The Salwar also known as Shalwar, Salwaar or Shalwaar, is the traditional attire of the Punjab region and is known for its lively hues, rich fabrics and embroidery. The salwar forms part of the Punjabi suit which features three items - a kameez (top), salwar (bottom) and dupatta (scarf). The women's Punjabi salwar suit style has become popular all over the sub-continent and beyond reaching even the remote parts of Ladakh. It is also the national dress for Pakistan,
As alternative to Salwar the Kameez also can be worn with Churidaar. Churidaar is tight fitted pants having gatthers below knee.
The Kameez also can be worn with any other style of pants.
The Kameez also can be stitched in several forms like straight (straight below waist), Anarkali (having lpeats like skirt below waist) of A line (Skirt without pleats below waist)