Why You Should Switch to Stunning Churidar Suits to Look the Most Glamourous This Season

Churidar Suits

Salwar suits have been a classic Indian attire and at least one pair can be found in every Indian women’s wardrobe. It is kind of a go-to outfit for almost every occasion, from wearing it your workplace to attending wedding parties. 

Indian suits offer an array of different types of tops or bottoms to break the monotony, from sleek churidar suits to flared sharara suits, the floor-length Anarkali’s to short kurtis, full-sleeved to off-shoulder, designer to plain dupattas, everything is made available for the divas to dress up in. 

History of Churidar Suits

The origin of churidar suits go back to the Mughal empire when the outfit worn was that of a tunic and loose pants. Though the outfits worn back then had loose pants, churidars happen to be tight-fitted worn in South Asian regions. This style of salwar suits is mostly associated with the traditional outfits that the Pakistani Punjabis wore and migrated to India from Karachi, post-Independence.  

The Traditional with A Modern Twist

The popular and modern churidar collection that we find around have been modifying as per the requirements of modern women. Previously limited only to cotton and wool, the modern ones are available in georgette, silk, chiffon, net and what not with beautiful, intricate designs, be in printed, embroidered or embellished. 

A more detailed look into the attire, and you will find unique colour combinations, motifs and patterns that are delicately woven into the fabric. 

Indian salwar suits along with the modern-day Anarkali suits, Sharara suits, Pant suits all belong to the great family of churidar suits. These are a go-to for women during occasions. A new fashion wave of party-wear, fashionable salwar suits with varied bottom styles, different necklines, add to the glory. 

The three-piece ensemble showcases age-old heritage of a handiwork on outfits, giving them exquisite looks. The age-old practices, with newer styles have not only made the attire more fashionable but also immensely comfortable. 

Salwar Suits That Modern Women Love to Wear

Anarkali Suits: Anarkali suits would definitely be on the top of the list of the salwar suits that modern women are preferring at present. This beautiful Indian dress derives its name from Anarkali, the pretty Mughal courtesan from the court of Emperor Akbar.

Anarkali suits with floor-touching flared kurtas, which are tapered at the waist are usually paired with a pair of fitted pants or churidar. You can also wear a pair of palazzos, straight pants or a long skirt/lehenga with an Anarkali suit. Anarkali suits can be worn with or without a dupatta. You can also wear a short or long jacket with Anarkali suits.

A heavy kundan earring, maang teeka and a designer clutch bag or potli bag are the perfect accessories for an Anarkali suit.

Churidar Suits: Churidar suits have always been a much-favoured option for having a smart and stylish look, a salwar suit that looks great even at official meetings.    

Churidar are the narrow, fitted pants that not only looks great with long, straight-cut kameez, but also with frock-cut, angrakha-style or asymmetrical cut salwar suits. Accessorise as per the occasion and definitely wear a pair of heels. 

Palazzo Suits: Palazzo pants, a newer entry into the league. It is synonymous of comfort and style altogether. Palazzo pants can be paired with literally anything and everything. 

Either you can keep don an ethnic look by pairing palazzos with long straight or kurtis, and dupattas. Or, pair a designer ethnic palazzo with a formal shirt and a scarf or a chunky neckpiece. If you are going for a printed shirt, pair with it a solid-coloured palazzo, and vice versa. 

Sharara Suits: Bollywood diva Kareena Kapoor Khan’s character “Poo” made it highly popular in the song Boley chudiyaan in the movie Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham. We saw her sporting a baby-pink sharara choli and dupatta and we all swooned over it.  

Wear a dainty designer jewellery and lots of bangles with this, and remind people of that iconic look.

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