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Behind the sari, salwar suits for women are the next most popular item of clothing worn by indian women. It consists of 3 key elements-kameez (top), salwar (bottoms), and a dupatta (scarf like garment).

Variety in Suits that Peachmode offers -

Varieties in suits
1. Indo-western suit
2. Casual wear salwar kameez/Dress material
3. Party wear suit
4. Printed suit
5. Designer suit
6. Anarkali
7. Patiyala
8. Palazzo Suit
9. Pant Style Suit

Indo-western suit

In the present era of westernization, Indian women have become pretty conscious about their looks. With more and more women entering the workforce it has given a great impetus to the fashion industry. The latest trend that is boasting of its style is that of Indo-western fusion women wear which is classic and stylish just apt for the working women.

The fusion of styles in Traditional Indian clothing and western clothing resulted in Indo western suit. These ladies Churidar kameez suits are specially designed to give western look with Indian tradition. An Indo western suit may have a sleeveless top and a salwar. Indo western suits also come in spaghetti straps instead of sleeves. Fashion is something that you can associate yourself with. The beauty of Indian women lies in bedecking herself and attiring something that always reminds her of the culture to which she belongs. Well, this explains the reason why Indo western women fashion is creating sensation everywhere. Indo western lady apparels give the contemporary look with essence of Indian culture and tradition. It is a hip-hop style that is happening but at the same time a great comfort to wear.

Indo-western wardrobe style looks amazing on Indian body type and embellishes the beauty of Indian women in the most modest manner. Bold and beautiful can opt for some wild Indo-western design with deep necks and long slits. Indian kurta can be replaced with a nice short jacket style top. To complement young women wrap up a nice embroidered Dupatta with beautiful Leheriya prints around their neck. This indo-western wear makes use of rich brocade, beautiful motifs and vibrant colors.

Casual wear suits / Dress material

The casual Indian churidars are wonderfully comfortable, ideal for the long hot Indian summer. Available in designs ranging from ethnic chic to traditional, to modern prints, in a wide range of fabrics. Many kurta tops are free size and with their flowing lines, are wonderfully flattering for the fuller figure. Women of all sizes can wear these outfits with confidence, knowing they will turn heads everywhere they go. Cotton is the best suit as casual wear. They are cool, flowing and elegant. Fancy suits are suitable for any occasion, casual or formal. Traditional suits are ideal dress for going to temples, birthday parties, and evening wear, while working at home or office.

Party wear suits

Indian Party wear suits are made up of a silk, satin, crepe and georgette fabrics, can be worn on festivals or other celebrations. Feminine and graceful, the party wear Indian suit is decorated with embroidery and mirror work. The dupatta is also in festive colors and has gorgeous embroidery. Indian party wear suits come in many different styles. People prefer party wear Indian kurtas in silk, satin, crepe and georgette fabric embroidered with as many as eighty panels with ornate embroidery and mirror work. Many could afford more intricate brocade, tanchoi and heavy satins even with real gold and silver embroidery, studded with precious stones. Pakistani suits too are very popular.

Embroidery beautifies suits. Embroidery, like every other art form, needs to be understood to be fully appreciated and enjoyed. Insight of the principles not only creates the urge to "paint" with needle and thread but also gives one the knowledge that enables a more keen perception of the old masterpieces as well as modern day pieces. There are no fix shapes and sizes of embroidery. It may vary from inches to feet.

Ethnic embroideries of different regions are extensively used like Phulkari embroidery of Punjab, Lehariya print of Gujarat, Mirror work of Rajasthan. Other designs include Meenakari, Kundan, Resham, Zari and Zardosi patterns. Short kurtis cum kurtas in pastel colors are very in and are selling like hot cakes in the market.

Printed suits: 

Another popular type of suit is the Printed suits. Different type of printing is done on fabrics like cotton, crepe and chiffon. These fabrics are very comfortable for daily use. Printed suit looks very pretty. It is not necessary that both salwar and kameez have to be printed. Most time it is the kameez, which is printed, and the salwar is in contrast color. Generally printed salwar kameez are available in sets. The sets consist of kameez, salwar and dupatta.

Designer suits: 

Designer suits are designed by professionals keeping in mind the changing trends. Fashion savvy people always keep themselves updated on the latest designer suits. You may have a look at the latest designer suits at Peachmode

The suits seems to offer limitless design possibilities.

Anarkali Suit

Anarkali Suits one of the prominent Suits that are much more famous among women. Generally Anarkali Suits consist of 3 separates wearables- a fitted waist with Long Kurta, a churidar and a Dupatta, with a rich essence of designs and patterns that are thoroughly influenced by Mughal Style. A very rich and royal look comes when you wear it during your social Events like Marriages and parties.
As the years passed Anarkali Suits has been blended in different diversities around the world and opted different styles with it. The Famous among them are :-

Patiala Suit

Patiala suits symbolizes ease and tradition along with a style. It was a royal dress for Kings of Punjab, as before it used to come with a baggy and pleated trouser. But as time progressed with a new blend and modern day impact, now patiala suits is designed with contemporary prints, motifs, embellishments and embroideries. From being stitched in regular designs, the patiala suit is now customized as per preferences of wearer. So you can keep the pleat minimal or maximum as per your need.

Types of Suits: 

With the evolution of the needs and the role played by women in Indian society, living within India and abroad, the types and variations of suits have also seen a sea change. Some of these variations and recent trends have been discussed in detail: 

  • Churidar Salwar Kameez: In this type, the pajama pant actually consists of a long length of salwar, which tapers off to the ankle; snag the length of cloth at the ankles provides a lot of pleats. This enhances the shape and cut of the kamez that is worn.

  • Palazzo Suit: In this set of salwar kurta, the pants have a more androgynous look, which flow to the ground from the waist without a curve. These pajamas are much more comfortable and are worn by women to workplaces and at home across the country.

  • Afghani Suit: The Afghani style of kurta is quite loose and a shorter one, which falls effortlessly from the shoulder to the thigh and has embroidery work along the neck and the hemline of the kurta.

  • Punjabi Patiala Suit: The traditional patiala suit from Punjab is a very popular variety of the salwar kameez and is worn by women everywhere now, after it was popularized by Bollywood movies in the recent past. The patiala pants are popular for their large and wavy pleats, which make the salwar look fuller and more beautiful.

  • Anarkali Kurta: This is an offshoot of the Lucknowi style of kurta and comprises of a bustier type kurta that is cinched beneath the bosom, with a flowing skirt from beneath it. This is a longer kurta and is generally worn till the knee or sometimes, beneath it.

  • Designer Suits: This is a line of new age kurtas and pajamas that follow closely, the trends of the modern fashion industry. Designer suits are a mix and match of the indo-western styles and involve a variety of fabric like the traditional chikankari from Lucknow to more westernized fabrics like organza, and zardozi work to geometric prints.

Different Types of Fabrics That Are Used For Stitching Suits.

Many varieties of fabrics are used for stitching suits in India, among which a few have gained vast popularity.

  • Silk : The only fabric generally used for making the most expensive suits is silk, due to its extremely soft and shiny texture. So the wearers feel very comfortable, as well as look very gorgeous while donning the silk suit sets on any special occasion. Different varieties of silks are available all over India, which are mostly named according to their places of origin, among which Banarasi silk, Mysore silk and Tussar silk are most famous.

  • Cotton : Since India has a warm tropical climate almost throughout the year, the cotton is universally accepted as the most comfortable fabric. Thus, cotton cloths are mostly favoured as the ideal dress material for making suits that can be used as daily wear. Cotton fabric is soft and most comfortable for wearing in the hot and humid climate of India, as air can pass easily through the visible pores present in between the fibres of this cloth. But the cotton dresses are no less attractive than other fabrics, as all shades of colours can be dyed and printed over the cotton clothing. Often cotton fibre is blended with silk, jute and synthetic materials; though pure cotton is the most preferred material for stitching dresses.

  • Synthetic fabrics : Among the synthetically manufactured fabrics, georgette, chiffon and crepe are the most popular ones for making suit sets. Georgette makes very soft and comfortable dresses, while the strength of this fabric can support the load of extensive embroideries of heavy threads. The free-flowing nature of georgette helps in creating most fashionable designs. Chiffon is another important fabric that is widely used for making the Anarkali style suits, due to its grace and grandeur. Crepe is favoured due to its wrinkled texture and lightness, which make the suit prettier in appearance.

  • Other popular fabrics : Jute is now used for making elegant suits, while Khadi is another favourite fabric that is used as easily affordable dress materials. Satin and brocade are two other fabrics used for making gorgeous ethnic Indian attires of vibrant colours. Net and tissues are very light fabrics that are conveniently used for stitching stylish suits.

How to pick one as per the body type?

Here we have listed a compilation based on body types -

  1. Hourglass body type: Girls with curvy body always are appreciated for their beautiful frame. This frame has a balanced upper and lower body with tiny waist size. We would suggest women with this shape to pick suits with longer kurtis.In fact, pant style salwar suits would look great too.

  2. Apple body shape: Women with such a body have full-fledged busts, broad shoulders and a bit heavier bottom area. Diagonal striped kurtis suit this frame. Even printed ones look great. High-neck kurtis can also be considered as an option to style right.Say no to cling worthy kurtis and steer clear of flimsy materials.

  3. Pear body type: Women who have smaller busts but a bit heavier lower parts are called to have pear-shaped body. In order to flatter this frame, front slit kurtis are considered great. This covers up the heavy portion and highlights the upper body. Pick party wear salwar suits or casual kurtis with front slits.Even anarkalis look awesome with angrakha patterns. Here is one catch though. Pick less flared anarkalis or else it will add more volume onto your lower body part.

  4. Rectangle shape: Girls under 20s, most of them have a rectangle shaped body. Due to workouts and physical activities it’s easy to carve such a frame with best features. Frock style kurtis and suits look great on such body types. Pair them with ballerina flats to make most out of it. Even in some cases, pant suits flatter this body perfectly. Finish off with fishtail braid or side swept hairstyle. Kohl filled eyes will look magical with such an ensemble. Wear light lip gloss on your lips to do the justice with the looks.

  5. Inverted triangle figure: Under this body type, women have smaller hips and a bit heavier busts with broad shoulders. This body type may occur due to genetic influences or eating habits. Pick suits in angrakha style to flaunt your frame perfectly. Even kurtis with jacket style will look great. Pick one with deep back neck styles to shift focus from your lower body part.

So, girls, go get these hottest style tips of suits styles as per body type to look killer!


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