The blazing fire between traditional and western wear might dates back many years but there are no stories that explained the fire was brought to down. However, with the outcome of the fusion wear, things have been quite changed and it is fusion wear what forged new friendships between the age old rivalries. Alongside, it has immensely enticed the new age fashion fanatics who are on the forefront to take a ride over the cosmopolitan path while without leaving the tradition and culture behind.
Clasping traditional blouses with dhoti pants to changing look of the saree with a pair of trousers and jackets, many experiments have been landed on to the list of the fusion wear and it’s the perfect answer to any family member who says forgetting Indian culture is a sin.
The ivory color or also known as off white may be confined to only some classic silhouettes for now but revving up rage for ivory color in today’s fashion world has stirred a variety of ‘ivory color’ creations to lost in the smoothness of its ethereal sensibility. Many fashion designers believe ivory is great in flaunting the skin tone, moreover it accentuates one’s innate charm and elegance with its light glowy touch.
Treating the royal senses of brides since decades with bridal attire and lace dresses, ivory color is also partaking in the Indian wedding with its pour of richness in the attire of brides and grooms. From lehengas to kurtas, kurtis and Sherwanis its grace is potential enough in crafting any wedding most elite-looking.
In love with the ivory color, renowned designer Rohit Bal created an ivory collection range which he showcased at Indian Couture Week 2014. Designs are aww-inspiring while leaving us the moments of joy to dream with the couture.
Ace designer Manish Malhotra who had his hands on distinct color palettes has not refrained himself to use ivory in his creations. Ivory jacket kurtas, Ivory Sherwanis fused with different works and ivory sarees are some of the eye pleasing attires from the designer one should not miss.
Tarun Tahiliani, one of the greatest designers of India known for his artistic work and uniqueness has also poured life for some timeless classic pieces in ivory color.
Fronting top in the fashion designers list with her relentless efforts towards designing traditional attire, Ritu Kumar got the nerve of ivory color and the best way to weave clothes with its use in major part.
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