Monday, November 16, 2009
Salwar Kameez for women being very famous around the globe. Salwar Kameez designers use the best material and attractive design to make it a trendy and vogue salwar kameez. Bargello has decided to help you by saving you from making the tedious trip to the never ending clothes shops for Salwar Kameez. Yes, you have got it right! With Bargello Women's Salwar Kameez you can shop online without the fear of tiring yourself out. They are fashionable, modern and Islamic clothing. You can find number of Salwar Kameez Suits in different types of clothes like Chiffon, Georgette, Katan, Jamawar, Banarsi, Cotton, Silk and Organza with embroidery motifs of Zardosi, Aari, Aabla, Badla, Cut-dana, Sequins, Resham work, beaded, and dabka. Our Salwar Kameez are made to measure and are stitched according to the measurement you provide with the order. Therefore, you avoid any misfit problem and always wear a dress that fits you the best.
A salwar kameez can be with sleeves, or sleeveless, long or short like baby doll, with straps haltered or strapless. Our Salwar Kameez have stylish cuts and best fittings, they are ultra-modern and recommended for any event in your life.
There are a number of styles available in the salwar kameez, some of them pertaining to the shirt only, while the other concentrating mainly on the trousers. The popular kameez styles include the simple fitted style, Angrakha style, Anarkali style, A-line style and kurta-style. In the first style, the kameez is made as per the measurements of the body, making it as fit as possible, while allowing for ease of movement. The Angrakha-style has been copied from the musicians of the royal court. It has one side of the shirt overlapping the other, at the side.
The Anarkali style of kameez is totally fitted to the body till the waist and from there on, it is cut in such a way that there is a lot of flare, almost like a skirt. It is somewhat similar to the dress worn by the Kathak dancers. The A-line kurta, as the very name suggests, takes the shape of an A. It is fitted at the top and widens up, as the length of the shirt increases. In the kurta-style kameez, the fitting is a bit loose and there is a collar as well. It is widely being worn by the women of the present generation.
In terms of salwar, the basic styles include churidaar, Patiala salwar, Pathani salwar, straight trousers and bell bottoms. In the last two styles, the kameez is shortened in length a bit, going above the knees. Getting back to churidaar, it is a tightly-fit trouser, which has a buttoned cuff at the ankle and falls into folds at the end (looking like a set of bangles resting on the ankle). Then, you have the Patiala salwar, which has much more flare than the normal one. It drapes in an elegant mould, forming even folds from hip to ankle
Patani salwar, as the very name suggests, has been taken from the salwars worn by the 'Pathans' (a caste in Muslims). It is baggy at the top, but tapers down as it reaches the ankles. Apart from this, the salwar can also be altered to take the form of straight trousers and bell bottoms. While churidaar, Patiala salwar and Pathani salwar count amongst the traditional Indian clothing items, the style of straight trousers and bell bottoms is a result of the increasing influence of western cultures, on the country.