4 Ways to Turn Traditional Salwars into Happening Party Wears


Salwar kammezes are not only of the most beautiful but also preferred Indian ethnic wears, worn by women all over the world. This particular type of ethnic attire is suitable for women of varying ages too. Over the years, with changes in people’s tastes and fashion statements, there has been an evolution in the salwar kameez designs and patterns.

So, you have anarkali kameezes, short kurtis, pant kameezes, patialas and so on. However, many believe that salwar kameezes are not quite happening and that these are not as trendy as the western wears. Such ideas are nothig but misconceptions and if you are a true ethnic lover, here is a list of few simple designs which will make your much loved salwar kameez a perfect party wear.

Designer Necklines

Designers have brought forth different types of neckline designs apart from the usual round and v-cut. The neckline part is often embroidered so intricately that the wearer might not need to wear a necklace or neck piece. The design of the salwar kameez serves the purpose.

Halter Necks, Backless and Deep Cut Necks

Go for a deep cut in the front or back and your traditional salwar kameez can be given a modern look. You can also opt for a backless or halter neck one and enhance your sensous quotient in any party or ocassion.

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Asynmetrical and Curved Cuts

An asynmetrical or curved cut at the bottom of the kameez gives an unconventional edge to the entire apparel. Lawn kameezes with these cuts look gorgeous.

Go for Spaghetti Straps

Salwar kameezes with spaghetti straps will make you strike the right blend of the traditional and urban look. A net or georgette kameez with spaghetti straps is a perfect wear for parties and ocasions.

So, all set to buy printed and embroidered party anarkali salwar kameezes online? Experience a wide variety of cuts, patterns, designs and more only at Sareez.

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