How To Style Up Punjabi Dress Suits Different Style
With the passage of time the Punjabi dress suits different style is becoming one of the most favorite clothing styles in Pakistan and northern India. It is made of cotton or silk that usually consists of a salwar that is a pant with an elastic or drawstring waistband and a kameez that is a hip or knee-length tunic. The salwar can be baggy, slim, straight or even loose in the thigh-to-knee area and then taper to the ankle. The kameez can have sleeves of any length and has an open seam from the waist to the hem.
Steps to Style Up Punjabi Dress Suits Different Style:
In the below portion of the article we will going to explain some of the main steps that will let you know that how you style up Punjabi dress suits different style:
- You should measure up the waist and stomach while sitting and relaxed, and the hips and thighs where they are widest. You should also measure up the crotch length from the front of the waist through the crotch to the back of the waist.
- Now if you are stitching the salwar kameez yourself then you should draw a horizontal line that is as long as half of the total waist or hip measurement. If the front crotch measurement is different than the back crotch as well as slant your waistband line down slightly for either front or back has to be shorter. You should draw a vertical line from the midpoint of the waistband line to the ankle as long as your outseam measurement plus 2 inches.
- For the kameez you have to measure up the length from the top of the shoulder to the desired length plus 3 inches for seam allowance and hem. You should measure it around the bust line or chest and add 2 inches in support of fullness and seam allowances.
- For stitching kameez you should measurevertically down the top left corner of the paper to the shoulder-to-bottom length, and label it “A.” You should measure horizontally across the top of the paper from the top left corner to a length half as long as the combination of the sleeve length plus hem and the shoulder width, and label it “B.”
So these were some of the simple and easy steps with the help of which you can learn to style up Punjabi dress suits different style! Try it now!