Girl in Churidar
Churidar is one of the most recent additions to the wardrobe of a Keralite woman. This dress of northern Indian origin has now become the favourite of the womenfolk of Kerala.
Popular in South Asian countries like Pakistan and Bangladesh, Churidar consists of three pieces of clothing. The three quarter long tunic worn as the top is called Kameez in northern Indian parlance.
The pantaloons fixed in the waist are called Salwar. An unstitched length of clothing called Duppatta is also part of the attire. Duppatta is normally draped loosely over the shoulders.