It’s not jeans nor crop tops, they are the Salwar suits which are most popular and an essential part of Indian women’s wardrobes. Salwar suits popularly referred as Salwar Kameez are one of the most conventional Indian dresses. Seeing their popularity they can be labelled as unofficial national dresses for women in Indian subcontinent. They are not popular choice just for households or works but also show their class and elegance on heavy occasions such as party or weddings. They are pretty, attractive and give stunning and divine look to women with any body shape.
Salwar Kameez are the most usual and ordinary dresses in north although their history comes back from Mughals several centuries ago. At Infibeam choose from various styles of women salwar suits for any occasion. Today in metros, the salwar is been replaced by leggings, jeggings or jeans. Golden borders kameez are most preferred in South India. In north women prefer plain printed kameez with embroidery work. Also there are salwar suits reserved for parties and marriages with bright color schemes and heavy amount of embroidery work done on them. Salwar Kameez are generally styled with “dupatta”. One can simply drape the dupatta over one's shoulder or around the chest. There are variety of dupatta available from heavy traditional work to bandhani style and at times can be used as a simple stylish accessory to cover one’s head during festivals and in front of elders.
Do online shopping of salwar suit, a dress that has evolved over years. Choose from the range of latest salwar suits at best prices. From Anarkali dresses to traditional Punjabi Salwar Suits. Wear works from different fabrics, lengths and sleeve. Team up your kurtas and kurtis with different lengths and choice from our collection of salwars, churidars, patialas or in the trends “Net Churi leggings”. The women salwar suit has evolved through years and still the favourite one. Give a desi look to your wardrobe, shop online from collection of Salwar suits on Infibeam. The desi look will get a beautiful touch with the ethnic footwear such as kolhapuri and jewellery.