Salwar Suits or salwar kameez is a typical Indian ensemble for women
with grace and elegance unbound. "Salwar" is a loose pajama
like lower that has a loose fit which is tied to the waist with a cord.
"Kameez" stands for a kurta like ensemble that is worn through
the upper part of the body. The elegance of kurta lies in the way it
flaunts the cuts, the material it is made up of and the kind of
embroidery it employs.
Embroidered Salwar Kameez make for impeccable clothings for all
occasions right form everyday use to formal events. The kind of fabrics
used for making embroidered salwar kameez are as follows:
- Chiffon and Georgette
- Handloom fabrics
A host of embroidry styles and embellishments are employed to adorn
these apparels. A few common types include:
- Kantha Embroidery
- Banjara Embroidery
- Banni Embroidery
- Zardozi Embroidery
- Mirror Embroidery
The popularity of embroidered Salwar Kameez is taking great strides
not only in the Indian but global markets as well. They call for high
export potential and are already being exported in many countries of
America and Europe.