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                                  A little different from the rest – exclusive salwar kameez offerings

The salwar kameez was once a simple traditional two piece dress with covering piece or dupatta. Over time it has transformed from mere traditional attire, worn simply for daily use, to emerge as fashionable classy attire worldwide.

The salwar suit – apt for any occasion, an alternative to the saree

The salwar, is a loose trouser like garment; with the kameez worn above it. It can easily be said to be one of the most flexible, fashionable, favored outfits of today with its fancy fittings and freedom of movement. An attire that spells class and comfort. The salwar is wide at the top, narrow at the ankles, gathered at the waist by drawstring or elastic band and could be wide, baggy or narrow depending upon the preferred style. The kameez is generally the key to attraction or the draw factor. It has neckline, embroidery, sleeve format and other additions on it, to decide whether it is to be traditional, trendy or ultra fashion. Women wear the salwar suit, with accompanying shawl or scarf known as dupatta or chunni. This also serves to cover the head in the Gurudwara or temple and when family elders are present. Together the three make up what is known as cool, comfortable and chic attire.

An exclusive handloom weave

There is something more than the ordinary when it comes to the high priced, exclusive, designer and latest in handloom salwar suits. Floral designs, geometrical patterns, neo prints, captivating motifs, self-color designs in the weave, plain kameez having patches lined with zari, embroidery, multicolor borders are already there. The fabrics are in silk and sico, the thread counts are high, the adornments more tastefully done than before, the prints and designs current and novel, the colors so chosen that the prints and patterns mesmerize the onlookers. Motifs are distributed and captivating. The salwar, plain and matching or color contrasted with the kameez, has classic embroidery, engaging block prints, self color designs in the weave. The dupatta is plain, has designer prints, classy embroidery, dual color portions, multi-color stripes, distributed motifs, lined borders or a mix of some of these.

 

The dupatta complements the salwar kameez combination to heighten its appeal. Apparel like the salwar kameez have endless possibilities of match and mix. They also have a wide range of prices. Punjabi suits are available at good sale discounts, at low and cheap prices also.

The entertainment industry’s love for the salwar kameez

The Hindi film industry Bollywood, is filled with starlets who adore the salwar kameez and have made appearances in them, in a number of places like reality shows, parties, award nites and launches. Kareena Kapoor in a blue designer, Katrina Kaif in orange, Anushka Sharma in green, Priyanka Chopra in white chudidar kameez, Vidya Balan, in a designer embroidery salwar suit, Sreedevi, Madhuri Dixit, Raveena Tandon in orange, Aishwarya in pink and white designer, Dia Mirza in white, Zarine Khan in pale green, Sonakshi in red, Sushmita Sen in yellow white have delighted their fans in these designer Punjabi suits. Asin, Hansika Motwane, Sneha, Shriya Saran, Anushka Shetty have also delighted in a host of colors ranging from neon to light to pastels.

Exemplary offerings that are slightly exclusive

Priced between Rs. 5000 and Rs.10000, in jumps of Rs.1000, making stops at Rs.5500, 7000, 9000 and reaching the magical Rs.9999/- , the Unnati Silks offerings in this range are colourful, stylish, fashionable and very awesome. There is plenty of variety, lots of depth, easy priced and discounted, to gladden the heart. Silks and sicos colourful, of fine counts, with lots of special features, tastefully done. It is an arty assemblage. You have the Rajasthani jute net blend with fresh, tasteful creations in prints. There is the neon range of Uppada silk salwar suits, with matching borders and lovely colors. There is a light colored range of Tussar silks that are eye-catching. There are metallic thread work and spring work offerings in Crepe Silk that are breath-taking. There are other silks that boast of artistic designs, unique and innovative block prints.

These and many more are the offerings that are easy-priced, cheap or heavily discounted.

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 sale 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 pure silk salwar kameez, pure cotton salwar kameez, sico salwar kameez, art silk georgette punjabi suits, chiffon, dupion, tussar silk punajbi suits, 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.