India is regarded as a country of ethnic attires and diversity. The Indian outfits list is a never ending list. Indian ethnic wear keep rotating every couple of decades or so. Something that returned from the ancient fashions to stay in trend for long is Patiala Salwar Suit. The name itself is suggestive of the suit style s origin. The journey of Patiala Salwar Suit started from a small city Patiala and in no time became the style statement. This is the most comfortable dress among Indian ethnic wear and an apt choice that a woman loves to wear especially during summers.
Generally, 3.5 meters of cloth is required to stitch a Patiala suit. The actual beauty of this attire lies behind the fine looking flowy pleats. Both trendy style and traditional look can be derived through a Patiala Suit. Patiala is, generally, paired with Kurtis of knee length or even shorter than that and a dupatta.
Different fabrics like Crepe, Georgette, Jacquard, Cotton, Satin, Silk, Net, Shimmer, Brocade, etc. are used for stitching Patiala Salwar Kameez. Beautiful embroideries done on the kurtis give the entire outfit a ravishing look. Almost all fashion stores are heavily festooned up with these beautiful Patiala suits in varied colours and designs.