Its the age of mix, match, wear & flaunt, one trend that is a total fave this festive season is fusion wear! It is a total saviour, especially when you need a touch of that ‘extra something in your simple outfits.
The era of fusing traditional with western has taken over all the trends, the mixing and matching trend is no more about muted colours or patterns. It is a total saviour, especially when you are stuck in a fashion rut.
It has been one of the biggest and most versatile fashion trends, ever since it started many many moons ago. So, in today’s post, I am gonna decode how you can create a new outfit by just mixing Indian prints and silhouettes.
Let me take you to take you through this hottest of the trends – fusion wear, taking over the fashion industry.
Mixing prints, colours, and silhouettes of both desi and Western wear is a lot of fun! You may think fusion desi is only for special occasions, but that’s so not true. You could wear to different events and make it look effortless and stylish
I am totally loving dhoti pants (tulip pants), this stylish cousin of the traditional dhoti is a versatile piece of clothing & could be one of the most innovative ways to style it. It can be styled with crop tops, tee’s, asymmetrical kurtas and what not. You can add a desi twist to it by going for ethnic prints and fabrics, just like I did.
Desi prints immediately give an Indian feel to the staple, when you want to stand out.
I curated this by mixing dhoti pants with a printed embellished jacket along with a bralet which looks modern yet bold, by giving the overall all feel of an ultra fusion chic look.
Don’t forget to notice the statement heels and turban band used to amp up the look.
So, I hope I was able to help you with the new ideas for creating new fusion looks and trend alert.
I am wearing,
Jacket – Zara
Bralet – Shein
Tulip Pants – Shilpa Kaistha
Heels – Steve Madden
Head Band – H & M
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