A single picture can say a thousand words. The same is the case when one is deciding what kind of clothes to wear. Once the picture is drawn, the tailor understands. Once the designer sketches it, the client approves.  And once the consumer sees a celebrity wearing the outfit or a model walking down the ramp it brings an absolutely clear image. Then, it is not hard to decide whether the design or the pattern will be acceptable or not. Fans wait eagerly for their favourite actresses to don the best designer dresses. They are the perfect models whose apparel creates a stir in the fans.

Salwar models are on show in countries where Indians wear these ethnic outfits. For foreigners, it is ideal way to understand how the garment can be worn. They can then decide to wear it, if they fancy it. Even pictures of Indian salwar models in catalogues can assist one to understand if a design will look good. When a salwar model is displayed in stores or online portals the entire design, pattern, fall and cut can be seen. The standard models that can be seen on display are the ones where a kameez is slightly more than the knee length. The salwar is ankle length. A duppatta is put round or on one shoulder. One can see other models that will have different styles of salwar. A Patiala salwar, trouser salwar, a churidar pattern teemed with a kameez or kurta/ kurti is also displayed.