Clothes that Ruled the Generation of Fashion-Era

The Indian fashion has been associated with bold cuts, patterns, and colors while Pakistani fashion has shown its variation in design with a touch of elegant detailing and craftsmanship. The fashion industry of both the countries utilize unique concept to design their dresses, but you can find some similarities in cloth.

 Shalwar Kameez:

The traditional clothing of Pakistan is Shalwar Kameez. The designer has given the different taste to the Shalwar in the various generation of fashion. The Pakistani Shalwar is loose like pants. This need to be tied on the waist with the help of drawstring and to make it cozier designer are using elastic on the place of drawstring. Generally, these shalwar gives a baggy look to the women.

  • Material of Shalwar kameez

Chiffon is a light weighted material with a little rough touch. It is designed with the mixture of synthetic fiber, cotton, and silk. It is widely used for Shalwar Kameez and even, you can find this material in daily wear clothes. The fabric of chiffon is fine then cotton, which make it more costly then cotton shalwar kameez.


The Sari is a traditional outfit of Indian women. The sari is five to nine-meter long unstitched piece of cloth, which can be worn in different style. The style to drape sari varies from state to state. The five-meter unstitched cloth also includes petticoat and blouse. The petticoat is the piece of cloth on which whole sari was draped. The one end of the sari is tucked into the petticoat, while most of the sari is pleated and again tucked into the petticoat and the rest of the sari was taken on the left shoulder which is known as pallu. The most attractive part of the sari is the pallu which has embroidery as well as motifs. The sari is considered as the one of the most beautiful dress.

  • Material of Sari

The sari varies in different texture and style, but every form of the sari has the spectacular taste of grace and elegancy. This shows the huge variation in the material like chiffon, rich silk and crisp cotton. Every region of India has their own form of a sari.

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