Sari (or saree):-
The saree (sari) is a long unstitched material, generally designed, which wraps around and over the body. It is worn with a tailored blouse and sometimes over a petticoat. This clothing ranges from 4 to 9 meters long and we can see it in ladies broadly crosswise over India. I would consider this to be the staple of Indian women clothing.
The draping style varies depending on the area of the country. The most widely recognized style is folding the texture over the abdomen with one end at that point hung over the shoulder. Sari shirts are regularly “backless” with a strap style string wrap.
The Salwar Kameez is for the most part worn in Northern parts of India like Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. It comprises of the salwar (free pants that are limited at the lower legs), and the kameez (a long shirt or tunic). In Southern India, this style is known as the “Punjabi suit” or essentially “shalwar”. This dress is worn a ton by adolescent young ladies and Bollywood actresses characters.
A salwar kameez is matched with a dupatta. A dupatta is a scarf that is generally used to cover the head and the shoulders. Or on the other hand it is all the more usually drawn over the shoulders and moved back finished the chest, however these days it is widely used as a fashion cotton. The material relies upon the one used for the suit and shifts between cotton, georgette, silk, chiffon, and others.