Dressing “Global”

The way we dress says a lot about who we our as people. Being of Indian origin, as long as I can remember people have worn Indian clothes (such as saris & lehengas) in a strictly Indian context. These clothes conveyed a sense of traditionalism, connection to ones roots and family and Indian values.

However, just recently I was on my Instagram explore page when I found a blogger who has completely re-invented what it means to wear Indian clothes. She has modernised it to a level where its new and exciting without losing its traditional touch. Instead of wearing the conventional Indian Blouse, she wore a trendy white off-shoulder top, keeping the Sari ( the pink drape ) very simple.

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Not just her, even the biggest celebrities have gone in and experimented with Indian clothes, adding their own little twist. One for example, was the famous Kim Kardashian.

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All in all, there is movement towards modernising Indian wear and making it more accessable to people all around the world.

 

 

 

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