From traditional shalwars, loose salwar, dhoti salwar, Patiala salwar and latest tulip shalwars emerged on fashion scenario. All these styles were brilliantly showcased by designers in their collection and additionally impart great look to overall suits. Fashion is another name of evolution and in subcontinent culture, the rebirth of the fashion industry has caused a craze for new trends. Seasonal trends and fads evolve and dissolve in society but some of them really give lasting feel and impressions.
Traditional wear in our culture is given real importance and look classic whenever adopted. Fashion designers have given many new forms to bridal, formal and casual wear and have crafted lehengas, elegant gowns, and maxis, frocks, and shorts that look adorable and distinguished. Designers did not deprive shalwar of new cuts and rend and thus experimented a lot over it.
Latest Patiala Salwar with Short Kameez Designs 2017:
Among all salwar styles, Patiala salwar gained so much popularity. They remained in style for a long time with paired short shirts. Patiala salwars were introduced with short round shirts and other shirts styles. Silhouette has too heavy flares of cloth and many drapes that fall brilliantly to ankle length. The ethnic Punjabi attire is no more a traditional wear rather the part of every modern wardrobe with various shirts cuts and fusion salwar.
This attire has been an experiment by designers with short shirts in straight or round hemline, boat-shaped hemlines, scalloped and asymmetric styles of short shirts.
These suits are regarded as a most comfortable form of dressing with an amazing blend of tradition and modernity. Patiala salwar 2017 demand a lot of cloth to make it classy and ethnic. Special cutting patterns are followed to impart the very grace to the suit and to enhance the look of shalwar. Innovative shirts have either long or short sleeves, round or square necks and are available in vibrant hues.
Semi Patiala salwar has also evolved with a lesser circumference of shalwar and volume of the shalwar’s has been reduced a little. Earlier, Patiala salwar’s with plain fabric were in demand. Commonly used fabrics for this are silk, chiffon, cotton and others. But now, printed salwars have taken place of the plain and they are in more demand. These printed partial salwars are worn with short plain shirts and are paired with plain or printed dupattas.
Though they have been borrowed from traditional and ole culture, but their elegance and fashionable style have made them popular even now.