So, what’s the new fad today? Yes guys we live in a world where the taste of fashion for everyone changes in days, weeks and then months. Let’s get a step down and see how it was evolved. The Indian fashion industry traces back long ago which includes the textile designing, garment designing etc. In Indian culture, the body is invested with various meanings and reflected in its wealthy sculpt tradition enhancing the body is certainly another way of conveying meaning and personality.
Boiling down to the Indian fashion industry, we have witnessed all the eras of changing fads. It has been the time when Indian fashion industry has undergone with the maximum number of shifts regarding the trends. Though this industry does not only deal with apparels but also accessories and styling have also been one of the most important points that one has take care. Apparels have always won the crown when it comes to fashion. It ranges from skirts to wraparounds going to salwar kameez, sarees and whatever one can imagine. Another change that has come is that today the fashion wear of every region has reached another one partly because of globalisation and partly because of increased fashion merchandising.
The always gorgeous looking Indian saree and so many different ways of drapping it already makes us the only country of having so many native attires. From the navvvari saree of Maharashtra to Mekhla clothing of Assam, all the standard Patiala suit of Punjab to the Kanjeewaram Sarees of Kerala, we have the diversity of it.
Boiling down to the Bollywood era, we have seen the start with sarees, then coming down to the bellbottoms for retro, shararas for weddings, Anarkali suits for royal majestic descriptions. Moving on to the eras of 20st century, having broad headbands of Kajol and Rani Mukherjee to the long kurtis of Deepika Padukone, we have seen that nothing remains constant and how fashion has the capability to make a woman look elegant and graceful as ever.
Recently the fashion trends have exploded exponentially. Defining fashion and making it a fusion of traditional attires with the modern look has been the major switch for the industry. It is the not necessary anymore to bind to the conventional style of clothing. It is not “you-have-to-wear-this” kind of a thing anymore. In today’s era change in fashion is significantly altered due to the expansion of fashion markets, cultural acceptance to fashion change.
Giving a new dimension to fashion and help it escalate media too has played an important role. The media has very aptly helped in the promotion of every new trend growing. It has not only played the role of informing people but also giving them a stage to raise their concern and opinion about a particular fashion trend that is on-going. Many people have their agreements or discomfort about a particular fad that comes into the industry.
However if we minutely observed the fashion trends of the past have soon been seen to recapture the Indian fashion industry. The latest trends of bellbottoms, anarkalis and shararas have seen to be more flooded in the market these days. We have seen the wraparounds being replaced by short skirts, the jackets being replaced by crop tops. But what still remains evident is that this cycle of fashion trends have boiled down again from where it started. Coming down to the hairstyle or accessories have also gone back to the past. The curled up buns, side parting, heavy artificial jewellery have also started to please the eye of the witness again.
Obviously, the cycle when comes to a complete circle will repeat the trends of the past. Moving on to modernisation as we compare how our lives have been changed we often forget to pay attention to the fact how our roots started to develop. We have undoubtedly catered very well to the fast growing technological and economic world, completely forgetting that the seeds once sown can never be replaced or hampered.
The kinds of costumes and accessories worn can be seen to fulfil two criterias: simplicity and opulence. Thus all the history is traced back to its roots. We all have the proud cultural background of being traced back to.
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