Most of the people prefer to wear either western clothes such as jeans, skirts or dresses or ethnic clothes such as suits or sarees. But have you ever thought of mixing both? Most of the girls don’t want to try mixing Indian and western looks because they don’t feel confident about it.So let us tell you all that fusion trend started a long time ago but now it has become the most versatile and biggest fashion trend. Fusion is just fun. Once you get to know how to do it, you will definitely love it. Plus the benefit of fusion wear is you can repeat your outfits by making it look totally different than the last time you wore it.

So, here are some of the fusion trends that you must definitely try:-

1. The shirt and the lehenga look

You can take inspiration from Haryanvi women, who wear Damaan, an ankle length skirt along with their white shirts and try pairing up your lehnga with a white or any other shirt. It looks so nice and most of the celebrities are trying it these days.

  •  Famous Bollywood young star, Alia Bhatt, dazzles in a White shirt and pink lehenga by Manish Malhotra at some event.

  • Again, a famous actor, Tapsee Pannu in a white plain shirt along with a multicolored printed lehenga. This is really a fun look. The colors look so poppy and the golden necklace adds completeness to the look. 

  • How can one forget Anushka’s look from ADHM when talking about fusion style. This look was trending among Delhi girls after the release of the song ‘cutipie’. This look is just perfect for a mehndi function.

 

2. Saree with shirt

Be it office or a function/get together, a white shirt will work at both places. A white shirt paired up with a silk saree looks so decent as well as royal too. Wearing deep blouses with sarees became so common. You can try something different next time you go to a social gathering by pairing your saree with a formal shirt.

  • You can just pair your white shirt with saree for crisp formal saree look. This can be also worn on festivals too.  

  • The Bollywood style icon, Sonam Kapoor dares to try something different (as always) and she really did justice to her outfit. Wearing a denim saree by Masaba Gupta, she really looks like a diva. This style Is definitely worth trying.

 

3. Dhoti pants

Again, dhoti pants are quiet trending these days, be it in fashion shows or in parties. You can rock your party wear collection by adding a pair of dhoti pants to your wardrobe.

  • Kriti Sanon nails this indo-western look. A blouse paired up with dhoti pants along with a shrug makes a good combination for a party. You can definitely don this kind of outfit at a mehndi or a wedding function.

  • A famous clothing brand missa more clothing has come up with trendy dhoti pants. Their new collection consists of teal blue and pastel pink dhoti pants paired with an embroidered crop top with a cape. 

 

 

4. Indian inspired western fashion

  • You must have witnessed western dresses with Indian prints either in markets/ malls or on the runway. The best example can be Global Desi by Anita Dongre. It captures timeless art in contemporary style.
  • As you can see in above pics, how beautiful these western dresses look in Indian prints. The Indian prints add a pop to the looks.

  • Anita Dongre brought fusion wear to the masses by her retail brand Global Desi.Indian prints and material but with western style.

5. Mix and match

The concept of mix and match looks so cool these days.

 

  •  A model at Lakme Fashion week wearing a blouse with pants along with a transparent half skirt and dupatta. This combination looks dashing. You can definitely steal the crowd if you wear this kind of outfit on a party.

  • A famous Delhi blogger, Kritika Khurana knows very well how to mix and match her western clothes with Indian ones. She paired up her top along with an Indian skirt. Further, she added jhumkas to give it an ethnic touch.

So these were the few fusion styles you can try. These days, fashion is not restricted to a particular theme. There are endless styles you can carry. You should always be in your experiment zone where you can mix and match anything and carry it with style.

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