Traditional Salwar Kameez
Salwar kameez is a traditional style of dress worn by women. The Salwar kameez is the second most popular Indian dress after saree and is gaining in popularity fast with the younger generation. The Indian salwar kameez too has had many design changes. Indian people express themselves a great deal through their clothing. Their spiritual quest for perfection plays a role in their choices of beautifully colored, dramatic, and traditional salwar kameez garments. The styles speak to the spirit with sumptuous, vibrant colors woven into the intricate and ornate designs to be found resonating throughout India. The styles speak to the spirit with sumptuous, vibrant colors woven into the intricate and ornate designs to be found resonating throughout India. Traditional salwar suits has emerged to be the most popular costume and of the pan-Indian variety in the history of the textiles of India. Though, later in origin from the salwar kameez, which traces its origin to the Vedic times, the traditional kameez salwar has emerged as the comfortable, elegant and respectful apparel of the Indian wardrobe. Bharatplaza offer a saga of innate style, intricate craftsmanship & fine design in traditional salwar kameez, traditional salwar suits, traditional kameez salwar and traditional printed salwar suits for a wonderful online shopping experience Today's woman now can choose from traditional salwar kameez or an Indo-West Fusion that has been showing up around the world among some of the hottest fashion designers. Salwar Kameez are made up of three pieces. The Salwar or pants, have a drawstring waist which allows you to make the pants as loose or tight around the waist fitting as you like. If you prefer elastic waists we can also add this for you on special orders. The Kameez is like a very long shirt that goes over the Salwar. With its clean long lines, this suit is not only comfortable but also figures flattering for all shapes and sizes. In ancient times, with the salwar kameez women used a thick material such as this to cover their heads for cultural, religious and practical purposes (to shade the sun from the eyes and face). Today, it is still used as a head covering by Muslim women in India and Pakistan but for the majority of women in India and America this is just a decorative piece that adds a gorgeous.Traditional salwar kameez includes intricate mirrorwork, bead work, zardozi, zari, dabka, kashmiri, kundan, chikankari, phulkari handwork in silver and golden threads and also floral prints and beautiful motifs in checks, rajasthani, batik, bandhej, and tie dye pattern which give the ethnic look.