Churidars

After a saree, the churidar takes centrestage of a women’s ethnic wear clothing. Churidhars have a rich history that dates back to the Mughal era. Technically, the term ‘Churidhar’ refers to a tight-fitting, long pant that rests on the ankles to form folds of cloth to resemble a stack of bangles or ‘chudi’ in Hindi. Now you know why these pants are named so!

Today, people use the term to refer to Churidar sets which come with a Kurta or the upper wear, a Churidhar bottom with or without a dupatta or the scarf. So, when you search for Churidhars, you can browse collections of different types of kurtas paired with Churidhars. From long churidar sets to short designs, semi-stitched to ready-mades, there are myriad patterns to choose from.

Churidhars complement your body like no other, especially with a slender figure with long legs. These pants can give you a sleek and stylish appearance when made well. You can also amp up the game by choosing churidars of different colors, prints and even metallics for that shimmery touch.

Irrespective of your profession, this category is worth a bookmark if you are a fashionista who regularly wants to update her style and glam quotient without losing traditional values. Keep checking this space for regular updates of Churidars which will inspire you to experiment with your style.

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