Besides immense fashion revolution, and trendy indo-western ensembles, Indian traditional salwar kameez remains the hot favorite of all the Indian women. Different styles of salwar paired with different kurtis give every woman, from a homemaker to a working woman, their choice of outfits on the go! Women find this outfit great not just because they have a huge variety of designs, styles and patterns in them but because they provide free movement with grace.
Salwars are of different types and can be paired with different types of Indian tunics and kurtis on several occasions that an Indian woman witnesses throughout the year. Look no further to explore latest types of salwar types for women, which we have cheery-picked after a thorough search. We come up with different types of salwar that are a must have for every woman.
- Chudidar Salwar- Tight and body hugging: As the name suggests, this is a type of salwar that is body hugging and looks like a skinny fit jean, only more colorful and comfortable. This type of Churidar salwar can be worn under short or long kurtas and is available in many different colors, sizes, patterns and fabrics. They have been one of the longest trend that have stayed in the market. This is a definite must-have.
- Patiala Salwar- Free flowing and easy breezy: They were once only popular in Punjab and Haryana, but with time, slowly and gradually they have spread across the country marking their territory in the markets. These are one of the most comfortable ones among all. They are loose and have a flare. They go perfect with a short kurti and give you a classic look for the festivals.
- Parallel Salwar- Graceful and gorgeous: They are straight loose pants that look gorgeous when paired with long kurtas, both with and without slits. They give more of a formal look and therefore could be worn daily at office, college, or on occasions like office get-togethers, and other such formal and semi-formal events.
- Dhoti Salwar- Style it like the boys: Dhoti is an Indian garment that men usually wear in South India. Thanks to the fashion technology and the development in this field that there are now dhoti salwars for women to wear.
The only difference between the men and the women dhoti is that women have more color and design options and do not have to drape it around the body as they are pre-stitched like that.