Churidar Kurta or Churidar Pyjamas, on the other hand, are tightly fitting trousers and are often referred to as Moghul Breeches. While stitching these are cut wide at the top and they narrow down as they reach ankle. This style is preferred more because it emphasis the contours of the leg. Churidar are usually cut longer than the length of the leg and finished with buttoned cuff tightly fitted at the ankle. The excess length then falls loosely over the leg in ripples or folds and often resemble the bangles, hence the name “Churi-dar”
Both Salwar Kameez and Churidar Kurtas are made from variety of fabrics including cotton, silk, satin, and crepe, georgette, brocade, tanchoi and heavy satins even with real gold and silver embroidery, studded with precious stones. Elaborate patterns are done with Phulkari, Chikankari, Meenakari embroidery works or Kundan, Resham, Zari and Zardosi patterns. Other patterns include Bandhej, beaded sequins, mirror work, Leharia and block cum handprints.
Kameez varies in length from thigh line to knee line. Embezzled with delicate patterns and stone works, a Kameez is the main piece of the set. A Salwar is usually gathered at the hip either with a drawstring or elastic. Dupatta is often weaved in sheer fabrics and add brilliance to the Salwar Kameez.
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