The first several years of the twenty first century has experienced a revolutionary trend in fashion, in terms of Indian ethnic wear. Well-known Indian designers such as Sabyasaachi Mukerjee, Ritu Kumar and Manish Malhotra have worked significantly towards this change. Thanks to their initiatives, India has been climbing new levels in the international fashion field. It is expected that the reputation of Indian ethnic wear will be here to stay.
Renewed Interest in Traditional Indian Attire
The youngsters have started to realize the futility of simply aping styles, which do nothing to flatter their personalities or images. We owe much thanks to the initiatives of Indian designers, who have worked constantly to raise the Indian ethnic wear to a dearest position. Nowadays, Churidaars, Anarkalis, Patialas, Kurtis and Lehanga-Cholis are all in style, but with a twist! They have been reinvented to provide not only to modern preferences, but also for better style, elegance and usability. Here is a look at the new enhanced avatars of traditional Indian costumes:
Saree is a tradition that goes deep into the origins of India. Actually, the very essence of India can be found entwined in the folds of this wonderful Indian clothing. Nowadays, this nine yard garb has tailored itself to suit a more urbane use. Mild materials such as chiffon, georgette, crepe and Chanderi are being used to serve the women of the times. Designer sarees, with their fine embroidering and accessories, are a current favorite; they are specially designed to improve the beauty and appeal of the person wearing them. These new styles in sarees have assured a broader distribution of their reputation that expands not only to India, but also worldwide. Actually, several worldwide superstars have also been spotted dressed in this stylish Indian clothing at many special events.