Like many other things, Indian clothing has also been affected by westernization. However, a significant portion of the public prefers only traditional Indian attire. became popular and is now called ‘Indian-Western’ or ‘Indian-Western fusion’ garments. Indian-Western fusion garments are offered as ‘ing things’ in India and are generally preferred by male, female and children buyers. These garments are becoming more common in Indian culture and are now preferred not only for business attire but also for both formal and casual occasions. We have several designers who specialize in it. As a result, the market is filled with various items of this clothing line.
Indian-Western fusion clothing usually combines Indian motifs with Western-inspired patterns. Another type of fusion prevalent today is the adoption of region-specific Indian ethnic embroidery designs, such as Punjabi phulkari and Rajasthani mirrorwork, in Westernized patterned clothing. However, they may also feature flamboyant embroidery techniques such as Meenakari, Kundan, Resham, and Zardozi. Denim jackets and pants with embroidery and other Indian-inspired decorations are all the rage in India right now. Bridal wear has come a long way and has largely caught up with the trends of Indo-Western fusion fashion. The drape of the Greek-inspired saree has become increasingly popular and Saree blouse designs are becoming more and more westernized. Another example of the fusion of Indian and Western clothing that is becoming acceptable for wedding dresses is the lehenga, which is worn with a halter top. Accessories, especially jewellery, also includes amalgamation of such aspects from Indian and Western civilization. Traditional Indian jewelry is usually slightly westernized for use with fusion clothing. Additionally, large, dangling earrings, beads, and elaborate bracelets are popular in fusion clothing.