Drastic Change in Indian Fashion Industry

India is a country with having different religions,customs and culture. Peoples of various tradition and culture live in India and there way of dressing also differ from each other. The taste of fashion is differ among people to people..

After the independence, Indian Fashion Industry change drastically in the style of Indian dressing. Styles of wearing sarees and salwar kameez have changed. Even the blouse customization changes a lot. At early periods, women were used to wear a full sleeves blouse of cotton fabrics with no designing at all. Now a days, different styles of blouses like halter-neck, Lycra fitted blouse, Puffed sleeves blouse, deep neck blouses are running in fashion. Even the length of blouse decreased as per to the average length of blouse.

The main influence of Fashion is due to the evolution of Indian Cinema.Indian Fashion Industry is greatly influence by bollywood films. For Example,”Mumtaj Style Saree” – The sari drapped tightly around the body.

As Far salwar kameez is concerened numerous style and patterns can be given to salwar kameez. Even the style of drapping dupattas has been changes a lot.

Modern Version Of Kameez of Salwar is “Kurti” sometime said as “Kurta” (the long Kurti). It has taken the form of indo-western outfits.Peoples in western coutries too have started wearing Kurtis. It is a comfortable outfit and can be wear on jeans, trouser and also on the capris. It is most familiar and wearable in the youth age group (15-28). The designing in Kurtis are in great fashion this days. The most advance form of kurtis is “Ponchu”.