Wednesday, 11 September 2019

6 Latest Indo-Western Fashion Trends you can't afford to miss this Festive Season


If you are like me who looks for a perfect amalgamation of latest fashion and comfort to flaunt yourself impeccably on most occasions, then this post is for you. Heavy sarees and traditional suits are mostly not for me as I can’t carry the weight, I instead prefer Indo-western fusion to nail a look to perfection,, topped by minimal yet classy jewellery pieces and other meticulously chosen accessories. Luckily that’s the current fashion trend as well where less is best. Thus in this post, I bring to you the six latest trends in the festive wear category, if Indo-Western fusion is what you love. I am short and plump but all the below six picks will look good on people of all body types.

1.A Satin One Piece Full length Bodycon with matching Shrug: Such an outfit can be flaunted on special occasions both personally and professionally, the subtle colour and the comfort can catch a lot of eyeballs and make you the talk of the town in a very positive way. I find such dresses very feminine, very soothing and absolutely gorgeous to flaunt.  Add heels and a clutch to complete the look. This one is from W for Women. 


2. A Spagetti Strap long party gown with a net Shrug: If you are not averse to little golden or shimmery work on your outfit, then this is the most gorgeous festive wear. The net shrug with gold drops adds further oomph to the outfit. You can style this dress with a net dupatta too if you want to style it differently than with a shrug. It makes you look very fresh and pretty no matter what the occasion is. Accessorise it with copper jewellery and a satchel bag. This one is from Shopper’s Stop.


3. A Sleeveless one piece with a belt at waist and minimal work: If you wish to flaunt a very bright colour like yellow which is the colour of some festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi, go for a sleeveless long dress with belt and minimal self work so that it does not look extra bright. The colour itself will make you glow and will add to your joy and happiness. You can pair it with floral earrings if you wish or light jewellery. A side multicoloured dupatta will also work wonders. I grabbed this one from Global Desi. 


4. A High Neck One-peice Skirt and long Top Dress: The writer in me chose this attire and I loved it at first glance. If you prefer the sober and less flashy look and at the same time look gorgeously different, then these dresses from House of Indya are awesome to look out for. They are also ideal for an award show or our book launches etc. Pearl Jewellery and a watch are the best accessories to pair with it.This blue and pink outfit turned out to be a gorgeous combination for me.


5. A One Piece Saree with a Belt: If you can’t carry the long sari or don’t know how to tie it like me, this one piece classic outfit can serve you the best, looks super elegant and is ideal for all sorts of occasions. Simple and beautiful this one’s from Haute Curry. 


6. A Multi-Purpose Party Gown with a chequered Dupatta: Last but not the least, are my all time favourite silk party gowns which I pair with chequered dupattas for festivals and go without them otherwise. A multicoloured waist coat can also be swapped with the recommended dupatta. A modern designer head gear and long danglers will give you a lovely vibe at whatever event you choose to flaunt these. This one's from Trishaa, Pantaloons.


These were some one my favourite one piece Indo western trends popular currently. Do let me know if you like them or they struck a chord and I would surely love to share my other insights on fashion, a genre I have written the least about 😊. Also, will love to know which one of the above you loved the most.

Truly Yours Roma

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