India is known for its wide range of diversity all around the world. Clothing may vary depending upon the climate, religion, traditions and ethnicity of the area. All sorts of clothing require intensive detailing. There is also wide range of diversity in colors, material, texture and fiber used in clothing. Due to this Indian clothing industry is considered as one the most prominent industries in the world.

  1. SAREE:

It is considered as the national dress of India. 75% of women community wear it on daily basis. It is also considered as a dress code in various restaurants and hotels. It is comprised of four to nine-meter-long unstitched cloth that is wrapped around the body in different styles. It is typically worn with small blouse on top. Cotton sarees are worn typically on daily basis, where as silk, chiffon and heavily embellished sarees are worn on occasions.


Lehnga choli is also called Ghagra choli in some regions. It is the traditional dress for women in Rajasthan, Gujrat and Kutch. It is also worn on traditional events and occasions. On weddings most the brides are seen wearing it. Lehnga is a long skirt which is fancy and has embodied border at the bottom. It is worn with blouse that is called choli which tightly fitted at the waist. Chunri is also accompanied with lehnga choli to give more ethnic look.


It is mostly worn in Punjab and Kashmir. It is also accompanied by chunri. It is mostly worn and considered as the most comfortable attire. It consists of loose fitted shirt Kameez worn with loose trousers narrow at ankle called shalwar. Trousers or shalwar are of different variations like churidar, pajama and sindhi suthan. It is also paired with chunri. Cotton, silk, chiffon, georgette and lawn are widely used material for shalwar kameez.


It is a long fork style dress and mostly worn by women in North India. It is mostly worn on weddings and occasions. The fork is heavily embellished and colorful. The fork is long paired up with pajamas. It is considered as one the ethnic dress in India.