Definitions

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  • noun tight trousers worn by people from the Indian subcontinent (typically with a kameez or kurta)

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Examples

  • Models will be wearing high-quality, finely woven cotton as well as silk saris, churidars, etc.

    Pearl Academys fashion show with Swiss Embassy

  • Models will be wearing high-quality, finely woven cotton as well as silk saris, churidars, etc.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • If we could wear ethnic trousers, we probably could find something - something full-legged with a drawstring, or a pair of bias-cut churidars - but that's not what the fashionistas want; they want us to blind the unsuspecting with the vision of pinstripes skewing crazily around our curves, and entertain folks with the ridiculous picture of full bosoms perched on top of highwaisted trousers.

    Well, I Guess It's Time To Wrap This Up, Then - A Dress A Day

  • Taufeeq Umar a team from Rossel Island technology stocks themes of reincarnation, occult, supernatural powers and magic tighter churidars

    Making a Comeback

  • Taufeeq Umar a team from Rossel Island technology stocks themes of reincarnation, occult, supernatural powers and magic tighter churidars

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • From within materialised diva-looking courtesans in ivory coloured netted sarees, georgette lehengas and churidars paired with innovative jackets, walked down the ramp sensuously.

    The Times of India

  • Men sported with flair velvet sherwanis and Anarkali-style kurtas rich in thread work over churidars.

    The Times of India

  • Men sported with flair velvet sherwanis and Anarkali-style kurtas rich in thread work over churidars.

    The Times of India

  • It was forcefully exported with a tetratonic continental health partnerships richmond virginia and all harness and utensils, a denying clue with a stereotactic couch, everyone chair and tension tv and obesity of land space to council out at the double - albeit stilly directed - mail of the churidars and sandal below.

    Wii-volution

  • The saris, dresses and kurta-churidars, made of fabrics like fabrics like chiffons, georgettes and net, were in various shades of beiges, ivory, pale yellow, peach, nude and blue. comment Note: By posting your comments here you agree to the

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