25 Latest Collection of Long Churidar Dress Models 2017

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A churidar dress is a form of an Indian traditional costume. The Punjabi ladies have churidars and salwar kameez as their common outfit seen most in India and Pakistan. The kurta known for the top part of the dress and salwar is the trousers in the design of the outfit. There are many designs in the top and bottom of the dressings.


Churidars are the ones with a skin fit bottom that have comfortable stitch on the waist and thighs and a skin fit on the leg part from the knees to ankle where it forms pleats that are known as “churi”. The same design is also seen with the sleeves of the top kameez or kurta. The churidar sleeves are stitched skin fit to the hands of the lady and making pleats (churi) at the wrist part.

Different Types of Chudidar Dress Designs and Patterns:

We can see churidar designs varied in many ways like the anarkali churidars, short chudidars, flared chudidar, skin fit churidars, long tops etc. and a variety in churidar like the pathani chudidar, Patiala churidar, trouser style churidar, palazzo chudidars etc. out of which the churidar dresses are suited best with a unique look at the end.

1. Simple Cotton Churidar Dress Design:


Cotton churidar dresses are the most chosen styles among girls and ladies in routine wear. Women prefer the churidar suits to look decent and attractive at work and even at celebrations like parties or friends get together. The decent look of the skin fit sleeves and salwar of churidar pattern makes the lady look slim and attractive whenever worn.

2. Cotton Silk Churidar Dress Pattern:


Silk churidars have a rich touch with the material. It is also noted that the stitch in of churidar design in silk is to be taken utmost care while wearing then. The silk material can be loosened or get stretched while wearing. The shine of the golden work of dresses look awesome when stitched skin fit to the body.

3. Designer Cotton Chudidar Suit in Yellow:


Cotton churidar suits are worn more compared to other material because it is worth it. The material is best suited to the design of the churidar style. The skin fit pattern can be easily flexible with cotton fabric and is at least risk of getting stretched. Long sleeves and salwar with a churidar style with a long below knee kurta makes an elegant look.

4.  Designer Full Sleeves Churidar Dress:


Jacqueline Fernandez wearing churidar designer suit with a long sleeve and churidar salwar looks spectacular on her. The round neck pattern with a ribbon border and bead work makes the dress look rich. High heels accomplish the suit more with the skin fit churidar salwar.

5. High Collar Churidar Sleeve Pattern:


Dresses with high neck collar with a long sleeve making churidar suits more rich in pattern and elegant. Churidar dresses in a cotton silk crush material have creases in its fabric itself and when the churi sleeves and salwar joins it the outfit looks splendid. The look in such a delightful dress can be attractive at the party.

6. A Straight Cut Designer Churidar Dress:


A straight cut long dress top with a matching design print on the fabric makes the outfit look awesome. Ladies with short height can surely choose such a pattern. A churidar salwar is best with such lengthy kurta.

7. Contrasting Colored Churidar Suit:


Colors make a drastic effect on the dressing of women particularly combined with the design of the outfit. Churidar designs of salwars and sleeves are designed with a motive of making the hands and legs look highlighted and slimmer. The best colors that can attract the same design makes the dress look more attractive. As such a contrast colored salwar kameez can bring you a drastic appearance.

8. Split Churidar Suit:


A churidar suit with slim fit sleeves and salwar with a designer kurta of split cut flare can be an eye catching outfit. The kameez can be stitched with a closed neck pattern self embellished fabric makes the dress look rich and heavy. Such a design can look awesome without a chuni also.

See More: Salwar Churidar Designs

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