Kids Ethnic Fashion Evolution
For thousands of years women in India have been wearing traditional outfits. Depending upon the region the outfits and the fabric differ but the custom remains same. Even in modern times for important occasions, festivals, marriages and other religious events importance is given to the traditional wear.
To understand the evolution of Ethnic fashion we have to go back in time. The most loved Ethnic wear ‘Anarkali’ is inspired from the Mughal Era were the female courtesan would wear tight chudidar with long Kurti. This outfit makes one look slimming and elegant. ‘Lehenga’ is another ethnic outfit which is a full flared embroidered skirt with a matching blouse and a dupatta. A bride loves to include beautiful sequenced lehengas in their bridal clothes collection.
During the Swadeshi movement in India, Khadi was used on a large scale. Women would wear sarees in the old style. However with time, women started experimenting with fashion and discovered the modern way of draping a saree.
As cosmopolitan culture slowly stared immerging, life became fast. Traditional wear would take time so came in the trend of wearing kurtis and salwars. With time, women started experimenting with this ethnic wear by pairing it with western dresses and making an Indo-western look which looks chic and modern.