Indo Western Blend
The basic concept of fusion outfit is a combination of Western-style patterns and Indian designs. For instance, the simple traditional salwar suits can be given a western touch by changes in the sleeves and neck designs, or a decorative stole used as an accessory for added effect. Again in western dresses like a top or blouse or a skirt, Indian embroidery styles from different parts of India like Phulkari from Punjab, Kantha stitch from Bengal, Chikankari from Lucknow or mirror work from Rajasthan can be seen. Sometimes, more elaborate embroidery styles like Meenakari, Resham, Kundan, Zardozi work are also used. Denim jackets and pants are given an Indian touch with embroidery and other embellishments on them. Indian kurtis, worn with denim pants or trousers, have become very popular among the young crowd. Another popular fusion outfit is a kurti paired with a straight-cut pant-style salwar and a dupatta. Nowadays, innovative styles bringing in the fusion is seen in short dupattas, pants with slits and spaghetti-style tops. Short shirts are worn with patiala style salwars.
Indo Western Salwar Suits
Indian Fusion Outfits
One of the main reasons why Indo-Western fusion fashion has become so popular in India as well as in other countries is that they have a trendy and elegant appearance. There is this ethnic touch, perfect blending from both Indian and Western cultures, making them suitable for wearing at all kinds of occasions. Such outfits are suitable for wear by almost all age groups, and is all the rage among the youngsters. Indo-Western fusion outfits are available in different styles. The daring ones to the modest ones: you just need to make your choice. Fusion outfit is also more comfortable to wear, as against the traditional Indian dresses, which is why it is being largely preferred by the professional women.