Fusion Wear

  • 06 Apr - 12 Apr, 2024
  • Mag The Weekly
  • Fashion

What Sets It Apart from Other Trends
Fusion wear is unique and versatile, combining traditional elements with modern styles, making it more expressive and personal. It is also adaptable, suitable for various occasions, and cost-effective. Additionally, it often employs environmentally friendly processes and materials, distinguishing it from other fashion trends.

Kurta with jeans
This versatile fusion style pairs a long kurta with jeans for a trendy and adaptable outfit. Lightweight fabrics for the kurta, such as cotton or linen, work well. Accessories like scarves or belts can be added for extra flair.

Drape differently
Eco-fashionistas, all you need is six yards of style to master sustainable fashion. Festive occasions or everyday wear, sari in all its various forms and fabrics is probably the one outfit that suits the ‘one size fits all’ adage to a tee. The millennial styling tweaks such as sari gowns, crop top-sari combo, sari with jeans and more, have made this fashion must-have. With sustainable fashion the need of the hour, the drape you pull off can be a game changer – you can wear it with crop tops, shirts, leggings, petticoats, lehengas…there are so many variations!

Lehenga with crop top
This modern fusion look combines a classic lehenga skirt with a stylish crop top, perfect for parties or special occasions. Lightweight fabrics like silk or chiffon work well for the lehenga and accessorising with statement jewellery complements the outfit.

Sari with sneakers
Pairing sneakers with a traditional sari adds a youthful and informal touch to the attire. Soft fabrics like cotton or linen for the sari create a comfortable look, and additional accessories, such as a belt or scarf, enhance the style.