Fashion in today’s time plays an important role in our life because it is considered a means of expressing itself. Clothing, accessories, and ornaments help a person to identify a group that follows particular thinking of profession, religion, or lifestyle. Despite being a country of tradition and culture, fashion is very important in India. It shows a person’s personality further enhanced. Thus today the term ‘fashion’ has become commonplace for the entire Indian population. Believe it or not, if you look closely, every person is fashionable in some way.
India is a country of rich culture and tradition. It is divided into five main areas: North, South, East, West, and Central Each region has its own tradition and dressing spirit. Thus, in India, fashion has evolved over the centuries. Where women wear salwar kurta in north India, women wear saris in the south. Western women like to wear blouses and skirts, which are called ‘choli-ghagra’. In Central and Eastern India, women wear saris in different styles. People like to use traditional clothes in different ways and styles as well as following the latest fashion trends, but the good thing is that people are adopting each other’s style and fashion.
The magic of fashion today is climbing the heads of people and it has also become a way of living life. This is a mirror of inner beauty and comfort for the people. We all want to look good and there is a lot more to give us in the fashion world. In this way, we can adapt our own style according to trending and cozy tendencies. People, especially women, are more conscious about fashion and they can be seen using different hairstyles, wearing clothes and watching them continuously.
Fashion never stays stable. Fashion trending keeps changing. Fashion designers combine old styles with innovative new trends and invent innovative fashion. However, it is important that people follow new trends to be fashionable. It is also important that people understand the needs of your body and comfort before adopting any tendency because instead of adhering to the fashion of indiscriminate fashion, know yourself well.
India is rich in textile heritage and has its unique traditional apparel and garments in every part of India. Although traditional clothes are worn in rural areas, people in urban areas prefer to wear traditional clothes with fashion. For example, wearing a traditional ‘kurta’ with fashionable jeans becomes a fashion trend.
It is good to see that the traditional techniques of Indian embroidery form such as Jardosi, Chikhan, Kaval, etc. are being revived by today’s fashion designers and these traditional style fashions are also reaching the international world.