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In a diverse country like India, there are so much to render in terms of silhouettes, embroideries and techniques. Recently the taste of young Indians is strongly desi and party western. Knowing this, the designers of India does a lot of experimentation in order captivate the Indian masses and also to make Indian clothing much admired worldwide. They succeed this through cuts, mishmash of shades and playing with texture and churidars are one such outfit that has a lot of scope for experimentation.
Inspite so many western outfits influencing Indian fashion, ethnic attires like the chudidars continues to remain as a well-liked attire among both women and men in India. Typically, the term “Churidar” is referred to as a fitted bottom, paired often with a tunic-like loose fitted top called the Kurti. But today the name denotes any women’s ensemble that comprises of a churi pant. This outfit was once prevalently worn by the dancers in the Mughal era, with an umbrella like flared top. But today the innovative styles that have been introduced, enhances the physical features of a women and provides an elegant look. Not only for women, but for those men who wish to look traditional, churi bottoms are a perfect addition to long Kurtas and Sherwanis.
Churidar suits have increasingly gained fame and have undergone several variations with the change in time. Influenced by the Bollywood actresses, gradually many young women choose to wear this gorgeous attire for several occasions. They are available in numerous patterns ranging from simple casual wear Churidars to magnificent designer wear Churidars and are exceptionally crafted to harmonize with every woman’s persona and expectations. In addition to it, different styles and cuts incorporated such as the Pakistani style, Anarkali style, Angrakha style etc. that are designed using innovative ideas to give a unique look.
Western designers getting influenced by Indian fashion is no longer a rarity. A few seasons ago, Western ramp walks had churidar inspired innovations in the form of Jodhpurs. A modern appeal that depicts the global Indian today is what chudidar is all about. If it is carried out gracefully, it can speak for our country marvelously.
Visit Cbazaar to know the latest trends in Indian fashion. Get dressed in ethnic outfits purchased at Cbazaar and enjoy people awe struck by your tantalizing look.