We would like to share our knowledge on different kinds of Dress Materials to our valued customers. This will help our customers to differenciate the dress material and can also judge about the quality of the products.

Salwar Kameez Fabric

There is no limitation of Salwar Kameez fabric. These days it is very difficult to judge the fabric type, you can only trust the seller that he is giving you the right material.

Cotton is a real cool and soothing fabric. It is very comfortable during summers. Cotton suits are available in very attractive, light and pastel shades. Lucknawi or Lucknawi Chicken Kurtas are made of very fine and thin cotton with intricated hand embroidery of Lucknow. These kurtas are generally embroided with white thread over very soft colored fabric.

Cotton Salwar Kameez come in various designs like the famous Sanganeri handprints, Tie-and-Dye prints and South Indian cotton prints (Kalamkari).

Crepe Salwar Kurtas are also quite popular. Crepe is a thin wrinkle-textured flowing fabric. Plain crepe salwar kameez are available in many colors and shades. They are also available with embroidery, both hand made and machine made. Mysore is famous for its crepe fabric. Mysore crepe is preferred by the younger generation because of its figure hugging quality. A young woman in a crepe salwar kameez looks very charming and attractive.

Georgettes make gorgeous Punjabi suits and salwar kameez. You can wear them both as party wear and normal wear, depending upon the quality of the fabric and the embroidery done. Hand made intricate embroidery gives the fabric an absolutely stunning look. India is one country that is blessed by a plethora of embroidery-families that have learnt their art from the elders in the family. This intricate art has been handed down for generations. Georgette and typical Indian embroidery go hand-in-hand and blend beautifully.

Silk is a lovely fabric that is made into cloth usually for formal occasions. The pure the silk, the more expensive it is. Silk salwar kameez, heavily ornate with embroidery is a typical Punjabi bridal dress, with an equally heavy embroided dupatta or chunni. Bridal salwar kameez are typically red or pink in color, as these colors are considered auspicious. Silk is a sensuous and luxurious fabric that can be adorned with lighter embroidery also. Silk is very comfortable during the winters. Silks come with various price tags. Hence, you will find silk Punjabi suits in offices, restaurants, parties, festivals, religious occasions, and other formal events. Silk is an evergreen fabric that has never gone out of fashion since ages. Oriental India wore silk and it carried through the ages; and it continues to drape the present era.

Woolen Punjabi Salwar Kameez is worn during winters in areas that are very cold. They normally come in darker colors and shades. You will find woolen suits with light to heavy embroidery. You can buy a cheap woolen suit if the quality of the wool is not pure. Good woolen fabrics with assured quality marking are expensive and they are very warm as well.

The Salwar Kameez comes in many fabrics. Cotton is a real cool fabric. It is very comfortable during summers. These suits are available in very attractive light and pastel shades. Lucknawi or Lucknavi Chikan Kurtas are made of very fine and thin cotton with typical embroidery of Lucknow. These kurtas are generally embroidered with white thread over very soft colored fabric.

Cotton Salwar Kameezes come in various designs like the famous Sanganeri hand prints, Tie-and-Dye prints and South Indian cotton prints (Kalamkari).

Crepe Salwar Kurtas are also quite popular. Crepe is a thin crinkle-textured flowing fabric. Plain crepe salwar kameez are available in many colors and shades. They are also available with embroidery, both hand made and machine made. Mysore is famous for its crepe fabric. Mysore crepe is preferred by the younger generation because of its figure hugging quality. A young woman in a crepe salwar kameez looks so enchanting and attractive.

Georgettes make gorgeous Punjabi suits and salwar kameez. You can wear them both as party wear and normal wear, depending on the quality of the fabric and the embroidery done. Hand made intricate embroidery gives the fabric an absolutely stunning look. India is one country that is blessed by a plethora of embroider-families that have learnt their art from the elders in the family. This intricate art has been handed down for generations. Georgette and typical Indian embroidery go hand-in-hand and blend beautifully.

Silk is a lovely fabric that is made into cloth usually for formal occasions. The purer the silk, the more expensive the price. Silk salwar kameez, heavily ornate with embroidery is a typical Punjabi bridal dress, with an equally heavily embroidered dupatta or chuni. Bridal salwar kameez are typically red or pink in color as these colors are considered auspicious. Silk is a sensuous and luxurious fabric that can be adorned with lighter embroidery also. Silk is very comfortable during the winters. Silks come with various price tags. Hence, you will find silk Punjabi suits in offices, restaurants, parties, festivals, religious occasions, and other formal events. Silk is an evergreen fabric that has never gone out of fashion since ages. Oriental India wore silk and it carried through the ages; and it continues to drape the present era.

Woolen Punjabi Salwar Kameez are worn during winters in areas that are very cold. They normally come in darker colors and shades. You will find woolen suits with light to heavy embroidery. You can buy a cheap woolen suit.

Salwar Kameez Design

Much part of the Indian community (specially North Indian women community) wear Salwar Kameez daily. Some part of the community wear simple design kameez salwar and some part of the community wear Design Kameez salwar,means that they prefer design on the Kameez and Salwar. The basic concept remains the same from traditional Salwar Kameez to modified salwar kameez.

Traditional Kameez is normally long upto knee with wide circumference (Gher) and with full sleeves. It is almost fully covered from the back with back neck line depth 2"-3" and medium low in front with the front neck line depth 6"-7". It is wide or broad at neck like 6-7" inches to put the head into the Kameez.

Traditional Salwar Kameez

Kameez Salwar is a dress normally worn by North Indian people in India. It is a traditional dress of North India (Punjabi) ladies. Kameez Salwar is a symbol of dignity and simplicity and confortable to wear. Kameez salwar is normally worn with chunni or dupatta. kameez is the upper part of the combination of Kameez Salwar and Dupatta. Traditional Kameez is normally long upto knee with wide circumference (Gher) and with full sleeves. It is almost fully covered from the back as back neck line depth like 2-3" and medium low at the front like 6-7" inches as front neck line depth. It is wide or broad at neck like 6-7" inches to put the head into the Kameez.

Cost and variety is directly proportional to the demand . With the marriage season, the wedding salwar kameez are on high demand and the traders may charge more even if there is less variety available so that it is cost effective.

Cost is directly proportional to the work done on the wedding salwar kameez. It is amazing that the cost of wedding salwar kameez goes upto thousands and even lakhs of Rupees depending upon the work done on the wedding salwar kameez, especially the material used for work like from resham thread to pure golden threads.