Bangladesh Salwar Kameez
On the east coast of India lies Bangladesh, which was a part of the sub-continent. It shares much of its culture and also ways of dressing. Although most women used to wear sarees, now the mania of comfort salwar kameez has caught on across the border. Women find it comfortable to wear this two piece garment with a duppatta. Being an Islamic country the women fashions are conservative. Hence the Bangladesh salwar kameez is simple and more utility in its appearance. It does not sell on chic value but because of its ability to help women to be comfortable outside the home.
Many Bangladesh salwar kameez patterns and designs are inspired by Indian and Pakistani counterparts. On the auspicious occasion of Eid, women love to shop for fancy and heavily embellished Bangladesh salwar kameez. A wide variety of fancy salwar suits in all vibrant colors and golden colors are available during this time. Women love to shop this time and they try to fulfill all their dreams at this time. Work like zari, sequins, and kundan work, is majorly used as festive season requires more embellished dresses. The necklines are modest and do not reveal any flesh. The work done on the kameez is also simple. Khadi cotton is popular for making a Bangladesh salwar kameez. The patterns are simple and most kameez have long sleeves. Richer materials like silk are used for making outfits for special occasions. Made locally they are exported overseas also. They are also cheaper in comparison to Indian salwar kameez.