Monday, 27 June 2011


Shalwar kameez (persian/urdu: شلوار قمیض), (also spelled "shalwar qameez or shalwar kamiz" or pronounced "salwar kameez" in hindi) is the dress worn by both men and women in South Asia and Central Asia. It is a unisex dress similar in manner to shirt and pants worn by westerners. The phrase shalwar kameez is a generic term used to describe different costumes which have been developed in different regions (the Sindhi Suthan; Kashmiri Suthan, the Dogri pyjama). Traditionally, it has been worn in AfghanistanPakistan and Bangladesh. In Pakistan, it is regarded as the national dress.
Since the 20th century, women in Southern India have also copied this dress complementing the Sari, the traditional dress of India. The Shalwaror Salwar(as pronounced in India) is a loosely-fit pajama-like pant. The legs are often wide at the top, and narrow at the ankle, although there are several styles of shalwar pants in modern times, some trendy and jean-like. The kameez is a long shirt of tunic length which hits at the middle of the thigh, but traditionally, it would come down to the top of the knee. The side seams (known as the chaak), left open below the waist-line, give the wearer greater freedom of movement.
black n silver

skin dress

black gown
shocking gown
white n skin dress
Gorgeous black
pink n silver dress
purple dress
black long shirt
zaina white n black
Dark green n skin
Blue gown
skirt wd long shirt
trouser shirt
dull golden dress
mehroon n golden dress
white n shocking pink
stylish dresses
peach n silver dress
Heavy black uper
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