Tulip shalwars are light to wear without much need for ironing as they are made in loose-fitting and women prefer to wear them without any pre starch wash. Comfortable and durable they are easy to move around in.
The straight leg and skinny pants were a popular trend in eastern wear but now women prefer to alternate between pants and the Tulip shalwar. The shalwar kameez is no longer a two-piece or three-piece suit. Women want to buy ready-made Kurti, shirts and dresses available as a single item of clothing to buy off branded retailers in Pakistan. The tulip shalwar has become an essential pair of lowers that can be easily matched with every outfit.
History of the Tulip Shalwar
The Tulip shalwar is a chic modern interpretation of the classic Patiyala shalwar. The Patiyala shalwar originated from North-West Pakistan regions with Pakhtun culture. It became is an iconic fashion trend among young girls. It made a come back in the early 2000s in Pakistan.
Like the Patiyala the Tulip shalwars have a wide circumference with lush layers denoting the multiple pleats around the waistband. These pleats are what gives the Tulip shalwar its voluminous illusion that elegantly drapes around each leg.
Description and Types Available
The Tulip shalwar is a skinny version of the commonly worn shalwar, it takes the wrap-around sarong concept from East Asia and combines it with the Patiyala shalwar. The result is a sleek shalwar that is wide from the thighs but tight from the ankles. It has a singular mid pleat that cuts through each leg giving shape and structure. The overall appearance of these ethnic pants can be further be embellished with beads and lace. Pakistani women are constantly changing their fashion style wanting to change things up in their wardrobe.