Cotton is a soft, breathable natural fibre fabric that absorbs body perspiration quickly, is good to print on, has good colour retention, and is moderately strong and durable. Pure handloom cotton fabrics of Gadwal, Uppada, Mangalagiri, Venkatagiri, Kota, Gicha, Narayanpet, Rasipuram, Chanderi, Assam, Bengal, Kerala, Chettinad, Coimbatore are known for traditional weaving patterns, motifs and beautiful colors. Rajasthani or jaipuri prints, hand block printing, batik prints are stylish and tried out successfully on cotton Salwar Kameez. Designer prints are the order of the day and lapped up by an eager market. There are floral, geometric, scenery, scenes from epics, wildlife and other themes that are popular and cotton fabrics offer beautiful canvas for innovative experiments in trending design, colour, patterns and motifs with traditional styles. Bagru, Batik, Dabu, block printing and other traditional print methods have brought out extraordinary results in a wide range of colours on cotton fabrics.
The Caribbean Green and Turmeric Yellow Cotton printed Punjabi suit with chunni has floral embroidery in the top third portion and floral print on the rest of the caribbean green setting of the Kameez with gold floral prints on a thin lace border from neck to end. There is a golden patch border at the end with light floral design. The salwar is a brilliantly contrasting plain turmeric yellow. The chunni completes the exquisite picture with a green and turmeric mix with golden lace border. An extremely trending stylish affair, it is a good choice for parties, social functions and corporate events.
The orange colour cotton printed Salwar Kameez has cut work and green block prints along with chamki work on the kameez. The salwar is an orange self colour floral affair in block prints. The orange with brown and red floral prints at the ends makes it a stylish combination. This piece would work well for almost any occasion.
The salwar kameez is suitable for Indian women. The ladies generally prefer salwar kameez during the wedding, parties, traditional and occasional wear. The punjabi suit is a very comfortable dress that Indian women prefer. An exclusive hand crafted design on banarasi patola cotton salwar kameez constitutes pretty wear for college parties and traditional festivals.
The scintillating yellow and pink cotton printed Salwar Kameez has multi-colour floral digital prints along with a pink patch border on the Kameez. The pink plain salwar is of cotton. The dual colour pure chiffon dupatta has floral embroidery work with pink attach patch border. This pretty piece would do for daily office, functions, social calls and small parties.
The cream and green mercerized Punbai cotton salwar suit has multi-colour floral digital prints with green patch border. The cotton salwar is plain green and the pure chiffon dual colour dupatta is having floral embroidery and a green patch border. A beautiful piece, this very cool and stylish salwar kameez would do for a variety of occasions like office, parties, social invites and festivals
Unnati Silks, has trendy designs, attractive patterns, in pleasing colours and combinations in its wide collection of cotton printed Salwar kamiz, at very reasonable prices.
Unnati is one of the largest Indian ethnic online websites with over 300 varieties of traditional sarees and salwar kameez.Dispatch is within 24 hours of order. Free delivery & COD is provided for retail.Worldwide express shipping caters to almost all countries across the world.
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About the Author : She is a freelancer long associated with ethnic fabrics, known for her special leaning towards ethnic sarees. She enjoys the privilege of being a part-time consultant to Unnati Silks. She also contributes now and then from her fund of knowledge on the subject. She may be contacted on 040-64555251 or 97000 57744 between 9 A.M.and 3 P.M. E-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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