SALWAR KAMEEZ PARTY WEAR COLLECTION
What makes the Salwar Kameez truly elegant? great outfit for every occasion, every reason, every body type and every season. We call it as Indian authentic ethnic fashion! For the modern Indian woman who wants to dress up quickly and conveniently and yet look magical, we present the Salwar Kameez
SALWAR SUITS FOR STYLE & CONVENIENCE
Indisputably the queen of all Indian attires is the Salwar Kameez. Predominantly worn in North India and now popular in all parts of the country and world, Salwar Suits are as suitable for everyday wear as they are for ceremonial ones. Here is an attire that flatters every body type and is the modern woman’s best friend. In fact, no two ensembles are the same, as multiple colors, length of kameez, styling, prints and threadwork brings forth the Salwar Suit in its zillion avatars.
WHAT’S YOUR FAVE SALWAR SUIT?
There are some basic styling cues you should watch out for when picking a Salwar Suit. If the kameez is long, wear it with churidars, trousers or palazzos. Short kurtas look feminine with salwars and patialas. While the traditional versions look chic and gracious, try new-age varieties like Layered Salwar Suits, Jacketed Kurtas, Kameez with Asymmetrical hemlines or the floor-sweeping silhouettes. Utsav Fashion has a whole range of A-line Suits, Punjabi Suits, Anarkalis, Abaya style Suits.
NAME THE OCCASION, AND IT WORKS
Salwar Suits are ideal as office wear since they allow mobility and minimalism. Straight cut Kameez and A-line Suits look very dignified in earthy colors with metallic jhumkas as a piece of jewelry. Out for a casual get together? Dress in Pakistani Suit with sleek trousers for a cool aura. When there’s a party or festivity on the cards, bring out your fancy ensembles in bright colors, pretty thread work and vibrant dupattas. In Punjabi weddings, the Salwar Suit is the attire of choice. Preferred in red, green and other dominant shades with lavish Zari, Cutdana, Beads and Resham work, Salwar Kameez is worn with heavy jewelry, matching bangles and swinging plaits.
THE ELONGATED SILHOUETTES
While the imagery associated with Salwar Kameez is of a convenient but simple attire, it has recently evolved into Anarkalis and Abaya style Suits, both inspired from a glorious Mughal lineage. Both these silhouettes are almost ankle-length, flaunt heavily embroidered yokes, Patch Patti hemlines and mostly come in full sleeves and a variety of necklines. Since the fall and flow of these ensembles is important, it is better to avoid stiff fabrics and get them designed in Art Silk, Georgette, soft Cotton and Net. If you don’t like too much embellishment, take a cue from Floral, Abstract, Geometric and Abstract prints. They look pretty and peppy on all women.