Fashion has been evolving in multiple folds and today it is not just restricted to any particular culture or caste of people. Everyone wishes to experiment and adorn what belongs to others. Hindus have started wearing gowns to weddings while foreigners wish to wear a saree to theirs. It’s the basic need of wanting to be different and do something different that drives them towards being acceptable towards other cultures and their styles. Fashion is diverse in style, varying by geography, exposure to modern media, economic conditions, and ranging from expensive haute couture to traditional attires.
Amongst all this, designers have begun to blend styles and silhouettes with colors and embellishments to create a piece which is solely sketched out by them. Fusion in fashion has prevailed since almost two decades now and is growing like a wild fire in a forest. One of the most popular tributary of this fusion is Indo-western.
Just like in fashion all garments, attires and styles were introduced for a purpose, so were Indo-western ensembles invented for a reason. Earlier, garments were invented to fulfill a need. For example, the saree and dhoti were invented at the same time from a piece of cloth by draping the cloth around a human body. While men let the cloth be draped around the lower body only, women chose to cover their lower and upper body with it and hence the difference. However, with gradual modernisation, garments could be stitched with much more greater comfort and hence came in blouses, pants, shirts etc. one after the other over time. Similarly with gowns, earlier they were lose and hung down the shoulders loosely till the calf or ankle, after which they went on to becoming petite with a corset on the upper body and a bounce of meters of fabric in the lower half. From then and when you compare the garment now, with the introduction of indo-western style, designers have inculcated the fusion in fashion in a very diversely unified way.
Indo-western Women’s gowns are called so because they have an Indian touch to the western silhouette. They have Indian motifs like floral ones from the mughal period or embroideries like zardozi and even kundan work. Some gowns have a very classical look with a corset on top and kalis to make it look like a mix of an Anarkali in a gown. Blends and fusions come in various permutations and combinations that can never be put down to a number.
In India, fashion was mainly dominated by the age old silhouettes of sarees, salwars, kurtas and lehengas however over the past few decades, indo western gowns have been also become a major part of the fashion industry. In some cases, they have even replaced the sarees and salwar suits.
At Samyakk we have a collection of indo western gowns that are not only mesmeric but also much diversified in their design. Samyakk’s in house designers design these gowns with utmost care about the needs of customers along with keeping up to date with the current trends and changing mood boards of fashion. Whether you are visiting our store or purchasing online from our website, we assist you from the moment you step in with us, guide you about what will suit you the best keeping in mind your budget and other important requirements. Samyakk believes in delivering service more than sales.
The indo western gowns that you will see at Samyakk store or website are made using high quality fabrics with flawless embroideries. One can wear these gowns at various occasions ranging from weddings to festivals to parties. With the recent introduction of the lehenga style gown, fashion has not only taken an unmissed turn but has also reached its epitome of excellence here at Samyakk.
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