Woman’s Designer Indian Indo Western Gown Dresses & Kurtis Styles-2018-infographic-plaza-thumb

The influences of globalization brought revolution in Indian Fashion. The revolution has merged two strong cultures to each other. Sensible Merging of Indian and Western culture is the “Indo Western fusion”. You can say it the “Indian-Western style”. It is the most versatile fashion trend, without sticky rules. That is the cause behind the demand of Indo Western designer dresses for women. More and less the similar story is of Indo western Gown designs.

•    Deep Side Cut Top:
A-Line Kurti type Top With Deep Side Slits Worn Over Floor Touch Skirt, Displaying skirt at Hemline & Between Both Side Slits.

Tip: Contrast Combination is preferable Special Feature: Deep Side Slits Up to Waist Line.

•    Asymmetric Hemline Dress:
Uneven Hemline is very fashionable, girlish and appealing. The sloping hemline falls diagonally from one side to another. This style is suitable for every type of outfit; it may be long or short. This style cut is the favorite one of everyone.

•    Jacket Style Long Skirt Dress:
The jacket style is a fusion of Indian traditional and global fashion. It comes in versatile floating forms; full long to short; jackets (Waistcoat/Kotis). It may come separate (detachable) to wear over or attached to the outfit. It enhances look to rich and royal style by flattering the dress.

•    Sheath Side Slit Straight Gown:
Side slit in a gown/dress/skirt/top can transform the sense and attitude of any garment for sure. Slit in a side seam takes the outfit to a quite different horizon. Addition of side slit is not only for easier walking but modern touch.

•    Pointed Kerchief Hemline Dresses:
A kerchief (handkerchief) style pointed-hem is suitable for everyone. Because of horizontal break up points, it is most suitable for a short legged female. The hemline adorned with simple but artistic piping, lace or thread work. Points may be either two or four.

•    Indo Western Saree Blouse:
Designers have changed the version of traditional saree with its wrapping style & placement of pallu. They replaced t-shirts, pleated or layered shirts, casual sweaters, jumpers & crop top with a blouse. They also inserted sexy shoulder, trendy neck, back, and collar. Replaced skirt with the straight loose pant or palazzo pant for a makeover.

•    Front Long Back Short:
It is a breaking of the traditional symmetrical hemline style. The creation of this 21st century is long front & short back that adds a unique feminine touch. The excess fabric added gives a touch of simplicity with style. We recommend wearing negligible accessories to keep the focus on the unique design.

•    Lehenga With Long Front Slit Top:
This is an exemplary fusion wear style. Long front open top style has replaced the blouse/choli. Contrast-colored front slit top coupled with high waist skirt style lehenga will revamp your look. It is an ideal choice to turn heads at any party.

•    High Front Slit Gauze Pant Dress:
Gauze dress features a very lightweight fabric. Gauze dress with high front slit becomes breezy and keeps the wearer at ease. Avoid this and try the double gaze with two layers, making for a perfect fit if you want to enjoy the chilly day. It is the ultimate option for the summers.

•    Long Gown With Floor Touch Skirt:
The long gown is an everlasting fashion trend. It works perfectly for a pear-shaped body. It comes in many styles like asymmetric, strapless, long trains etc. It is an ideal option to wear at the wedding & a sure thing to make you star of the show.

•    Multi-Layered Gown Dress:
A multi-layered gown is this season’s most fashionable attire. It gives an illusion of different layers, but in fact, mended into a single top. Adds a whole new level of sex appeal making you fall in love with them. It can be often spotted pretty on the runways these days.

Woman’s Designer Indian Indo Western Gown Dresses & Kurtis Styles-2018-infographic-plaza

Source: http://www.designersandyou.com/blog/indo-western-style-for-women

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