Kameez is a long shirt. Traditionally it falls over the knee area. The length of kameez is a matter of choice. It may be above knee, over knee or below knee.
Shalwar or Salwar:
Shalwar is a loose and comfortable pant, broad at the top and narrower at the ankles.
Trousers are smarter pants. They have pants like shape with normally elastic or belt at waist. They may have less flair (boot cut) or more flair (bell bottom) at bottom.
Dopatta is a part of South East Asian (India/Pakistan) dress tradition. It is a long scarf, about 2.5-3.0 yards long. It not only adds to the beauty of the dress but also serves as hijab for Eastern women. There are many ways of wearing dopatta. Some place it over shoulders, half hanging in front and half in back. Some wear it around neck area, with both end falling in back. For hijab, it is used to cover the head area and worn like a scarf.
Dopatta has matching or contrast colors and in some cases has beautiful embroidery over it.
Choli is a women's blouse. A choli is worn with a ghaghra or a lehnga.
A long flowing and flared skirt worn with a short shirt (blouse). Flared Lehngas or ghaghras have several triangular pieces sewn together for a trumpet-like shape.
A very full flowing pants, narrow at top and quite wide flare at bottom. It looks like a long skirt. It is worn under a short shirt and with a dupatta.
Sherwani is a formal men's dress. It is worn over shalwar and kameez or kurta.
Chunri is a kind of dopatta.
Paranda is used to bind hairs backward. The upper portion of paranda is twisted with hairs and lower portion with colorful threads hangs backward.