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tight trousers worn by people from the Indian subcontinent (typically with a kameez or kurta)

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For ceremonial gatherings, you can team the classic churidar with long side-slit kurta and complete the look with a statement waistcoat.
He has converted anarkali kutras into long flowing dresses; infused churidars with skirts and tunics (though this easily mimics the stocking culture too); and has used drapes for dresses that remind one of sari gowns.
In garments, the store stocks an exciting range of Indian and western wear which includes kurtas, churidars, patialas, salwars, pyjamas, shirts, tops, skirts and tunics perfect for both casual and formal wear.
Voluminous skirts, one made from 75 metres of taffeta, cropped velvet harem pants and churidars, complemented fitted jackets embellished with gold and bronze embroidery and antique brocade.
Announcing the launch, LuLu said in a statement yesterday that the promotion will highlight the various international brands of menswear, womenswear, churidars, saris, children's clothing, footwear, and ladies bags.
It is difficult to ignore Narendra Modi's signature half-sleeved kurtas and churidars and the handloom saris and Pashmina shawls worn by Congress President Sonia Gandhi.
Also at the garment fair, exotic ranges of sarees, churidars and churidar material have been offered under the Buy 2 Get 1 Free Scheme, including Indian brands like Van Heusen, Peter England, Louis Philippe, Arrow and Allen Solley.
The show began on Wednesday night in a palette of black and gold, with ensembles including beautifully embroidered overcoats, tulle saris with high- neck lace blouses and leather belts with his new logo of the Bengal tiger strategically nipping the waist in for men, there were achkans with large botanical motifs embroidered on them, plain black shawl drapes with churidars , and laced shoes.
The show started with models walking the ramp in heavily embroidered in gold zardozi midnight blue, grey and black silk sherwanis and bandh gala (collarless) jackets paired with embellished churidars (drainpipe trousers) and straight trousers in shades of ivory.
Spread over 1,860sqm, the showroom will offer traditional and contemporary gold, diamond, precious stones, pearl and platinum jewellery, as well as sarees, churidars, bridal wear and men's formal and informal wear.
The retail mix of this unique format includes the largest collection of traditional and contemporary gold jewellery, the widest range of diamonds, precious stones, pearls & platinum jewellery, a big choice of sarees, churidars, bridal wear and men's formal and informal wear.
In garments, the store stocks an exciting range of Indian and western wear which includes kurtas, churidars, patialas, salwars, pyjamas, shirts, tops, skirts, tunics, saris, stoles and dupattas perfect for both casual and formal wear.
The last two days of the festival witness hundreds of men wearing sarees, churidars and skirts with heavy make-up.
A wide range of international menswear brands, ladies wear including churidars, saris, children's clothing, baby accessories, footwear, and ladies' bags are covered under the promotion.
Until about a decade ago, traditional Indian wear -- even bridal -- comprised a sari, a lehnga (a long embellished skirt, mostly worn with a bodice top), a kameez (long shirt) paired with a salwar (billowy trousers) or churidars (drainpipe trousers), or a sharara (long culottes-style trousers).