DIY Indian Traditional Wear:
Indian fashion is a melting pot of traditional and western styles. the traditional Indian wear is inspired by the rich culture of the country and reflects the regional diversity in the style, prints and fabric used for the traditional wear. In the fashion cycle, traditional Indian wear has often taken a backseat but has always emerged like a phoenix. Being desi is the new super cool thing to do.
Here are some tips to DIY Indian traditional wear for you to mix and match for that uber look:
- The traditional saree never goes out of fashion. The years have seen many experiments with the saree, be it the fringe saree, tassel saree, stitched saree, dhoti saree, half saree and much more. The saree has always come back vociferously. Be it kanjeevarams, kalamkaris, ikkat, chanderi, maheshwaris, banarsi Saree finds an expression in any corner of the country.
- The eternal salwar kameez has undergone drastic and dramatic evolution over the years but the traditional way of a salwar kameez is evergreen with the salwar, the kameez and a dupatta.
- Anarkali suits are another variation of the traditional royal dressing is the anarkali suit. Pair it with a long jacket or shararas, they look gorgeous any which way. From cotton to tulle, lace, and zari, Anarkalis will always have an elegant and graceful appeal to them.
- Long skirts are a must have Indian traditional wear. Team it with a long or short kurta or a tank top, it is the most comfortable traditional wear.
- Dupattas and stoles are the ultimate way to accessorize your traditional wear. Be it lehenga choli, salwar kameez, skirt and others, dupattas and stoles add a touch of classiness to any Indian wear.
Keeping the men in line with the fashion race. Here are some DIY Indian traditional wear for men:
- Nehru jacket has been rocking the men’s fashion arena for long. Be it plain or with some floral embroidery or prints over a slim fit kurta pyjama or shirt and trousers, the Nehru jacket is a big yes in the DIY Indian traditional wear.
- Sherwani and churidar is the traditional Indian wear which is evergteeen and classy at any time of the year.
- The evergreen kurta pyjama is the perfect Indian traditional wear. Ideal for a Pooja, function, festival, wedding, it lends an ethnic touch to the attire.
These DIY Indian traditional wear look good in any kind of function and event. So why don’t you try some good looking “Desi” this time!