by Jasmine Kaur on Jan 16, 2023


Indians have a tradition of buying clothes as a fabric and stitch it to suit their size with a local tailor. This has been the way we have lived hundreds of years. The most used and preferred fabric for Indian climatic conditions is the cotton. India is also the largest producer of cotton with a cultivable area of 37% globally. So here is the link between cotton and unstitched material that are inseparable in our country.

 The Different Parts Of The Suit

The most sold dress material in India is also the cotton suits for women. This comprises of three separate pieces of fabric. The top wear which is referred to as the kameez or kurti or kurta. The bottom wear referred to as the salwar or the pant. The third piece of this set is the dupatta, which is worn like a shawl over the shoulders or head as the case may be. While this is the traditional dress for women of northern parts of India, the south Indian women prefer to wear it as a skirt and blouse piece along with the dupatta worn like a saree diagonally across the front.

 The Benefits Of Unstitched Cotton Suits

The benefits of buying a cotton unstitched suit are many. First, one doesn’t need to worry about the size and fitting like a stitched readymade garment. Second, the patterns and designs are thoughtfully printed or stitched on the entire set. For eg., if there is a floral design, then the hems or borders of the salwar and the hems, neckline and sleeve of the kameez have the same pattern stitched. And a matching dupatta also has the same design. So it becomes a perfect combination with slight variations according to the dress. Additionally the suits also come with contrast colours with same prints and patterns. Third, this saves a lot of time, if one has to select a kamaeez separately, then find a matching salwar piece and then the matching dupatta. As for the fitting, one need not worry as the tailor takes your measurements, cuts the fabric and stitch it to size, the patterns all popping up at their right places and positions.

 So if you want to buy the best cotton unstitched suits online in India, you have to log on to, the only exclusive store for women that has a wonderful collection of a variety of cotton materials like the Mangalagiri, Kota, Chanderi, Handloom, Banarasi, Sambalpuri, Phulkari, Bandhni, Kanchi, Mysore,  etc with ethnic prints, hand embroidered, applique works, block prints of traditional art forms from different corners of India