Indo-Western Fashion Ideas You Need

Indo-Western Fashion Ideas You Need

Trying out our Desi Ensembles brings us to an universe of utopian ecstasy, but did you know something more cathartic, congenial and comfy? Yes, you guessed it right, when you amalgamate the best of both worlds, the regality and elegance of the Indian Ensembles minus the fuss of it. The best way to do that is by giving these Desi Outfits, a western approach, or turning the tables and doing things vice-versa, however you deem fit, you know. 
Let us simplify this for you. Now for instance, take the omnipresent gowns. The western gowns which were an archetype of the Victorian Era have turned Desi with exaggerated rhinestones and an ethnic appeal and have become a millennial favorite to don during wedding functions, cocktail parties and more. 
In fact, brides are choosing gowns as their primary choices for engagements and receptions, that’s the influence we’re talking about when Indo-Western Fusion gets tangible. 
The ways to amalgamate this eternally-loved combination are countless, but that can sometimes get overwhelming. To ensure that you emerge victorious in the fashion battle of both these worlds, here are ways to do that, effortlessly, and with sass. 

Lehenga with Peplum Top

Peplum tops have enjoyed being under the sight of fashion lenses for quite some time. Now how do we mix it with the drama of ethnic ensembles? Here’s what our in-house team of fashion experts say.
Take a peplum blouse, and complement the flares of it with that of a lehenga. Now your lehenga could be a heavy one with embroidery all around, or a subtle one, the peplum trend goes well with both of them.  
If you are not in a mood for Lehenga, you could always go for a Skirt for a lighter discourse. Pro Tip, if your skirt is basic, complement it with an embroidered peplum top, and use the shade of your top as danglers so it plays well with your subtle skirt. 

Anarkali with Belt and Dupatta 

Well if you think that those broad or narrow belts can be used just with your western outfits, let us break it out to you, not anymore. Fashion evolves with time and has changed and this western masterpiece into a wonderful accessory to be paired up with your ethnic elements. Take cues from style icons like Sonam Kapoor and Esha Gupta and give the videsi belt and Indian Makeover. 

Pair Sharara with Crop Top and Dupatta

Indo western costumes are the ideal to go with for cocktail parties or New Year's Eve. A crop top and sharara and dupatta can be worn for a modern look. As an indo fusion style, you can drape a dupatta like a saree to give it a sharara saree look. Wear heels and little jhumkas to finish the appearance.

Capes and Dhoti Pants

Have you ever had to choose between appearing attractive in ethnic clothing and being quite comfortable? Diana, on the other hand, demonstrates that you can have the best of both worlds! This forest-green dhoti pants and cape is the ideal blend of Indian and Western styles, and the addition of those hefty silver earrings just adds to the look! This fusion dress design will look great with strappy stilettos and beachy waves.
Shirt-Style Lehenga 
Many women nowadays prefer the indo fusion trend. There is a vogue for wearing indo fusion attire during bridal showers and cocktail parties. With a lehenga, go for a shirt style top because it's in style right now. Always go for a plain shirt blouse style with an embroidered lehenga for a suitable look. Furthermore, the dupatta is optional; you may wear it or not, and both look good.

Solid Crop Top & Palazzo With Printed Front-Tie Gathered Shrug

I only had three words to say. Actually, it's simply one word that's been repeated three times. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! I may be short on adjectives when it comes to characterizing this Indi Western Outlook but that isn't the case when it comes to its trendiness. Another great fusion day-look for work or college, all you need is a printed front-knot shrug for this one. Add a pair of silver hoops to the mix and wear it over a solid crop top and palazzo combination, or any trousers and top combo in similar colors. 

A Bell-Sleeved Kurti 

Wearing a Kurti as a dress appeals to me particularly because I have a strange penchant for loose yet flattering. As a result, I strongly advise you to take a look at this fusion style concept as depicted in the image. Any flared-sleeved cotton Kurti or tunic may be dressed up with something as simple as a pair of contrast tassel earrings, and taken a level higher on the fashion factor. Pull your hair back into a tidy bun and let your light-hearted ensemble draw all the attention.

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