Patiala suits are back in trend. While it was always there, Anarkali churidar suits and other online Indian clothing overshadowed Patiala dresses. Now, it is all over the internet, thanks to the new generation actors who have managed to bring the fashion back in-game. Patiala suits are generally worn in Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Northern Indian. It is a Pak-Indo fashion that has been around for more than a century.

Patiala salwar is also one of the popular plus size dresses that you can opt to buy from Shopkund Churidar Suits Online and customize it according to your preferences.

Patiala salwar suits are also termed as the dhoti collection as the pajama contains many pleats representing a properly worn dhoti. You can style Patiala suits in different ways. We have listed a few interesting styles below.

Traditional Indian Wear

We are not getting into the details, but the traditional style is always a super hit – long straight kurti, contrasting Patiala pajama, heavy earrings, and a jooti shoes – perfect and mesmerizing. You will see Alia Bhat and Sara Ali Khan sporting the look quite often among the celebs.

Chikankari Anarkali

Yes, this is something we saw a lot in the last year, sported by many celebs and fashionistas. Lucknowi Chikankari Suits are one of the most pleasing to the eyes of Indian dresses. Go for pastel colors and plain dupatta to stand out. However, nothing can beat the white and pink combination in this category. If you want to give it a cultural tweak, accessorize yourself with parantha (hair extension) and colorful earrings.

Pait it With Tees

Remember Geet from Jab We Met? Kareena Kapoor literally blew the young’ uns dressing sense with her quirky long tees and Patiala salwar in the first half of the movie. The trend is still on, let us tell you. Get colorful Patiala pajamas stitched and pair them with plain long t-shirts.

Jacketed Kurta and Patiala

Another style that’s trending is Patiala pants, short sleeveless shirts or kurta, and jacket. You can use plain t-shirts and denim jackets to give your outfit a western touch. You can chuck the dupatta in this case. Instead of jooti or sandals, you can pair the outfit with bellies or converse shoes.

Wear Semi Patiala and Collared Shirt Kurta

Simple kurti with three/fourth sleeves and collared neck kurti shirt with semi-Patiala pants, with or without a dupatta is nice to wear these days, especially when the climate is sultry and warm.

What is your favorite Patiala dress style? Share with us in the comments below.