Wearing Salwar Suit

The initially salwar suit was general in the northern India state Punjab and Haryana; it included part of Punjab that is in Pakistan today. This traditional dress is worn by women and girls through their style and cuts are very different from the other dresses. In addition, the style of salwar suits worn in Punjab is cut differently to styles worn in Afghanistan and Balochistan is known as “Punjabi suits” or “Patiala salwar suits”.

In Punjabi salwar kameez, salwar is cut straight and gathered at the ankle with a loose belt reinforced with coarse fabric and kameez is cut flat and straight with side slits. The use of slit in kameez cutting line can be traced to the 11th century and is very similar to the modern straight cut kameez worn by women today. The Punjabi salwar kameez or thePatiala salwar kameez emerged as mainstream fashion clothing in 1980 and during the first part of the 21st century, when it began to wear on the streets and in parades in London and Paris. He became a rage when the fashion leaders like Princess Diana, Duchess of Wales and Cherry Blair, wife of British Prime Minister Tony Blair wore.

Punjabi Salwar Kameez in the West

The salwar kameez is worn by women across racial and ethnic lines in many parts of the world that migrant from Punjab in India and Pakistan continue to move to different places in the world with their culture and clothing. Black ladies in London were among the first to adopt these salwar kameez, long before they were worn by fashion icons and upper-class Britain and continue to this day to wear these Punjabi suits because of their comfort and wear ability whole season. However, in this complex world of fashion and culture change, the real heroes keep Punjabi suits alive are elderly Punjabi women that despite cultural and racial chances continued to wear their salwar kameez classic and actually promoting these proceedings for their next generation.