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Fusion wear for Festive Season- Latest Fashion Trend 2013

October 22, 2013 8:47 am Published by 3 Comments
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Now give new flavor to your traditional and modern dresses. Latest trend 2013 brings Fusion wear for Festive Season

Bored of donning the typical traditional saris and salwars? With designers adopting Indo-western styles in their fashion lines, we present the hottest fusion ensembles you can sport this festive season.

Only few days are left for Diwali and Wedding season is just round the corner.  So Raise your style stakes with these hot fashion trends. Fashion goes on changing with time and the same old fashions are repeated again and again by adding or mixing hues with each other. Indian ladies have become more conscious regarding their looks. For any parties the first preference is to wear ethnic wear with the touch of modernity.fusion wear for women

Fusion means tantalizing taste of our eastern culture with modern western influences. Fusion wear not only features elegance but also enhances traditional urbanity. Fusion is the process or result of joining two or more things together to form a single entity.

You can try Mughlai look with indian traditional outfits or can go with many options of angrakaha or dhoti- salwar as latest fashion trend.anrakha pattern dress

Now lets know about new flavours in fusion wear for festive seasons

Indian tradition with mughlai look

Dating back to the era of the Mughals – This is for those who want classic chic taste. This pattern is very hot in bridal wear. In this collection is designed according to mughal era. Every outfit and jewellery reflects the charm of ethnic period. After the popularity of serial “jodha Akbar” , now designers are including this mughlai look in this collection as latest fashion trend. Now It’s safe to say that Indian wear is now chic, covetable.mughal lehnga fusion wear

Designers are using traditional colours like turmeric yellow, kumkum red, and lime green in a beautiful way to give it traditional look.  and for modern touch they are adding frills and layers in it. For ethnic and mughal look Indian jewellery such as kundan or polki are great options to complete your look.

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