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10 Indo-Western Fusion looks to rock!

“Comfort is the key to excel in fashion”. Nowadays, it’s not just about looking good but about feeling good too. If you aren’t comfortable in a piece of clothing, it reflects on your personality. Who doesn’t want to look good?

So, the trend of Indo-Western looks came up, where people can fuse fashion with comfort at almost every occasion. If you are a person who’s not comfortable in wearing ethnic stuff, these fusion looks would be really helpful to you. What are you waiting for? Let’s start.

1. Front slit kurtas with Dhoti Pants

Front slit kurtas with Dhoti Pants

Front slit kurtas are made to flaunt your bottoms. The slit in the kurta is the special element. One can slay off this front slit kurta in a wedding or even in office. This can be a great office look.

You can pair up the front slit kurta with dhoti pants or tulip pants. Make sure you put up the right attire. If one is detailed and heavily embroidered, the other one can be plain and elegant. This would maintain the flow of the outfit.

2. Saree with a twist

Saree with a twist

Who likes to wear a saree? Almost everyone of us because saree really gives the Indian vibe and one can associate with the cultures and traditions. But can you really carry it off like a pro? Wearing a saree can be tricky sometimes because you are afraid that maybe what if the pallu falls off?

So, people have created their own version of wearing saree now. One can wear it like a dhoti or maybe experiment with the pallu by putting it as a dupatta around the neck. It really depends on your personal taste.

You can go with scarf style saree draping and use an off-shoulder or cold shoulder top as a blouse. Even you can style it with a crop top and use your pallu in different ways like putting a belt in the front.

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3. The Lehenga-Jacket Combo

The Lehenga-Jacket Combo

Who said that lehenga should be accompanied by a blouse or a crop top? Lehengas don’t need blouse, do they? They need some new company and jackets are on the rescue. Who thought jackets would look awesome on lehengas?

One can definitely opt for long buttoned jackets to be worn over lehengas or if you are someone who likes short jackets make sure you wear bralettes inside it. Long beautiful jackets over lehengas are the new fusion outfits.

4. Glittery Evening Gowns

Glittery Evening Gowns

Gowns were a part of the western trend. But soon those long evening gowns entered the fusion category and now most of you may have seen brides wearing gown on their reception or wedding events.

One must say that gowns have evolved ever since they stepped into the Indian market. Those beautiful-embellished gowns can be worn on festive occasions. You can also be a part of the ‘twinning’ trend with the bride. Add this outfit in your wardrobe for sure.

5. Denim Jackets: Here, There, Everywhere

Denim Jackets: Here, There, Everywhere

When you talk about Indo-Western fusion wear, you can’t forget denim jackets for sure. Denim Jackets go with everything, be it a dress or a kurta. One can also wear a kurta as a dress and then pair it up with denim jacket.

Denim Jackets go well with sarees and add a modern touch to the whole attire. Name any piece of clothing and pair it up with a denim jacket, there you go. You have added the western touch to the outfit.

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6. Long ethnic shrugs with Palazzos

Long ethnic shrugs with Palazzos

If you want to opt for something basic, choose basic blouse or top with palazzos or pants. Pair it up with ethnic long shrugs so that the main element in your outfit shines out. You can wear them on a haldi/ mehendi function.

The most basic yet elegant outfit to wear in a wedding function. Go for some signature earrings and rings. Palazzos as bottoms are really comfy, they may also let you enjoy your whole wedding function.

7. Shirts- Black, White or All

Shirts- Black, White or All

This wedding season take out all your plain basic shirts and pair them up with ethnic skirts. Black, White, Blue. or Maroon, plain shirts rock every outfit. You can wear them for sangeet or reception. Also, you can wear them to your workplace and on a casual day out too.

Tuck your shirt in nicely to give a more sophisticated look. Wear heavy jewellery to complete the whole look. One can go for kundan necklaces to hide the collar of the shirt. Tassel Earrings will look good with the outfit.

 8. Maxi Dress: Ethnic Version

Maxi Dress: Ethnic Version

Are you someone who finds dresses way more comfortable than kurtas or sarees? Is your mother forcing you to wear something ethnic for the wedding? Well, here’s the tip, opt for a dress which is long and has heavy embroidery in it.

One can also go for maxi dress which is plain or has some print on it. The more detailed one has mirror work, drapes, embroidery, etc. The maxi dress you opt for really depends on the occasion. Ethnic maxi dress are classy and beautiful. Add on accessories like belt, earrings, etc.

9. Crop Tops, Off Shoulder Tops and more

Crop Tops, Off Shoulder Tops and more

Nowadays you really don’t hunt out for blouses that go with your lehenga or sarees. It’s really too much ‘mehnat’ to get your blouses done. So, this is the most common trick/hack you may have seen on the internet.

Just get a crop/ off-shoulder/ cold shoulder/ halter neck/ full sleeve top, whichever you like. Pair it up with your lehenga or saree. The biggest and best fusion of all time is top with lehengas. They really save a lot of your time and money as well. 😉

10. Detailing: Peplum Blouse and Drapes

Detailing: Peplum Blouse and Drapes

You know detailing really matters if you want to wear something on a wedding function. If you talk about Indo-Western fusion looks, there’s a lot of room for creativity and experimentation. One can pair up peplum or cope blouses to get princess feels.

They look and make you feel extremely classy. Also, the detailing is something to die for. Also, if you are going for a dress or kurti, make sure they have drapes or some different element. Simple kurtis really don’t work for wedding season. When there are a lot of designs available in the market, what are you waiting for? Go and give it your best shot this wedding season.

All these fusion styles are meant to add a touch of Western flavour and also provide you comfort. So, choose wisely and rock the floor!

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Written by Mansi Yadav

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