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4 Interesting Ways to Match Ethic and Western Wear

Posted by mishrayashvi27 in Shopping on December 12th, 2018

Most Indian women have two sets of apparels- the ethnic and the western. Each apparel is worn as per the demand of the event, making it difficult for women to match the two. But sometimes matching these two attires smartly can give birth to breathtaking fusion wear. 

People who are into fashion often like to mix and match their outfits. While experimenting is good one needs to do it smartly. One needs to be able to pull off a fusion smartly. Here are some easy and exciting ways to achieve a fusion look.

Crop Tops-

Crop tops have been trending for quite some time. It is considered to be one of the most comfortable outfits during summer conditions. Crop tops soak the body sweat and give ample space for cooling. They are typically paired with skirts and jeans to add style to the look. Crop tops are the go-to outfits during parties as they can enhance the body features seamlessly. Many women shy away from wearing crop tops as they are a few inches above the waist, thus exposing a little bit of skin and the midriff.

Crop tops can be paired with ethnic wear as well. One can use it as a substitute and pair it with the most classical wear; the saree. Wear a crop top under a saree can also help those who are shying away from wearing cop tops due to its length. This edgy fusion wear has been spotted on several top fashionistas across India.

Patiala pants-

Initially designed for men, Patiala pants are stitched with pleats are incredibly comfortable to wear. Women love to wear Patiala salwar, especially during summers because of the comfort and convenience it offers. Its distinguishing characteristics are the pleats stitched together. These pleats meet at the bottom. They look wonderful and are a typical Indian ethnic wear.

Patiala pants are usually worn paired with kurtis. But when they are paired with women's designer t-shirts, women feel very comfortable, and it gives them a laid-back look. A Patiala pajama can also be paired with a graphic T-shirt. This is ideal for an outing or a lazy casual occasion.

Long skirts-

Long skirts or lenhengas are usually restricted to wedding parties and religious events in the country. They are loved due to their loose and comfort feel. This adds convenience like no other outfit. But due to its restriction, many women don’t wear it apart from traditional occasions.

But these long skirts can be worn with designer crop tops. This style is trending and looks extremely classy. This also boosts the length of the one wearing it, while giving utmost comfort simultaneously. One can also pair a dazzling lehenga with silk kurta to stand out from the crowd. This is one of the most exquisite fusion wear adopted by several celebrities.

Shrugs and coats-

Shrugs and coat have proved to be quite beneficial to the ladies who do not want to compromise style by wearing a sweater. Lacy shrugs are the new hit and can be paired with almost every ethnic wear, be it a kurta or a salwar. It looks like a western outfit if worn with a T-shirt and looks like an ethnic outfit if paired with a salwar. In short, they take the style of the outfit which is worn with it.

These were some ideas on how to deftly bridge the gap between western wear and ethnic wear. Many websites and apps offer such fusion styles online as well.

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