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Top 5 Evergreen Salwar Suit Styles

Every woman wants to dress well and look her best when she exits her home. Most Indian women feel at utmost comfort in a Salwar Suit, be it work, parties or even just visiting the market.  The salwar suit is one of the ethnic attires of some of our Asian countries. Indian Traditional wear for women is incomplete without Salwar Suits. Women love to add favourite designs to their salwar suit collection from trendy designs by prominent designers or then shop online for casual ones to wear daily.

Evolving of the Salwar Suits

Over the years this popular piece of clothing has evolved dramatically. Women wore ‘salwars’ or ‘patialas’ with short Kurtis and draped a dupatta over their shoulders to cover the bosom area. In the 70’s the tight figure-hugging Suits got into every fashion-conscious woman’s wardrobe thanks to Movie Stars like Sadhana and Nanda whose on-screen presence played a great influence. However, the present trends show that women don’t mind experimenting with the top and bottom. Pairing short ‘kurtis’ with loose ‘salwars or even flowing loose Anarkali type kurtas with tight salwar. And the dupatta? Well, this was not a compulsory requirement everywhere.

Advancing from a simple provincial outfit to pan-Indian clothing for present-day ladies, the ‘Salwar Suit Styles’ has experienced numerous changes. In its most recent cycle, it sets itself as an Indian outfit seen on the Global map.In my blog post, I wish to share some really smart and trendsetting Salwar Suits styles that make any woman stand out in a crowd.  Worn on grand weddings, or for daily routine, the Salwar Suits is the best option women of all strata in the Indian society prefer.  Dresses like Anarkali Straight cut and Patiala Salwar Suits are few of the evergreen styles.

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1. Straight Cut Salwar Suit

In this style, you need to pair a long straight kurta with churidar. With its fitting cut and design, it’s a hit with ladies of all age groups. You can even team this long kurta with a palazzo pant or flair skirt. Adding a few accessories like bangles and a high heel shoe you can make heads turn at any party.

Straight Cut Salwar Suit

2. Anarkali Suit

This is the most loved Salwar Suits style of India. It is suited for all body types and very comfortable to wear. This cut looks rich in any fabric and is best carried out for gota, embroidery, and embellishments. The flowy fabric conveniently camouflages those extra inches and curves. 

3. Patiala Salwar Suit

This is an extremely popular dress in the Northern India regions. Patiala salwars are exceptionally free-flowing with plenty of pleats that gather at the bottom to create a dramatic look that is very different from other regular salwars. It is teamed with a short tight kurta and a phulkari dupatta. Phulkari needs no introduction; it is one of the significant hand embroideries in the Punjabi culture. These days this dress is worn by women all over India and abroad.

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4. Palazzo Salwar Suit

These salwar suit styles are the most popular trend patterns pursued around the world. You can truly wear palazzo pants with any coordinating kurta or a top. Sometimes a totally contrasting top and palazzo bottom look exceptionally eye-catching. The palazzos have a parallel kind of base which doesn’t stick to your body or legs. This salwar has originated from the Pakistani design houses. They have switched from their customary salwars for something more comfortable and stylish.

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5. Front Open Salwar Suit  

This salwar suit style spells provocative with the big open slit in the front, yet from no angle is indecent clothing. Ladies with an athletic body or an hourglass figure can carry this style very well. Go for the chiffon, georgette or any other firm textures cloth. This front open Kurta can be teamed with a churidar or palazzo pant.  Simply toss on a couple of high heels and shake the front-cut suit like a diva!

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