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Chunri Dresses

Chunri Dresses

Chunri or Dopatta is used to cover head and body and its a symbol of grace. Chunri dresses are also famous due to its colors and style available in market. Chunri dresses are trendy, casual and unique feeling of style.

chunri shafoon casual dresses

Chunri Shafoon Casual

The primary use of dupatta is to cover the head but in current fashions the dupatta is frequently draped over one shoulder and even over just arms. Another recent trend is the short scarf or a stole often worn with kurta in current urban fashion and gradually dupatta has change its original form. The traditional veil to the fashionable scraf the dupatta  has come to long way.

Beautiful Chunri Dress

Beautiful Chunri Dress

 

 

Tie n Dye Cotton Chunri

Tie n Dye Cotton Chunri

Chunri shafoon latest

Chunri shafoon latest

The muslim women follow rules of veiling their body and avoid of public appearance. The dupatta adds grace to the garment usually women’s wear with the match of their salwar kameez or kurta in Pakistan The dupatta /chaddar of the bride is often very heavily make to befautify with fictitious addition to embellishment used all bright colors with beautiful beads mirror and¬† embroidery work. This attractive accessory gives different look and finishing touch to this dress then western style.

rajasthani chunri dresses

Rajasthani Chunri Dresses

 

Bahawalpur Chunri dresses

Bahawalpur Chunri dresses

The Orhni or Odhni used as covering for the whole body of women it is a long cloth of various measuring two and half or three yards wrapped around the shoulder there are various models of wearing the unsown orhni which is now more popular known as dupatta or chaddar [in Pakistan] orhni odhni or chunri called by gujrati community of south asian women they worn over the out fits of choli or ghaghra. Chunri has long been a symbol of modesty in south Asian dress there are many style of dupatta/chunri wearing in regional culture like Gujarat Rajasthan and Punjab where they use different texture of silk cotton and chiffon and varies in length and style of wearing according to the region and their culture.

Chunri Dress for Eid

Chunri Dress for Eid

The origin of the chunri/dupatta may be traced to the early civilization of Indus basin where the use of textile such as Ajrak was highly prevalent from the Indus civilization dupatta spread across the Indian sub continent especially during the rule of the Muslim Munhall Emperor.

chunri dresses outfit

Chunri Dresses Outfit

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  1. please give me idea about range of dress which is in this page frm starting

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