Salwar Kameez is a generic term used for a dress made of two pieces. The top piece covering the torso is the Kameez and the bottom piece stitched for the legs is the salwar. The salwar or pyjama is held together by drawstrings. This term has its origin in Persia and Central Asia. A salwar kameez is among the most multi-faceted of Indian dresses. It can be subtle in appearance, making it ideal for a casual meet with friends, professional enough for office wear, or when required. Wearing cotton or work style salwar suit is both trendy and ideal for Indian office wear.