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                                 A simple traditional Punjabi outfit, now widely worn fashion apparel

The salwar kameez was once a simple traditional two piece dress with a covering piece or dupatta. Worn in India and a few neighbouring countries, today it has reached a level of being classified as preferred stylish fashion apparel , across the country and shores overseas.

The salwar kameez with dupatta – a combination that has many permutations

The salwar is a loose trouser like garment while the kameez is the straight upper garment worn from the shoulders, above it. The salwar is wide at the top and narrow at the ankles. It is gathered at the waist by a drawstring or an elastic band. The salwar could be wide, baggy or even narrow depending upon the preferred style.

It is the kameez which is the focus of attraction, where the neckline and the decoration on the kameez dictate. It can be traditional to trendy to ultra fashion depending upon the taste of the wearer.

Women wear the salwar kameez, with an accompanying shawl or scarf known as dupatta or chunni. This serves to cover the head in the Gurudwara or temple and also when family elders are present. Together the three present a picture of elegance, allure and appeal.

Adornments that come with these three portions of the salwar kameez

The kameez could be covered in floral scapes or geometrical patterns, innovative prints or distributed motifs, self-color design in the weave or be plain with patches lined with zari, embroidery or multicolor borders. There could be plain to shapely stylish necks to designer embroidered ones. The sleeves need not be there or sleeveless, be of short, half length or full sleeves format with additional thread work or printed designs.The salwar could be plain and matching or color contrasted with the kameez, have light embroidery, block prints, self color designs in the weave.The dupatta again could be plain, have designer prints, embroidery, dual color portions, multi-color stripes, distributed motifs, lined borders or a mix of some of these. The dupatta focus is on getting to match the salwar kameez combination to heighten the appeal.Apparel like the salwar kameez with their endless possibilities of match and mix have a wide range of prices and are available at good discounts, low and cheap prices also.


The entertainment industry’s love for the salwar kameez

Some Bollywood heroines like the salwar kameez and have made their appearances both in reality shows and parties, at award nites and some launches. Deepika Padukone, Kareena Kapoor, Karishma Kapoor in white designer, Katrina Kaif in red and white, Anushka Sharma in parrot green, Sonakshi in green and dark blue combination, Prachi Desai again in a designer blue and green chudidar kameez, Vidya Balan , Yami Gautam, Priety Zinta in white designer embroidery salwar suits, Zarine Khan in pale brown, Aishwarya, Ayesha Takia in red and green designer, Aamna Sharif in lovely soft violet and Raveena Tandon, Shilpa Shetty have appeared in multicolor designer Punjabi suits. Tollywood has a few like Sindhu Menon, Shriya Saran, Charmi doing their bit in green, blue and orange.

Not that other colors are not worn or do not suit them but they have looked awesome in the appearances that they made in these.

Economical but attractive range of salwar kameez to buy online at Unnati Silks

Priced anywhere between Rs. 1 – 1000, in attractive steps of Rs.250, at Rs.250, Rs.500, Rs.750 and the magical Rs.999/- . The offerings are colourful, stylish, and fashionable. Designer prints, floral landscapes, plain fields with attractive borders, exquisite embroidery, fancy adornments, fashionable necks are all aimed to make the kameez, salwar and dupatta combo pleasing to the eye. There is variety, there is range, there is depth, there are specialties – that make up this Unnati Silks collection. You have Andhra cottons in simple multicolor stripes design with matching accompaniments. there are special soft handloom cottons with novel and innovative block prints with plain matching dupattas with tasseled ends that would suit all ages and tastes. And you also have the designer varieties in Chanderi sico and Meghalaya silk that would be better than expectations. There are also the chiffon and georgette silks with their floral scapes that would cheer up the mood. And of course very many others! A collection worth perusing!

Buy salwar kameez online and get the Unnati advantage

Unnati Silks, largest ethnic Indian shop online provides for you to purchase shalwar suit online, unstitched or semi-stitched salwar kamiz with matching dupatta. Shopping salwar kameez online at store with the widest range of Indian ethnic handlooms to shop Shalwar Kameez online, you can also buy cheap, low priced designer salwar kameez online, buy Punjabi suits at lower prices online and buy salwar suits at discounts and wide margins online of fancy designs and prints from the exclusive range of shalwar suits. Unique, stylish, fancy, exclusive, designer collection of Traditional, Wedding, party, trendy fashion, formal, corporate, office, daily casual Punjabi suits, regular use tunics in silk, cotton, sico, art silk georgette, chiffon, dupion, tussar, organza, crepe, gicha, jute and other fabric varieties at attractive prices, wholesale and retail.

You can buy latest, exclusive, fancy, designer salwar kameez or shop chudidar kameez online at Unnati silks and products will be dispatched within 24 working hours of placing the order. We have free shipping and Cash on Delivery (COD) facility for Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, Bhopal, Indore, Lucknow, Jaipur, Patna, Bhubaneshwar, Dispur, Itanagar, Kohima, Chandigarh , Ludhiana, Amritsar, Jullundur, Ernakulam and many other Indian cities and towns. We also do Worldwide fast shipping or express shipping to countries like UK, Canada, USA, Fiji, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, South Africa, Seychelles, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname, Bahrain, UAE, Qatar, Oman, Dubai, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Myanmar, Mauritius, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Maldives, Bhutan, Grenada, Jamaica, Saint Lucia and many more.