Top Indian Dress Styles Trending
Indian Clothing is one of the most historical fashion. The social, religious and holiday calendars of India and South Asia require a variety of styles, including traditional and modern variations. With so many fabrics, silhouettes, styles, and designs available, and endless ways to personalize and embellish these items, fashion possibilities have expanded to include limitless style options.
1. Anarkali Suit
Most of these suits come in an A-line silhouette, but the volume and width of these skirt bottoms actually range from very small to quite voluminous.
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2. Gharara Suit
Gharara pants are often confused with sharara pants, but there is one important feature that sets them apart. Sharara pants are usually sewn only at the waist and fall freely to the floor. Gharar pants fit snugly from the waist to the top of the knee. From there, they widen dramatically, similar to what western styles call a fish cut style.
Gharara style suit are most often paired with short kurtis and dupattas. Like the sharara style, the gharara suit is also a great modern choice for the upcoming festive seasons.
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3. Ghagra Choli
Ghagra choli is a special style of skirt often worn at weddings and festivals. These ankle-length Lehengas are usually worn with traditional embroidery, beading, and beautiful, colorful designs.
Lehenga choli is slightly more modern in style and cut, while ghagra choli is more traditional and these garments have been worn for generations. It's a daily staple, so it's important to have a few gagra cholis in your closet.
4. Lehenga Choli
For big events, these two fashion pieces are usually sold as a set for a more rugged and dynamic look. Lehenga choli outfits usually have matching embroidery, zari mirror work, and identical fabrics, and are sometimes sold with matching drape style dupatta.
A lehenga is more fitted, but a gagra cholis is relatively looser. Lehengs are perfect for showing off your toned figure on special occasions, while gagra cholis are perfect for everyday wear.
5. Palazzo Suit
The Palazzo suit effortlessly combines function, fashion, comfort and tradition in one look. Regularly paired with shorter and longer kurtis/jackets, palazzo pants are also common in Western wear .
Loose extra-wide pants are designed mainly for comfort and fit, but are also perfect for showing off sensuous details such as beads and embroidery.
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