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March 23, 2022

Top 10 Latest Trends of Indian Fashion for Women

The Indian fashion scene is blessed with diverse dress styles and designs that choosing what you want can easily become a challenge for anyone. But what else can we expect from a country with almost a billion and half in population?

Indian Women Dress in Green

Indian Women Dress in Green

That diversity of people and culture is well-represented in the fashion scene. For anyone looking for the latest trends of Indian dresses, however, we’ve compiled this trend guide to help you make the best decisions when trying to stock up your wardrobe the Desi way!

1. Belts on the dress

Belted sarees, lehengas, and gowns are winning hearts across India.

Belts started gaining huge popularity among Indian women sometime around 2016. And up till now, we still can’t get enough of them when they adorn our sarees and Anarkali suits. Adorning your outfit with a belt is sure to help you exude this air of sophistication and class. Whether it’s a simple metallic belt, a beautifully embroidered one, or one that has been directly stitched into your dress, you’re most likely going to like this!

2. Eye-catching neon colors

Neon shades are the rage these days.

They’re the perfect hues for when summer knocks and can be the ultimate element to help you make a flamboyant and colorful fashion statement the next time you’re out.

The Indian fashion scene has always been bright and flashy so most people will have no issue with neon colors. These dresses will help you stand out anywhere, whether you’re in your saree, lehenga, or simply your Kurtis.

3. Built-in dupatta

We love the fact that many of our new generation fashion designers are giving our old styles and designs a modern touch. One of the results of such creativity is the fact that some dresses now come with dupattas pre-draped on them.

You need to see one of these dresses to really understand just how beautiful they can be. Dresses like this usually have fabric attached to them to give off the illusion of a dupatta. They are chic and as modern as our dresses can be.

4. Draped dresses

We’ve been seeing some dresses lately where the fabric is not just stitched to the dress but also styled to look like they were draped, often with pleats. From lehenga cholis with draped dupattas to sarees, gowns, kurtas, and more, you’ll always find dresses like these that aim to make styling as easy as possible for you.

5. The sharara revival

Salwar suits and sarees will always be in vogue, but sharara dresses are owning the season right now, and effortlessly, too.

A Sharara Style Salwar Suit

A Sharara Style Salwar Suit

For this latest trend of Indian sharara dresses, we’ve seen different styles and designs from intricately embellished sharara to casual dresses for everyday wear. It’s more about what you need and we guarantee you’ll always find one that suits your style needs.

6. Luxe pajamas

From cotton to muslin and different kinds of fabric, pajamas designed to give off an air of luxury and sophistication are some of the dresses of the year for anyone looking to rock something trendy. These dresses are still as simple as they come, often looking casual, perfect for remote workers in this age where most of us are now working from home.

7. Blazered lehenga

They say power dressing is dressing to reflect your strength and confidence. So, if you’re looking to do this the Indian way, the blazered lehenga choli trend is by far the closest we’ve seen.

A Heavy Lehenga Choli Design

A Heavy Lehenga Choli Design

Up till now, the normal style has been to pair your lehenga with your choli. But now, adding a blazer as your top can easily help change the style dynamics of your lehenga. This is one of the latest trends of Indian dresses and it’s quite the deal if you’re trying to make a power statement with your choice of outfit. 

8. Applique surface work

Applique surface work helps give texture and dimension to the underlying fabric.

This combo of  thread and needlework requires great attention to detail and usually requires extra work compared to most others. But then, they’re also very cute and are guaranteed to earn you stares at cocktails and balls. From saree pallus to cholis and lehenga skirts, among others, applique has gotten so popular these days, all thanks to their effortlessly chic and cute appearance.

9. Capes on the dress

The cape as one of the latest trends of Indian dresses is more a Western take on Indian fashion - but boy are they beautiful. More and more designs of these capes on dresses have continued to grace magazine pages and TV screens.

We’ve seen everything from crop top cape jackets on sarees to the floor-length cape on Anarkalis at weddings. The food thing is that the cape can go with different types of dresses if you’re keen to experiment with this trend. 

10. Saree and denim? Why not!

Still not done with giving Indian fashion a Western spin, our young fashionistas have started rocking denim pants with sarees and we never thought anything could look as cute as these.

We’ve seen everything from our girls pairing denim with their favorite ethnic wear to donning a denim jacket on their kurta, and even throwing a dupatta somewhere into this mix. You can also try this somehow. You probably will like it too!

Saree Design with Embroidery

Saree Design with Embroidery

The Indian fashion scene is rapidly evolving and so fashion choices are always changing now and then. So there are as many as possible trends you can jump on at any moment. The above-listed dress ideas are some of the latest trends of Indian dresses currently. So, if you want to rock something stylish and trendy, you won’t go wrong with any of these.

Again, you can also still rest assured that most of these will still look as stylish and as fashionable regardless of whether or not they’re the rave of the moment. So, if you’ve been waiting for that moment to go on a shopping spree for your ultimate Indian dresses, you’d better believe that you’ll be better off with some or all of these!



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