Churidar suit is the evergreen fashion for women, How?

Churidar is something that everyone likes to wear. In India people love to wear churidar, churidar is worn by all age groups from young girls to elder ladies. This dress goes back to the Mughal era, people back then wore churidar and a short kurta over it. And the suit still has the same consistency in the fashion world.


The churidar can be divided into three parts-

  1. Kurta – The kurta of the churidar is usually short in length. The reason for it being short is to show churidar below.
  2. Churidar – The bottom of the dress is called the churidar, the reason behind it being called the churidar is the bottom is a narrow ad is longer than the length of the women. To wear the churidar you need to slide the entire extra fabric and it gets collected near the ankle giving a churidar look.
  3. Dupatta – The dupatta is an unstitched fabric that is put on the shoulders or on the hands.

Churidar can be worn in many styles and the designers have sculptured it in various different ways. Churidar is something that can be worn in all function and occasions and looks good on everyone, If you are up for a wedding then a churidar suit with a jacket style kurta is the real in thing and a bit of a heavy design on the kurta a raw silk churidar and a heavy chunni to go with it will be good. If you want something for a function or a party try going for a western style churidar suit, it will make you look modern and yet stylish, such kurtas are not heavy on the work but the design and the print make you look outstandingly beautiful. If you are looking to wear something on daily basis you can look for a simple suite or a chicken suit with light design and embroidery.

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