Indian fancy suits, also known as salwar kameez, are a popular traditional attire for women in India and other South Asian countries. These suits consist of three pieces: a long tunic-style top called the kameez, loose-fitting pants called salwar, and a long scarf or dupatta.
Fancy suits are usually made from luxurious fabrics such as silk, chiffon, georgette, or cotton and are adorned with intricate embroidery, sequins, beadwork, and other embellishments. They come in a wide range of colors and designs, from simple and elegant to heavily embroidered and ornate.
Fancy suits are worn for various occasions ranging from casual wear to formal events such as weddings, festivals, and religious ceremonies. They are also a popular choice for everyday wear due to their comfort, versatility, and ease of movement.
The style of fancy suits varies across different regions of India, with each region having its own unique embroidery techniques, fabrics, and designs. Some popular styles include the Punjabi suit, Anarkali suit, and churidar suit.
In recent years, fancy suits have gained popularity worldwide, with many designers incorporating traditional Indian embroidery and designs into their collections.