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Cotton unstitched salwar suits are a popular choice in traditional Indian clothing. These outfits typically consist of three main components:

  1. Top/Kameez: The top, known as the kameez or kurta, is usually made of cotton fabric. It comes in various lengths and designs. Some are short, while others are long, almost like a dress. The kameez can have various neck designs, sleeve lengths, and intricate embroidery or print work, depending on the style and design.-

  2. Bottom/Salwar: The bottom part, known as the salwar, is a loose-fitting pant that's pleated at the waist and tapers towards the ankles. This bottom piece is generally made of cotton to match the kameez.

  3. Dupatta: A long scarf or shawl-like piece of cloth worn with the suit. It complements the kameez and salwar, adding to the overall aesthetic. The dupatta is also made of cotton, matching the fabric of the rest of the suit.

Unstitched salwar suits come as separate pieces of fabric that need to be tailored or stitched according to one's size and style preferences. This provides the flexibility for the wearer to customize the outfit as per their fitting and design choices.

Cotton, being a breathable and comfortable fabric, makes these unstitched salwar suits ideal for everyday wear, especially in warmer climates. They come in a wide range of colors, patterns, and designs, catering to various tastes and occasions, from simple daily wear to more intricately designed pieces suitable for formal events or festivals.