There is always a demand for traditional wear during the special season of festivals. When it comes to Indian women’s fashion, their style statement is always dominated by the magic of traditional wear. Now girls are giving priority to new traditional wear for festivals instead of suits or sarees. Gradually, the craze of light colors is increasing among women, moving away from traditional colors. Now she is adding lighter shades like pastel mint green, champagne gold and zesty orange to her wardrobe. These colors add freshness and brightness to her entire personality. Not only this, now their attention is shifting from heavy clothes with heavy embroidery to light clothes. We have put together a list of traditional wear trends that will be ruling the festive season of 2017.
Highneck and collared kurtis with a closed neck or collar give a formal look to traditional wear. Be it going out to meet friends or being a part of a corporate meeting or conference, these kurtis are perfect for every occasion. Turtleneck kurtis with retro prints will be on the list of unconventional fashion trends this year. You will make people turn heads as you wear kurtis with exclusive geometric patterns and rough edges. Bandh neck or collared kurtis made of brocade or chanderi silk will give you a special royal style. These can be paired with chanderi silk trousers or using accessories.
Boho Skirt Skirts have an important place in every girl’s wardrobe. This year, traditional printed skirts with motifs of flowers, buds and leaves will be teamed with stylish and chic shirts, tops and tunics. In this season of office parties, festivals and weddings, girls can spread their magic by adopting this boho indowestern trend. You can pair these boho skirts with a crop top or a heavy dupatta to look special and different in the festive season.
SLITS Recently launched, these Extended Slits will give a fresh and trendy twist to your outfits. The chic designs are complemented by bold slits, giving a fresh take on traditional fashion. Kurtis with slits are becoming very famous among the girls. This trend will give her a royal yet trendy look. Especially the patterned slit kurtis are in high demand. Girls can change their look by pairing these kurtis with trousers, jeans and palazzo. This experiment will be very hot this season. This festive season, there will be a high demand for palazzo along with traditional kurtis. The juxtaposed print palazzos not only look beautiful and unique, but also lend a unique look to your outfit. This festive season, colors like mint green, coral, indigo blue and orange will be very popular in slit kurtis.
Capes, a popular western style, have now found their way into Indian fashion trends as well. Cape can be easily worn by any body type girl. Try wearing a cape over your simple kurti, fancy lehenga or sensual saree if you want to serve up a traditional outfit in a whole new way. It will give a new look to your personality. These capes are available in beautiful patterns, styles and textures for the festive season. Capes are available with heavy embroidery work in net material and lace can also be used in the cape if you want a royal look.
Asymmetrical hems Asymmetrical hems with special cuts are becoming very popular among designers and girls. Almost every designer is including this style in their latest collection. These asymmetric kurtis can be teamed with patiala salwar, leggings and palazzo to make your trendy style statement. Asymmetrical hem can be of oblique design as well as two wedge or high low. More creative designs are in progress in this pattern. This can be considered as the most suitable fusion look for this festive season. Western Saree Indian traditional wear is witnessing rapid changes. Nowadays sarees are being given a whole new look with a modern twist. Worn like a gown, these sarees are giving a tough challenge to international fashion. Instead of old style blouses, girls are flaunting their curvy bodies by wearing these fitting sarees with blazers, crop tops and tubes. Accessorizing the saree with a belt will give a new look to this western adaptation of the saree. Saree is considered to be the best traditional wear, it can be draped in many ways. This festive season, change your look by wearing your saree in a different way. If you want, you can also use different cuts and stitches in the blouse. If your saree is simple, then keep its blouse heavy, you can become the pride of the festival by doing many experiments with the neck and back of the blouse.
Light Fabrics Fabrics play an important role in defining traditional fashion trends. Traditional wear is being made in light fabrics with a mix of traditional handlooms and modern designs. Use of eye-catching patterns with fabrics like cotton, chiffon and silk are making rounds in apparels.