Styling apparel using both ethnic and western elements has always been a great fad in India and there are many reasons for this however one reason that stands out is the fact that we Indians are the perfect amalgamation of traditional and modern and history has also sufficiently proven that India is the perfect melting pot of varied arts and cultures. In other words, we borrow heavily from foreign cultures and put our own spin on it and the same applies to our fashion sensibilities. This fact is apparent is amply apparent in our everyday sartorial choices, kurtas with denims, kurtis with leggings, sarees with Jimmy Choo stilettos. Bearing in mind our love for fusion and indo-western dressing, it is only fair that we dedicate some time to discussing indo-western fusion trends that are finding widespread favor right now. Read further to know more.
Casual and Party Wear Indo-Western Styling for Men
Men’s casual right up until a few years back has been pretty much the usual variation of casual shirts, round and polo neck tees, denims and chinos however in the past few years men’s fashion has seen tremendous change with a greater emphasis on experimentation and creativity. Today men are taking chances and proactively making fashion statements in terms of what they choose to wear on daily basis and new age experimental trends have veered towards mixing and matching ethnic and western silhouettes which is why a younger generation of men are teaming tees with dhoti pants and round neck tees and mandarin collar casual shirts with Nehru jackets and bandhgala blazers. Chinos or denims mostly complete these trendy looks. Indo-westernsherwani are trending in a big way for party and festive wear.
Casual and Party Wear Indo-Western Styling for Women
Women’s casual styling has also heavily relied on indo-western elements in the last few years. While the market for western wear in India has definitely grown in India, ethnic garments still matter which is why women have innovatively experimented with indo-western dressing for casual wear purposes. In recent times indo-western casual styling has emphasized on making quirky and unusual style statements such as Patiala salwar paired with oversized round neck tees, jeans and tees paired with mojris, tank tops with lehengas and peasant skirts and kurtis with palazzo trousers. For festive or party wear indo-western styling like designer sarees and spaghetti strap blouses, lehengas with crop tops and anarkali gowns are trending in a big way.
Work Wear Indo-Western Styling for Men
Indo-Western styling has also found its way in to everyday work wear for men with more and more men ditching the western suits and jackets for Nehru jackets and bandhgala blazers which are mostly paired with mandarin collar shirts and trousers with dress shoes. This is definitely formal dressing with just the right amount of ethnic class.
Work Wear Indo-Western Styling for Women
Indo-western styling for women in the workplace is also pretty common as women are pairing kurtis with straight legged and palazzo trousers. There is little scope for experimenting with fashion at the work place but indo-western styling is being implemented in subtle ways.
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