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Fusion Wear

The recent trends in Indian fashion include Fusion wear. Fusion is fusing the western styles and Indianising the same. Necklines, waistlines, cuts, length and fabrics can be fused to adapt to Indian wear.

Kids apparel are the primary focus as they allow a lot of exploration in this area. Simple skirts for formal functions or Diwali buys see a lot of colour in powder pink skirts and criss cross strappy tops. The look retains the ethnicity but also mingles with western creations.

Trendy and suave creations for teenage fashion. With high unpredictability in this section, fashion needs constant improvement. Variety is much obtained from fusion wear like crinkled crepe skirts, bead work in A lined skirts. Flowing tops over leggings, Kurta motifs over track pants. Straight cut pants replace the churidar, shorter shirt kurtis over parallel cut pants are some ideas in fusion wear.

Motifs and embroidery play a good rule in arriving at Indo western fusion. Motifs of elephants, flowers, leaf work, peacock and Gods like Krishna or Shiva are boldly laid on shirts or denim wear. Embroidery include plain thread works in satin or silver or gold chain stitches.

Embellishments of payal ghungrus on shirts, or crystals is another innovation. Denims can be embroided or embellished with sequins and coloured artificial pearls.

Necklines can be well adapted like a halter or strappy top over a straight salwar. Sabrina or sweetheart necks can go on long flowing gowns with tight layered churidars underneath. Noodle straps, large armholes, spaghetti straps are all western borrowings which can be well adapted as blouses or salwar tops.

Waistlines are trendy changes, the current empire line with broad borders in bold colours is the latest inclusion. Animal prints on salwar suits can be experimental.

More magic with simple floral cotton shirts and tasseled stoles, Indian embroidered kurtis and long earrings worn over a tight black jeans. Pencil long skirts with a handkerchief cut kurta resembling a scarf material.

Handloom designs look wonderful over cut offs or leggings. Fusion is best when kept simple. A blend of Indian accessories like oxidized bangles, juttis under khakis, earrings over normal jeans and top also fits the fusion trend.

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