Neck Style Salwar Kameez

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Neck Style Salwar Kameez

The Salwar Kameez is a women’s garment unique to the South Asian region of the world; it is also sometimes referred to by some as Neck Style Salwar Kameez.


The Salwar is the trouser component of the garment. It can be tailored loose or tight fit and made from a vast array of fabrics including silk or cotton. The Salwar is always tied at the women’s waist by means of drawstring.


The Kameez is the shirt component of the outfit. The Kameez can be tailored short or long dependant upon the individual’s preference. The modern day Kameez tends to be a lot less modest than the traditional designs which were introduced to South Asia by the Muslim invaders of the time.


To complete the outfit women wear a dupatta around the neck this is essentially a long scarf. The dupatta is usually heavily embroidered and matches in colour. The dupatta in South Asian culture is a essential component of the outfit as it allows the individual to cover their head in the presence of elders and when entering places of worship. This practice of covering heads by women is commonplace throughout South Asia.

In western countries the Salwar Kameez is becoming a common sighting on the streets as established immigrant communities are bringing this style of clothing into the mainstream with a fusion of western and eastern design styles and fabrics.



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Posted on September 18, 2011, in Salwar Kameez and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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