Simple and easy Salwar kameez measurement guide
Shalwar kameez (also spelled salwar kameezshalwar Qameez or ) is a dress worn by both women and men in South Asia and Central Asia. It’s a unisex clothing like shirts and trousers dresses by Westerners. Traditionally, it has been dressed in Afghanistan and Pakistan and has been adopted then in northern India. Since the twentieth century, women in Southern India have also copied this dress complementing the Sari, the traditional dress of India. The Shalwar or Salwar (as pronounced in India) are loose trousers like pajamas. The legs are often wide at the top, and narrow at the ankle, although there are many styles of shalwar pants in modern times, some modern jean-like. The kameez is a long shirt and a robe that reached mid-thigh, but traditionally extended to the top of the knee. The side seams (called chaak) are left open below the waist, giving the wearer greater freedom of movement. In women, the shalwar kameez is completed with the use of a dupatta (loose scarf) around the shoulders, falling on his chest.
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