Clothes have fascinated mankind since time immemorial. Traditional Indian wear like salwar kameez, kurta churidar, saris were mostly popular amongst the elderly section of the society. The young crowd if even attempted to wear it, were considered low grade or outdated by the younger sections. Times change and so does the trends.
The changing trends have led to the evolution of Indian wear, due to which it is now being increasingly worn by the youth and gaining popularity among this section of society.
The combination of comfort with latest fashion trends along with an increase in demand for clothes for different occasions, has led to a lot of design changes. Indian designers are working hard to cater to the increasing demand of these mix matches of designs and styles. The traditional embroideries are combined with the ultra mod cuts to give a sensational look to these Indian wear clothes
Adapting to the needs of the fashion conscious youth, traditional Indian wear have been given a western look. This indo-western fusion resulted in indo-western salwar kameez set. This salwar kameez set can be a combination of sleeveless top and a salwar and also instead of a regular sleeve it can have spaghetti straps which give the outfit an identity of its own.
Changes in cuts, length and hemlines has led to the emergence of different styles like short kurta pant sets. These kurtas have become shorter in length and can be worn over pants, capris, parallels. Plethora of colors, textures, prints and styles make them even more appealing.
Keeping pace with the latest trends, the most popular traditional Indian wear, the sari has also evolved as now saris are stitched in the customized skirt form for the ease of wearing. Saris now come in a wide range of fabrics and colors with different types of embroideries, embellishments etc.
The young crowd love to go sexy in different kinds of sizzling designs of blouses like spaghetti strap blouses, backless cholis, off shoulder blouses, halter blouses, boat neck, asymmetrical blouses and u neck blouses to name a few. Now a lot of emphasis is laid on the detailing of the back of the blouses with key holes, strings. These blouses also come in different types of fabrics like handloom cotton, chiffon and georgette and for the winters it is velvet, silk.
The emergence of the new fashion trends is a blessing in disguise for today’s youth as they have a lot of options to choose from. One could easily buy these ethnic Indian wear available online at www.utsavsarees.com