The unique fusion of tradition with the western world has always intrigued everyone. Whether Nick Jonas is marrying Priyanka Chopra or the crop tops and skirt combo, we all instantly go gaga over this fusion. And why not? Some blends together are a pleasure to watch. Well, if you are also as crazy about fusion fashion as we are, this post is undoubtedly for you. Read about the best Indo-western dresses that are considered the best fusion wear.
Crop tops and skirts
This is the favourite fusion fashion of all the celebrities and fashion lovers. It’s because wearing a crop top over a long skirt gives you a mixed touch of both cultures and looks royal and elegant for outings and events.
Kurti with jeans
Call it the most comfortable and famous fusion wear after crop tops and skirts. Getting late to the office or it’s a day’s picnic, wear a cotton kurti, pullover your denim with it and tadaa; you’re ready to rock!
Crop top with saree
Love draping sarees, do you? But we understand wearing a traditional blouse makes it look monotonous. So, go for the chic crop top you have and drape the six yards of fabric over it!
Kurtis with shorts
Well, Kurtis are your go-to attires. So, now no more fussing with churidars and salwars with them. Just wear them on your shorts and display a contemporary fashion mantra instantly.
Long shirts with leggings
Shirts are formal and very much western. Blend them with a comfy pair of leggings, and you’re ready for a busy day at work and even for short, casual gatherings.
Kurtas with capris
Capris are your three-fourth length, tight-fitting pants that are perfect for daily wear. Wear them with your regular kurtas, and be ready for formal meetings and sophisticated appearances.
Maxi dress with dupatta
Don’t we all adore the maxi dress, which is sometimes flared and often figure-hugging? Pair them with your dupatta to create the perfect Indo-western fashion for festivals and parties.
Sheer shirts with salwars
Sheer and delicate short and long, high collared shirts have long been in the European tradition. And when these beautifully blend with matching Indian salwars, you can imagine the unique but sensual style you create that will be perfect for small gatherings and cosy night outs.
Bralettes with lehengas
Rich, colourful and attractive looking, bright colours, lehengas and heavily worked bralettes are the newest trend in fusion style. Wear them with or without a dupatta to look fabulous at any party or festive event.
Camisole with palazzos
Want to adorn a more comfortable style at casual gatherings or home? Wear the basic camisoles with your favourite palazzos, and they look stylish and at ease together!
Kurtis with leather jackets
We all love donning Kurtis on various occasions – with or without bottoms! Now, add your leather jacket to it and ditch the pants – it’s the perfectly rocking, casual fusion wear you can ever wear.
Shirt tops with lehenga
If you want a pretty modest night out, wear a shirt top or a sweater and pair it with a flared, cotton lehenga. It’s comfortable and contemporary and even a distinct combination that never fails.
Sarees with Shrugs
Another fusion fashion you can try in the next fall and winter is wearing your sarees with Shrugs over them. Regardless of the size of the shrugs – long or short, they certainly add a twist to your regular, traditional sarees.
Tube tops with sharara pants
Wear your traditional sharara pants with a twist this time by pairing them with a sexy, matching tube top. It’s the perfect attire for your date night and even casual parties.
Short kurti with midi skirt
Have a midi skirt and are bored of wearing it with your shirt? Then try pairing it with a short kurti and enjoy a cool and comfy style at work.