Chandigarh Traditional Costumes:
Chandigarh is the capital to Haryana and Punjab. This is the first northern city in India. Due to the capital city of two cities, here the culture is mixed lifestyle and culture is unique.
Here the people are influencing the costumes of Chandigarh also vary as per its inhabitants. Western culture has greatly influenced the youngsters and they prefer wearing modern clothing like jeans, shirts, skirts, t-shirts, tops, trousers, etc. Chandigarh is also close to the fashion hub of India – Delhi. Many famous fashion designers live in Chandigarh and come up with exclusive outfits every now and then.
Traditional costumes of women in Chandigarh:
Kurta Salwar dress is the favorite costumes for Punjabi and Haryanavi women. In every region of Chandigarh, Patiala suits are very popular. The designs are very attractive and unique. The loose salwar kameez also very famous and they make attractive to the wearer. Here the women are using the saris very less and interested to wear kurta salwar and salwar kameez. However, during the festival and special occasions, the women in Chandigarh wear very expensive saris. Women in Punjab have a lot of dress sense so we can see beautiful girls in Chandigarh.
Women in Urban areas wore both Indian and Western outfit. Their costume is sari, kurta, jeans, shirts, T-shirts, chic capries and formal trousers. However, Salwar kameez is the main costume to the women which enriches the beauty of women. Other costumes are suited with mirror, which did embroidery and kurta churidar and many more models are famous in Chandigarh. The foreign tourists also interest to wear the Salwar-Kameez when they visit Chandigarh.
Chandigarh Traditional costumes for men in Chandigarh:
In Chandigarh, men follow the traditional attires. Their main dress is kurta pajama and Punjabi dhoti kurta. Another important folk dance dress is Bhangra, men feel very happy when they got the chance to wear the Bhangra dress. With the Bhangra costumes, men wear chaadra, which is a long piece of cloth and turban which called pagri.