PAKISTANI DESIGNER WEAR
Traditional Indian & Pakistani Women’s Asian Fashion.
The Term Indian and Pakistani designer clothes refers to ethnic clothing which is typically worn by south Asian women, South Asia comprises India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal. As time has passed, its popularity has risen The Asian Fashion has garnered worldwide attention. It is a remnant of the Mughal era when the royal women of the time introduced Asian Garments.
The Mughal Rule, which upheld the tradition of royal ethnicity amongst the feminine charm of salwar kameez. The tale of ethnicity, which originated in Medieval India. The beautiful and intricate designs and patterns in ethnic garments are the result of meticulous artistry that has progressed over the years. Salwar Kameez is often spelt as Shalwar Qamiz, but given many names such as Churidar or pyjama suits.
These outfits are a traditional outfit, most traditionally a three piece outfit comprising a pair of loose trousers known as the salwar, a tunic like top called the kameez which varies in length from thigh line to knee line, a stole known as a dupatta this is simply a stylish accessory that can be worn over ones shoulder or draped around the chest and over both shoulders.
The traditional style of salwar has revamped itself from substituting traditional salwar’s from leggings to pant style, palazzo style and the current trend being tulip trousers. Asian fashion has been recognised all over the world regardless of their ethnicity, customs or race. Appealing those by its sheer graceful majesty and feminine eloquence varied materials and patterns to suit the changing taste of Indian and Pakistani Fashion, becoming the emblem of Ethnic fashion consequently what followed are a series of styles and designs from salwar kameez, sarees, land Lehenga’s.
Asian clothes are however becoming more popular.
In the current age to get that contemporary appeal the traditional garments have become stylish, women are now adapting ethnic clothing and using different Styles and designs influencing the Western fashion. Appealing those by its sheer graceful majesty and feminine eloquence using varied materials and patterns to suit the changing taste of Indian and Pakistani Fashion,
A variety of materials used ranging from georgette, chiffon, brocade, silk, cotton, brasso, velvet, making it suitable for all seasons and climates. Be it be casual or formal, the Ethnic wear are a great option for just about any setting. They are perfect as party wear, but can also be worn as wedding attire.
All Asian clothing are primarily adorned with beautiful handwork, and embellished with intricate embroidery, they come in many different designs and colours, decorated with sequins, stone work or jewels used in subtle ways to bring out the beauty of the designs on the fabric, giving it the beautiful complete look,
The traditional style of salwar has revamped itself from substituting traditional salwars from leggings to pant style, pallazo style and the current trend being tulip trousers. Asian fashion has been recognised all over the world regardless of their ethnicity, customs or race.
Since the Mughal period the Anarakli design has never lost its elegance and still considered an elegant and popular pick for any soiree, the anarkali suit is one of these styles which was recently brought back to the Asian fashion. The anarkali suit consists of a long, frock-style top which is known as the anarkali. The salwar, also known as the churidar, for an anarkali is usually slim fit, similar to that of leggings. The anarkali suit is fitted on the bust area featuring large pleats flowing around the leg area. The length of anarkali usually ranges, a perfect choice for a wedding or party.
A lehnga also spelt has Lehenga or known gharara, or chaniya choli. Seamlessly this attire adds a touch of royalty and grace to a woman’s appearance, from the cultural perspective, the names differ in regards to attires, you will have a north Indian and Pakistani saying that it’s a lehenga whereas the same piece might be described as a chaniya choli by a Gujrati person, As per the design perspective, there’s not too much of a difference, minor differences would be like will have a longer blouse, a ‘gharara’ will be flared pants (which look like skirts), a lehenga will have a shorter blouse and a flared skirt with a dupatta.
A Saree also spelt as sari or sadi, is one of the oldest quintessential Indian traditional wear which consists of a drape varying from five to nine yards (4.5 metres to 8 metres) in length it is typically wrapped around the waist and draped over the body, it is often worn with a tight fitting short blouse called a choli underneath, with one end draped over the shoulder.
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