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    KC20405 - Ladies Salwar Suit with Cotton Dupatta
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    KC20404 - Ladies Salwar Suit with Cotton Dupatta
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    KC20402 - Ladies Salwar Suit with Cotton Dupatta
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    KC20401 - Ladies Salwar Suit with Cotton Dupatta
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    KC20400 - Ladies Churidar Material with Cotton Dupatta
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    KC20398 - Ladies Churidar Material with Cotton Dupatta
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    KC20397 - Ladies Churidar Material with Cotton Dupatta
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    KC20396 - Ladies Churidar Material with Cotton Dupatta
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    KC20393 - Ladies Dress Material with Cotton Dupatta
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    KC20392 - Ladies Dress Material with Cotton Dupatta
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    KC20391 - Ladies Dress Material with Cotton Dupatta
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With the changing modes of fashion, ladies churidar has also witnessed a considerable change in the fabric, designs and complete outlook. We have grown up seeing our grandmothers and mothers wear only a limited number od designs in salwar suits. These comprised of very simple prints or embroideries and mostly pastel colors with hardly any variation. There was also a meagre pattern of lifestyle that they actually had which was well intertwined with the dressing pattern.

But, with the changing times, there has been a change in the taste and needs of women all across India. Women have to step out of the home to work. Even housewives are not restricted to only household chores. So, a lot of dynamicity on the trend of clothing has stepped into the society. Women like to try a variety of colors, prints, fabrics. There has been a shift in the cut and design of the salwar suits as well.

Initially, cotton, silk and georgette were the 3 major fabrics that were used as canvass for cotton salwar suits. Nowadays, the base fabric expands over myriad of other materials such as handcrafted jute, rayon and chiffon. There have been volatile paradigms in priority as well. Women are now much more cautiousabout their look. But, one thing that remains unchanged is the need for comfort. From the 80s to the 21st century, the need of comfort in a dress material is that constant pillar over which the garment industry has been emphasizing on.

Churidar is a very upfront dress that potentiates tons of style and looks which can make you look classy and gorgeous. Ladies dress materials are equally diverse in creating a multi variant look for Indian women to successfully flaunt her style in any occasion.

Let us have a glimpse of the recent trends in the fabric and design of the ladies salwar suits. While cotton remains the most lovable and the most accepted fabric in India, jute and other handloom fabrics like tussar, silk, pashmina have gained entry as base materials in the salwar kameez industry.

Screen prints, indigo prints and vegetable prints are quite common these days. They are efficient to add an edge of classy appeal even in the most mundane of your clothes. Kota Doria, Chanderi are also acting as versatile materials to create appropriate stylish salwar kameez.

When it comes to fabric, you must opt for something that will be versatile. These materials are very well suited for all purposes. Check out the brand-new collections from the house of Khatri creations to meet all your demands. We have tried pairing cotton salwar dress materials with unconventional dupattas like those of raw silk to bring about an enormously beautiful look.