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Styles of Tulip Shalwar:

by Uneeb Khan

In addition to the shalwar kameez, sharara, gharara, and sarees that make up traditional South Asian attire, the desi style encompasses a great deal more than just the traditional shalwar kameez. As a result, we decided to show you just how extensive the traditional South Asian style is. Therefore, we will be discussing tulip shalwar—a type of shalwar that has made a comeback this season—in order to provide a glimpse into the extensive fashion that is incorporated into traditional South Asian fashion.

Unfortunately, tulip shalwars were only fashionable for a short time. Fortunately, tulip shalwar has quickly returned this Eid season across Pakistani brands, surprising everyone. Ladies, now is the time to either buy new tulip shalwars or bring back those that have been stored away in the back of your closet for too long before they become out of style again. With tulip shalwars, you can wear so many different looks; Tulip shalwars are a favorite of not only Pakistani women but also our fellow women across the border. We gave you all the looks you can wear with tulip shalwars because we thought about them.
How to Wear Tulip Shalwars Before we get into the specifics of how to wear tulip shalwars for various events, here are a few quick hints.

The traditional shalwar is the inspiration for tulip shalwars.

There are printed, plain, and embroidered varieties of tulip shalwars.
It won’t be difficult to sew a tulip shalwar at home because the process is similar to sewing a shalwar.
The tulip shalwar style is also appropriate for women who are reluctant to switch from the traditional shalwar style.
The majority of local brands sell tulip shalwars easily.
Brides can also wear tulip shalwars on their big day because of their recent huge comeback.
Tulip shalwars combine the chicness of western attire with a touch of eastern wear. Therefore, it can also be worn with a variety of chic, boho-inspired tops.

Tips for Cutting a Tulip Salwar: To begin, fold the fabric in half.

After that, you will need to measure the crotch area carefully before sewing the two sides together from this area.
After that, you unfold the fabric that was stitched, use the extra fabric to give each leg the tulip color, and then you stitch the legs separately.
Additionally, you are wearing a tulip shalwar for yourself; To personalize it to your liking, you can add beats, laces, or anything else you like.

Now let’s talk about styles and outfits that you can wear on a daily basis with tulip shalwars.
Since frills are everywhere, from runways to the Cannes Film Festival, it makes sense to include them in shalwars as long as they don’t make the outfit look silly. And the one we’re most interested in is this tulip shalwar with frills. Check out these Best Ways to Wear a Patiala Shalwar for more desi style ideas.
Sobia, a well-known Pakistani makeup artist, and her daughter Zarpash are shown here dressed in silk tulip shalwars and a velvet shirt. It is commendable that silk was chosen as the fabric for the shalwar because silk has its own shine and the natural flow of the fabric helps create a beautiful tulip shalwar with a nice fall.

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