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    shallwarz

    They can be beautiful but they can be a nuisance. For everyday work they can even be dangerous (for example,in the women's police running is hard, and slow, or in the house like unexpected periods... or in the women's hockey team running is slow and dull + 0% exposure of legs).
    But wear a Shallwar Kamiz without a pair of shallwar and you are the target of comments galore and it seems like it is immoral to go around without one, even if your Kamiz and dupata are generously cut.
    So....
    Many girls prefer wearing western style clothes (like tops ...minis, ects) so that they don't have to wear the shallwars. Is that the only way out?

    #2
    well you are very much inspired by the "DUPATTAS" post. But u don't know how to put it. Not a good work, Try again.
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      #3
      Hmmm this sounds familiar, why didn't you just throw it together with the other girls topic dupattas I'm sure she wouldn't have minded and that would have saved us all the trouble of opening this topic...try thinking next time before writing, it does wonders for you,...you never know maybe I'll start to think some day too....

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        #4
        Opps, forgot to mention this earlier Cybertalha do you and shirin share the only brain cell between the two of you?

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          #5
          actually.
          shalwars & dupattas are seperate issues -- ihave have seperate & diff opinions on each of them.

          and yu know how you should stick to the post's original topic <<isn't that a rule here?>>. Then you gotta stick to the dupatta subject in the other post. thre's no room to bring in shalwars in that post.....cuz it is a slightly diff. topic na <<i think>>
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          khair. here's my input on shalwars......
          i dun't like 'em...they're just tooooo baggy.. <<now don't go making all these retarded assumptions that i do the opp. from wearing baggy clothes -- kay?>>
          It's just that some ppl go to sleep wearing shalwar kameez. true it's comfy....but there's too much cloth fluttering all over the place. plus it gets too hot. i simply like a clean, cut pajama suit. less nuisance...
          & what's up with the Izaben.......or elastic.... just don't like it.

          <<don't mock me...>>

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            #6
            I think Shalwar is cool and comfy. It might not be suitable for certain situations, e.g, working with machine tools etc., where it might get caught in the motor. Other than that, it is a wonderful attire.

            I love wearing Shalwar Kameez, I donít like it when it is too starchy. Latha (cotton) is the best material to make Shalwar with.

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