits are often worn to weddings, parties, anniversaries, and any other important events. Salwar suits can be simple or highly ornamental featuring stunning embroidery.


Pakistani Suits come in various styles. Some of the more popular ones include lawn suits, Patiala Shalwar Kameez, Straight Long Shalwar Kameez, Sharara Shalwar Kameez, Sherwani Suits, Anarkali Suits, Short Straight Shalwar Kameez, Short Flared Shalwar Kameez, etc. These outfits can be paired with gold or silver necklaces, earrings, jhoomars, mang-tikkas, and nath or just simple nose-rings.

To create great looks, ensure that the accessories complement the clothes. Wearing too many accessories will overwhelm the look, making you look odd. For instance, if the salwar suit has a lot of embroidery, a simple set of earrings and matching bangles are enough.

Pakistani suits have been an integral part of any designer collection, and they have featured in a big way on international runways in recent years. Inspired by the trending forms and prints, fashion houses and designers such as Maria B, Khaadi, Gul Ahmed, Deepak Perwani, Sana Safinaz, and many more, have created stunningly beautiful salwar suit pieces and collections. 



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