Modern Indian Clothes
Modern Indian Clothes today are worn by the present generation and stands much as a result of the influence of the western culture on to the Indian culture and thus the emergence of the modern Indian culture. Today, men and women of the modern India have not stick to the traditional wear and specific of a certain region or state. The population of India has gone to the extent of experimenting with their wardrobe where much of a culmination of the western and the eastern has been observed. The Modern clothing in India comprises of American and European style of dressing mixed with the traditional trend.
Dresses for Women
To start with, sari is the national dress for Indian women and women of todayís India wears it with a difference in the approach as in the use of the blouse or choli, as it is said. A halter neck blouse or a shoulder off is quite frequently worn by the Indian women for parties and glitzy get-together.
Salwar-kameez is another very popular and majorly worn dress by women of India. Today, women wear salwar-kameez with a difference which comes in with the material it is made up of, the cuts and the neck line have set a line of experimentation among the women of India.
Needless to mention, the women of India even go for western formal trousers and shirts, formal skirts.
Dresses for Men
For men, dhoti, as is the traditional wear has been replaced by western outfits like trouser and shirts of various styles, shapes and cuts. Coat, Blazer, ties, trouser and a shirt is often considered a perfect formal outfit, though none of these has its legacy in the traditional eastern wear.
When it comes to informal wear, the men and women alike are much fond of wearing a pair of jeans and a T-shirt. Capris, cargoes are often worn by girls and boys of India, when it comes to a light dressing. As it is observed, the informal dresses really donít have any barriers and specificity for men and women. Same dresses can be worn by both mean and women only with a difference in the cut and the fit.
The modern Indian clothing have been influenced by the nature of work, place and the present scenario where men and women stands on an equal pedestal and proves their identity not by dresses but their approach and outlook towards life.