Sometimes I am envious of women dressed in Indian finery. If you know me well, I love getting a good dossier mix which the bloggers(including me ) have smartly coined as fusion .So what exactly is this fusion we are talking about ? For all I get right now, and where the sartorial pages of fashion take me , I think it's a progressive or rather smart interpretation of east meets west or a path less ordinary . No we are not talking about the silk route but a right balance of standard strata of Indian accents .
There is this cultish contemporary affiliation or status quo when it comes to Indian fashion.
There is a new world where we want to show that we have switched codes enough ,to wear a dhoti with a knotted shirt, saree with jeans, or blouse over a dress etc... and infuse elements in a fin-de-siecle way .
But you know what ? We are not the only ones embracing this trend . Beyonce in Coldplay video, and coachella which happened earlier this month are proof enough that now Indian fusion is not the path less ordinary. It's a pleasing break from the rigid adherence and is fundamentally altering the way we decode the customary form of dressing.
So here I am , wearing a slit skirt, with a long shirt dress both from StalkBuyLove, a dupatta to indulge with the mathapatti, and bangles bought from Bapubazaar Jaipur, and give you suffusion of my character in a form that you would clearly see more in
times to come posts to come.
P.S- I wore this outfit to my friend's Chura ceremony.
Contd- From Part 1 series of Indian Ethnic fusion Fashion. Part 3 coming soon :)
Velma Shirt Dress- Stalk Buy Love
Skirt- Stalk Buy Love