Traditional Punjabi Suit For Women’s In Red Color
Embrace the rich heritage of Punjab in this vibrant ensemble, perfect for any occasion
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Traditional Punjabi Suit For Women's In Red Color$88.99
An exquisite outfit that perfectly captures the essence of Punjab’s rich culture and traditions is a traditional Punjabi Suit for women in a vivid red color. The salwar (loose-fitting pants), the dupatta (long scarf), and the kameez (tunic-style top) are the three essential parts of this famous attire. Each component enhances the overall appearance with its charm and grace.
The striking crimson kameez frequently has elaborate embroidery, decorations, or handcrafted motifs. These ornaments frequently take design cues from classic Punjabi patterns like gota patti work and phulkari (floral embroidery). The kameez’s neckline and hemline are decorated with tasteful details, which raises the garment’s aesthetic value.
The complementing red salwar is loose-fitting and comfy, allowing for easy movement. It frequently has pleats at the waistband, which gives it a lovely drape. Instead of a salwar, certain Punjabi suit for women may contain a churidar, a type of pant with tightly gathered folds at the ankles.
The dupatta, which is an essential component of the attire, completes the look. Along its edges, the red dupatta is frequently lavishly embellished with matching needlework or jewels. Depending on the situation and individual inclination, it can be worn in a variety of ways, draped over shoulders.