Women love to add spice to their lives as a confidence boster. Clothes are the best way to connect with the self and change mood. A single new design or outfit is ideal to uplift the mood. Salwar kameez is the attire that is charming enough to alter the emotional quotient of a woman. Probably that’s why one can see various types of salwar patterns that can appeal to a woman. Right from typically ethnic options to western influences one can find them all. So even if she has many outfits in the wardrobe, she can still add something more to it.

A salwar pattern that can easily be imbibed by any kind of woman is that which fits the body well. From the waist down the salwar is normally free and loose. A young girl can opt for a patiala salwar which has many gathers at the waist and drapes well down till the ankles. Another style is plain without any gathers and is simply put together. The hem portion called the ‘poncha’ can be large, small, narrow, wide, bordered with lace, frills, have multiple machine stitches or even have simple embroidery. The portion below the knees and around can have machine or hand embroidery too. The ‘poncha’ at one time had hooks and buttons to close. Today in most salwar patterns they are stitched. They are broad enough for the legs to fit. A salwar pattern falls well when it is stitched properly and worn with right footwear.