Indian Clothing Evolving At Global Level in The Form of Indo Western Dresses
Indian clothing has always been very exciting due to the variety it holds. Each country has its own sense of dressing and style and India is certainly an inspiration for the fashion lovers. Due to so many online facilities available, the reach of Indian clothing to an international level has become much easier. Now foreign people actually buy sarees online, they also search for anarkali suits and even bridesmaid sarees. If the foreign people have given their amount of love to the ethnic wears then the country has also not left behind in adapting the western fusion in the clothing and thus creating Indo western dresses.
India’s top fashion designers have a major role in taking the ethnic wears to an international platform. They have customized the ethnic clothing in such a way that the foreign people feel a connection with it. Here are a few fusions of western and desi costumes for women which are really in huge demand in the foreign market:
Indo western Salwar Kameez: This outfit is counted among one of the oldest in India apart from the saree. Usually the Indian salwar kameez designs includes Patiala suits, churidar kameez, anarkali suits but to make this total desi attire a huge success at the global platform, Indian fashion designers have invented Indo western salwar kameez. Once can find designs like gown style suits, everyone knows gown is an western outfit which is usually worn by foreign brides, giving a twist to it the feel of gown is maintained but the difference is it is worn along with a bottom or churidar pants. So, one can see the beautiful fusion of desi and the western costume.
Indo western gowns: There are certain kind of embroideries and work done on ethnic clothing which differentiates it with the western wear. Now usually in western gowns one can see only the frill or lace work but in indo western gowns it gives the look of a floor length anarkali suit with stone work and embroidery work done on it and it is carried with a veil or a duppatta.