Fallwinter Fashion Trend Layering Designer Indian Clothes

Fallwinter Fashion Trend Layering Designer Indian Clothes

Layering is versatile, inventive and lots of fun. Layering is also a major fashion trend this time of the year. While layering is quite prevalent with Western outfits, it is not that noticeable in Indian fashion. The good news is that its definitely picking up and a lot of Designer Indian Clothes are styled with layering in it. This adds a chic style into an Indian ensemble and saves it from being too conventional.
Relatively a new trend in Indian fashion, it is amazing how layering works well with Indian clothes as well. Designer Indian Kurtis made of sheer fabrics such as net, chiffon, etc look absolutely fabulous when layered with a matching sleeveless camisole underneath. Alternatively, a low cut embroidered Indian Kurti looks striking when paired with a matching or contrast colored camisole or tube top. Layering makes the Indian Kurti much more fun than it already is and imparts a boho chic look thats immensely stylish. Such layered Kurtis look great with a pair of trousers and the shorter Kurtis go well with full length gypsy skirts too. While Indian Designer Kurtis can be layered effortlessly, the other kinds of Indian outfits that can adopt the trend of layering well are Salwar Kameez and Churidar Kameez. Rather than a brand new trend, it could be called a revival of an old retro trend since it was a frequent style spotted with respect to Salwar Kameez and Churidar Suits. Sleeveless Kameez layered with short cropped embroidered jackets featuring full sleeves look gorgeous and keeps warm during the colder months. Similarly this Salwar Kameez layering trend includes the use of short sleeveless bolero style jackets over short sleeved Kameez during Spring/Summer. For a more dramatic effect, a long sheer jacket or embroidered jacket can be paired with a Kameez. With such a combination, its best to stick to skin tight Churidars for the bottom since it looks sleek and stylish.

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