Ethnic Wear in Modern Fashion
The elegance and glamour of ethnic wear have adhered since ancient times, and the charm and magnificence of the famous ethnic outfits have always fascinated western culture. Ethnic group members also differentiate themselves from others by using clothing items to symbolize their cultural heritage and show unit solidarity. Additionally, Saree, Salwar Kameez, kaftan, Kurta, kimono, Qipao/Cheongsam, and the Lehenga ethnic dresses are some appealing, graceful, and beautiful ethnic wears. People from different cultures and regions around the world wear their ethnic clothing occasionally, mostly during their cultural festivals. However, business attire has changed outstandingly over the last decade, and this clothing becomes more and more recognized as formal wear in many parts of the world.
Today, few communities are still wearing ethnic wear on a regular basis. As an adult, sometimes, we are led to decision fatigue and feel boring to wear the same outfit every day. Mix and match style help us to build the perfect match and give a different look. Peplum top with Lehenga or Saree, Kurta with shorts, and blazer or Denim shirt with Lehenga give an Indo-western appearance that simply looks beautiful. Realistically, this combination looks exceptionally modern. While Red Qipao or Cheongsam is very popular that symbolizes good fortune, joy and is found everywhere in China during Chinese New Year. For fans, Cheongsam embodies a woman’s modesty, softness, and beauty, which bears unique oriental charm.
In fact, this wear is artwork. The touch and feel of the fabric, decoration, tailoring, design, and color are all done perfectly. Some of the reasons that make ethnic wear significant are that its fashion is evergreen and never go out of trend, it provides a stylish and authentic look, is suitable for all body types, and is a good source of income for fashion retailers.