An ornate sleeveless Kameez, which has a label from "Jee", but appears to be hand-made. The garment is made from a bright pink fabric, with golden sequin and bead embellishment: These from a dense pattern of rows and swirls over the bodice at the front, and an widely spaced rows of flower-like shapes across the front of the skirt. The back is relatively plain, with just rows around the neck-line, and a line mirroring the bust-line, as well as a star-like scattering of sequins, which is also present on the front part of the skirt. The neckline is almost U-shaped, but with a very slight V-shape point.
From shoulder to the bottom of the skirt the entire garment is 36 inches long. It is 32 inches at the bust, and while would usually be worn loosely, up to 30 inches at the waist. A short dress/tunic, this would traditionally be worn with Sirwal-type trousers.