Punjabi Traditional Women Clothing

Desi Style

Punjab is one colorful region of the world with rich culture that keeps on inspiring and attracting the people globally. The traditional women clothes of the region are perfect blends of beauty, elegance and comfort which are called Salwar Kameez. Punjabi suits consists of three pieces – the kameez which women wear as tops, the salwar which acts like the bottom piece and the dupatta or chunni. It is indeed a wonderful look that Punjabi women attain with these traditional clothing styles.                                                                                               jyoti-155jyoti-186

I love to wear Indian dresses as they are elegant and comfortable. There are various types of Indian dresses but my favorite Indian Traditional dress is Salwar kameez. It is a traditional dress of Punjab which is mostly worn by North Indian people. Salwars are detached pajama-like trousers. The legs are wide at the top, and restricted at the lower leg. The kameez is a long shirt. Purpose of dupatta is to cover modesty. You can also actually tie around your waist & take on one shoulder.

The Salwar Kameez I’m wearing is made in India at some local tailor shop (non brand), the jewelry as well. I tried to make a combination of two vibrant colors which came out really good and eye catching. I don’t really wear Punjabi suits but my love for them is infinity ♥ Simple Punjabi suits always give you elegant look. And most important Punjabi Jutti/Ethnic Footwear, look is incomplete without it. If you’re looking to buy anything similar there are tons of options now a days. Check out on Instagram search for Punjabi jewelry or Punjabi suits.

I hope you guys like the look!








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