Frock is a a loose, long garment with wide, full sleeves, such as the habit of a monk or priest, commonly belted. The precise historical evolution of the frock after the second half of the eighteenth century is obscure, however it is likely that the frock was gradually supplanted by the frock coat in the early nineteenth century, eventually being relegated to evening dress. The frock coat in turn became cut away into the modern coat, giving us the two modern coats with tails.Frock (especially in the phrase “short frock”) is also a child’s dress or light overdress.
This precursor of the modern shirts is still in fashion in the pakistan, india, bangladesh, asian and western countries. Today, the chemise commonly refers to a sleeveless, loose-fitting, shirt-like piece of lingerie or undergarment. It can also mean short, sleeveless clothing hanging straight from the shoulders and fitting loosely at the waist suitable for those who wear large womens clothing.
These are beautiful frocks styles collection for pretty girls and look beautiful with baby cut hair style. You can see that the girls in these pictures have full sleeve, half sleeve and sleeveless frock style with red, blue, yellow, black and white colors and frock neck or blouse is decorated with beautiful designs.
The evolution of the salwar kameez has a long and colorful history which originated with the influence of Islamic reign on India. The intermingling of cultures created the trend of wearing loose pajamas and kurtas for men as well as women, the only difference being that women also added an odhni or dupatta to their outfit.The salwar is a type of lower garment.It is pant like and usually loose fitting. Recently the salwar kameez has taken a cue from Indo – western fashiona dn ahs come up with innovations in Designs In some cases, the trousers are tight and fitted, these are known asDesigns . And, there is another kind of salwar too, known as the patiala, which has a billowing cut at the hips and is tight at the Kameez.The kameez in a salwar kameez set is a long top or kurtaworn over the salwar. Read the rest of this entry »
Latest Anarkali ShalwarKameez wondered what the latest fashion craze is in this festive season? Well, undoubtedly it has to be the Anarkali salwar suits , back in fashion after a long time and how! fashion is nowadays becoming very fashionable in India and among most of the NRI women as well. But do we know the history of how this stunning dress got its name as the “Anarkali salwar kameez “?Well, Anarkali (“pomegranate blossom”) was a renowned slave girl from Lahore (Pakistan) during the Mughal era. Read the rest of this entry »
Pakistani Anarkali Suit Popularly known as the Indian suit or Pakistani Suit, a set of Salwar Kameez normally constitutes of a tunic called Kameez , a baggy trousers called Salwar and normally a matching stole called Dupatta.Kameez varies in length from thigh line to knee line. Embezzled with delicate patterns and stone works, a Kameez is the main piece of the set. A Salwar is usually gathered at the hip either with a drawstring or elastic. Dupatta is often weaved in sheer fabrics and add brilliance to theSalwar Suit . Read the rest of this entry »
Ever wondered Indian Anarkali Outfits the latest fashion craze is in this festive season? Well, undoubtedly it has to be the Anarkali salwar suits , back in fashionafter a long time and how! Anarkali style is nowadays becoming very fashionable in India and among most of the NRI women as well. But do we know the history of how this stunning dress got its name as the “Anarkali salwar kameez. Read the rest of this entry »
Indian Anarkali Frocks is the national dress of Pakistan Anarkali Frocks . Men and women in Pakistan, wear it as a daily routine dress. Dupatta is also a part of it for women living in Pakistan. It is not only a causal wear but it is also formal wear to wear on any formal occasion such as weddings , parties, get togethers etc. It is easy and simple to wear and you can be much comfortable in it.Mostly on mehndi function, the bride prefers to wear Anarkali Frocks, Read the rest of this entry »