The Evolution of ‘Bottoms’

The new age trends have changed the DNA of yesteryear fashion. With a flurry of attires available today, we have a host of options to choose from. Though each one draws its inspiration from the retro fashion, the contemporary designers have revamped the attires by giving them a touch of novelty.

Below is a list of pants that every girl must incorporate in her wardrobe.

Shararas: Shararas are classic ethnic wear worn prominently by women living in India and Pakistan. This attire basically incorporates pleated loose pants that are worn with a chunni along with a kurti or a blouse. Usually in case of a sharara suit it comprises of a pant.

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Gharara: Again from the family of shararas – It is basically comprises of a mid-thigh-length kurti, dupatta and a pair of wide-legged pants, with a border below knee area. This border is tailored in gota.

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Palazzo Pants: Palazzo pants are extremely wide and loose, though firm at the hip and waist level. They are often made of lightweight dressy fabric and have been the hot favourite choice of every girl for quite some time now.

Blue Cotton Printed Palazzoz by Closet Rani Pink


Bell Bottoms: Bell bottoms are pants or jeans that are clenched till the knee and flare out from the knee. They were a rage in 60s and the 70s!

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Harems: Harems are ballooned entirely and have a tight cuff around the ankles and the waist. Known as the belly dancers garb, they bring grace to the rhythm of their moves.

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Parallels: Parallels are pants that run straight till the bottom but are not wide-legged. They look great with tucked in tops and a belt.

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