Salwar Kameez is an Indian staple woman outfit. Women and their wardrobe are incomplete without Salwar Suit. It is quite simple and comfortable, also intricate and decorative. We can make in different styles suitable according to places like work and everyday life to formal events to weddings. After wearing twice and thrice, feel boredom to wear again. So try our mix and match hacks, which gives you a new and fresh look to your old salwar suit.
.The fabric with which you will be tailoring your salwar kameez is very important. The type of fabric will depend on whether you want to conceal your flab or show your curves. If you are going for the lighter varieties, it can make you appear slimmer. For the thinner persons, do not go for thin material like cotton and chiffon. They make you look even thinner.here are so many types of salwars to try – afghani, patiala, simple, palazzo, sharara… experiment with them. Don’t just go with the simple basic salwar. Honestly, nobody wears such a thing these days. Keep it in mind.
.The length of the kurta decides the whole look of the wearer. If you are opting for typical salwars like Patiala, Afghani or normal sawlar, keep the length of your kurta up to knee length. A kurta longer than knee length will not only hide the beauty of your salwar but will also make you look strange.Tops and t-shirts might look good even when these don’t fit you well, but these doesn’t apply on Kurta. When wearing salwar kameez, you need to be very careful about the fitting. Nothing can beat the beauty of a well-fitted kurta with a Patiala sawlar. At the same time an ill fitted kurta can create the havoc for your appearance by making you look bad.No matter how much you try to pair a salwar suit with heels or pumps, it will look best with Punjabi juttis. It’s not something I am saying just out of the blue. It’s something I can claim, and I challenge you to try it right now. See yourself in the mirror with a salwar suit on along with heels and then with Punjabi juttis. Compare, and you will know. The traditional footwear looks best with salwar suit.But then again, it might not be true for other accessories.
For example, if you’re wearing a sophisticated salwar suit to your office, you wouldn’t want to wear something like saggi phool (a kind of headband) or a prandi (a kind of Punjabi hair tie) along with it. You will like to keep it simple and tie your hair in a simple bun or let them be loose with no accessories.You need to achieve a balance by the occasion as well as trend. Traditional is great, but it may not always be according to the occasion. So, always think about that before you match up accessories with salwar suits.