The Intricacy and Beauty of Balochi Embroidery Traditional Suit
Balochi dress for women is one of the beautiful cultural aspects of Balochistan. Balochi Embroidery Traditional Suit is attractive, fashionable, classic, and very rich. No woman in any part of the world can refuse to wear it.
It has heavy embroidered sleeves and borders. It has pockets that are triangle shape. This triangle-shaped pocket is sewed with Daman and lots of beautiful embroideries are done on it too. Balochi dress is unique since the embroidery work on it leads you to a unique taste of art in Baloch. The patterns and the designs of Balochi dresses are unique and eye-catching that you can’t find that type of embroidery work in other cultural dresses.
Balochi dress is very dynamic since they vary from area to area. Like in Balochistan if a Baloch woman wears a Balochi dress without embroidered borders then she is thought to be a widow. The happily married Balochi women wear Balochi dresses with heavy, rich, and bright colored embroidery not only on the border but on the sleeves too.
Balochi dress is no doubt an apple of the eye for any fashion designer since there is a lot of space to make it more beautiful and up to date.
The Balochi dress is gorgeous and adorable; hence, it takes lots of money and time to prepare. Its price ranges from a few hundred to thousands. An average Balochi dress takes 7 to 8 months to prepare since this is one of the unique hand-made dresses.
Baloch wears a long Jama such as a smoky frock up to the heels, a loose shalwar, a long chadar or scarf, a cotton cloth turban, and most of the shoes that float under the feet.
The clothes of the people of Balochistan consist of different types of shirts and shalwars, turbans, shoes, and headscarves. Balochi women wear heavily embroidered shalwar kameez and dupatta with embroidery in which they use shisha work. Balochi Dutch, a famous Balochi dress, is too much expensive and it takes months to complete a single Balochi suit.