Update your Wardrobe with Indo-Western Trends

by Hemalatha Thiraviarajan Designer

Designers these days are designing clothes keeping in mind more of a global outfit silhouette. Trends are becoming more blended than purely traditional or in stark contrast with one another. Fusion trends that reflect a blend of the Western and Indian have been around for quite some time. While Indian traditional wear is back to dominate the fashion trends for the coming years, Indo western hasn't completely taken a back seat. Many people still prefer the blended indo-western outfit looks, especially for everyday comfort wear. Traditional attires are mostly set aside for occasional wear like family gatherings, functions, weddings and festive occasions.

Fashionable stoles and dupattas have undergone a fine fusion when it comes to indo western outfits and flaunting pretty printed dupattas, embellished scarves etc. are the trend of the day. Experiment with different tying and knotting styles with your dupatta and make the most of it as a fashion accessory. You could pair contrasting and bright coloured dupattas or stoles with coloured printed kurtis or tunics. Similarly, pairing floral printed dupattas or stoles with a plain bold colour kurti creates a balanced look and can appear very attractive.

When it comes to accessorizing your Indo western outfit, most women are in a fix. There is a lot of scope to experiment with in the costume jewellery section ranging from jhumkas, beaded necklace, choker necklace, pearls, oxidised silver trinkets. These can be easily paired with Kurtis if you're wearing them with leggings, denims or jeggings.

Just as Kurtis are paired with churidar leggings and denims, similarly western A-line dresses, tunics and short tops are paired with Indian churidar leggings for an Indo-western look.

Cocktail saris and geometric prints on georgette saris are very much in vogue. Worn with the right kind of blouse, these saris can look very chic and elegant. Animal prints are also in fashion and each of these quirky prints have been partly inspired by Bollywood movies and movie stars having seen them flaunting these trends on the red carpet or on other television shows. Even bold colours are being experimented with; black and white, rust and red, orange and black are bright and bold hues which add to the quirky and westernised effect of these Indian wear outfits. This reflects a unique blend and has been the latest fusion trend of the western and traditional.

Log on to where you can avail yourself some of the trendiest Indian ethnic wear outfits which include half sleeved kurtis, Anarkali suits, Indian churidaars for women, accessories to match with the outfits etc. Men too can find outfits of their choice on Fashion Equation ranging from casual wear t-shirts, formal shirts, Indian ethnic wear according to the latest fashion trends etc. Fashion Equation caters to the growing demand for traditional outfits and deals in exclusive and designer wear that is sure to catch your eye. Shop online for your favourite clothes and give a major haul to your wardrobe. 


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