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Salwar kameez, kurtis and stoles

By admin On January 19, 2016

Salwar kameez, kurtis and stoles

Salwar Kameez has a long history. It hailed from entire South Asia and has additions and blends of many other countries like Afghanistan, Pakisthan and even Bangladesh. In India the state Punjab and Gujrat has their own effect in giving Salwar Kameez a different look. The traditional Salwar Kameez is generally worn with a long scarf or Dupatta which are generally colorful.

Kurtis are the ones which are generally worn by men with Pajama, Salwar even Lungi and they were generally short. However with time women have started following the trend and now there are various types of designer Kurtis along with the traditional ones which women follow and carry well with trousers or leggings.

Stoles have originated way back. The word Stole originate from the Latin word Stola. It was way back during the Roman Chatholic times the stole was used during the time addressing the mass for any religious ceremony as a vestment round the neck. It got blended with the different segments of countries and gradually it took the shape of a ladies scarf.

In the first section we are going to see the Salwar Suits and even buy Salwar Suits Online in India.



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This Salwar Kameez has a base fabric of Chanderi Silk with beautiful pink small floral motifs. The fabric used in the Salwar is off-white cotton. The light weight chiffon Dupatta is equally beautiful, dyed and printed. This Salwar set is very light and can be used for casual purpose.


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This Salwar Kameez is of maroon raw silk fabric. The Kameez is simple with an anchored yok and a neck patti of brocade. The churidar is black. The unique part of the set is its tussar printed dupatta with tassels at the end. The dupatta is the real beauty of the set.



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This set is quite trendy now a days. It is better known as the Anarkali style. The bright maroon set is made of georgette and has wide dense white Parsi embroidery on the border and on the sleeves. Dupatta is of chiffon with white border. The set can be worn with a matching maroon legging.


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This is a pure three piece pink tussar salwar kameez which has floral motifs all over the kameez. Dupatta is of matching pink color with a different print and tassels at the edge. The salwar is of pink cotton. Since this is available in an unstitched way you can select your own design.


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This salwer kameez set is made of pure Munga silk and comes readymade. The beauty of the set is the tussar printed dupatta. It comes with a stitched palazzo style pant. Tussar dupatta has block print with tussles at the edge. The set is very sober and you can wear it even in office other than parties.

Let’s now take a quick review of the various types of ladies Kurtis. Now you can buy Indian Designer Kurtis Online.


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This is a pure silk tunic which has a medley of colors and looks fabulous with the combination of lively pink and golden yellow. The zigzag pattern is contemporary in style and the bottons are interestingly placed. The chinese collar neckline is quite in these days. One can easily wear this tunic with denims or jeggings.


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This plain Linen Tunic is one of a kind. It can be a stunner if teamed up with a smart  khadi jacket or a stole. Team up with a printed palazzo pant to be a  trendsetter. The easist option is to wear with blue denims.



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This is a printed cotton Kurti with three quarter sleeves and has an interesting print of two birds facing each other with an amazing neckline which is very  different from others. The color of motifs is bright orange with a border at the end of the sleeves and yok. Black leggings would go well with the kurti.


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This Kurti is of Bhagalpuri Tussar Silk called Pashmina with print all over it. The Kurti looks very elegant and can be worn as a casual or a party wear with jeans or black leggings. This readymade Kurti is available online.



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This printed linen tunic has an uneven hemline and a casual comfy look. This vibrant  Kurti has quarter sleeves with two pockets in front .Be a trend setter by wearing it with a white palazzo pant or simply with a black or stone washed blue stretchable jean.

In the third segment we will talk about the stoles. You can buy these Indian stoles through online shopping.


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This is a wool blended stole with paisley motifs all over it. The edges have tassels and you can carry it with indo western dresses, be it a saree , a Kurti or a salwar suit. The woolen blended texture will give you a cozy feeling in winters.




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This is a stole for party wear and the base fabric is Benarasi silk. This exotic zari -brocade work stole is a show stopper and can be used in various ways. The gorgeous stole can go well with a Benarasi sarees.



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This is a Jamevar silk by wool stole. The color is navy blue with intricate paisley motifs all over. You can carry this light weight stole with an Indian outfit and also with a western outfit. The ethnic design makes it distinctive.



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This is simply a superb artistry of bringing in Kantha stitch work on a stole with explicit color combination of green with offwhite, yellow and maroon all over. The beautiful stitch work of colorful threads gives it a majestic look.






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