Hello beautiful people..! Hope you all are enjoying your Sunday ? I am back again with a very different look.. Basically I am not a person who can pull off every and any kind of mix &match, as I said earlier I like to coordinate so for me the biggest challenge is to do something in fusion theme .. And today my post will be all about ‘FUSION TREND’..
‘Fusion’ as the word suggest, means mixing two or more things together which in fashion dictionary means mixing two or more trends together..!
So I choose to mix not only the patterns but even the colours and the styles.. Lets start from the top.! Wearing this white formal shirt with a traditional printed koti so that the colour of the koti pops out over the neutral colour white… And then to give some details in the neckline I choose this statement neck-piece with pom-poms so that it again gives a vibe of fusion ..
Playing with colours and patterns and style is all about fusion.. So mixing the pole aparts i.e a formal shirt with a traditional koti is my take over this (fusion) trend.. Under these I wore a simple long skirt to give it a touch of, not too heavy indo-western outfit but wearable (specially in summers) and comfortable yet fashionable indo-western pick..
The prints on the skirt and the koti are different but they coordinate as the koti has a symmetrical pattern whereas the skirt has different patterns on every plate of it..
Wearing the long skirt high waist-ed and with the little details like pom-poms on the thread of the koti and the neck-piece makes a huge difference in the complete look of your outfit..
Fusion is certainly not my game but trying it out was soo much fun.. You can wear it to a family function or even this Diwali by doing some changes as per your style or you can even do the same… It gives a casual look with boho-ish sneakers underneath AND with the patterns and accessories it gives a vibe of traditional AND at the same time wearing a white formal shirt has made the colours look more vibrant..
Am I wearing sneakers? WHAAT!! Yes guys, I wanted to make it more casual then dresser so I decided to pair it with these deep red sneakers with fringes at the back of the shoe.. These bohomian sneakers to some maybe not coordinate with this look but this is the whole point of fusion .. As we have to mix&match so that it looks put together in the end..
My clutch is also traditional so that it works for different Indian occasions and It goes pretty much with all the patterns and colours in my whole outfit..
Wearing an earnings as maang tikka ( DIY ALERT!!) has worked best to make it look even more traditional.. Making a messy low bun to give an effortless look to this style can again be a very good idea.!
Wearing this whole outfit made me feel alot more confident just like a BOSS when i wore these shades..
And yes lets not forget to talk about the makeup.. My focus was my eyes soo I did smokey eyes with a heavy winked liner for a more night look or for a function look.. and the lipshade is pink-ish red as it matched with the whole outfit idea…
Ending this post by telling you about the location which certainly is a PRESS VALA’S Shop (i.e where the person irons our clothes ).. I hope you can relate and I explained it well 😛
OUTFIT DETAILS :-
White Shirt :- Jabong
Koti :- Jabong
Long Skirt :- Sarojni Nagar
Neck-Piece :- Janpath
Shoes :- Gifted
Clutch :- Connaught Place
Mang Tikka :- Mom’s Earings (diy)
Sunglasses :- C.P
PICTURE CREDIT:- Aman Gupta
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Lots of love and Stay Fashionable !!