Churidar suits are traditionally amongst the highly preferred dress choices for Indian women. Because churidars enhance every figure equally, every female whether she is short, tall, slim, plus size or petite, love churidar more than shalwar kameez.
But the churidar styles keep changing with time. In the past, women like cotton-made churidars that were used to tailor only. But there were certain problems too. Loose churidars ruin the whole appearance, while the tight ones create great problems while sitting and bending down.
This forced the designers to think to give churidars a new look to complement the women’s solace. They have brought up a revolution by offering ready-to-wear churidars. Modern churidars are quite different from the traditional ones. Now they come in fabrics like lycra, organic cotton, jamawar, and other different types of fabric, and look versatile as well as appealing. Embellished churidars are also available, which are quite easy to slip on and intact in place and thus give the same look like a traditional churidar. Some modern-style churidar are discussed below.
Churidars have become designer also and are very much in fashion. To make them appealing, different shapes are given to churis or gatherings of churidars. Another innovation is the embellished churidar, which is decorated with stones, beads, sequins, and other beautifications.
Different women have different choices and tastes. Some like to wear tight churidars; others like slightly loose. Keeping this in mind, adjustable churidars have been designed. With invisible press buttons at the lower ends, women can adjust the fitting of the churidar as per their desire.
Currently, legging churidars are the top choice churidars. Made from stretchable fabrics such as stretchable cotton, lycra, etc these churidars are very easy to wear as well as highly comfortable. Interesting feature is that they do not have drawstrings.
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