Bollywood fashion goes West

The west has always influence cinema in India. Now the western attire is harnessing the designs of Bollywood fashion into their clothing.

Bollywood fashion goes West

Worn by all ages this relaxed style of clothing has been a major hit

Bollywood has influenced fashion trends especially in the eastern dress sense but now after two decades, there is the shift of Bollywood fashion to the West.

The huge craze about tunics also known as kurtas is one example.

Worn by all ages this relaxed style of clothing has been a major hit. Seen frequently worn with jeans. TIME and MSN are all supportive of the hot ethnic trend of clothing primarily influenced by Bollywood fashion.

Bollywood styles harness free flowing fabrics, captivating designs and offer comfort fitting outfits.

Bollywood fashion has been adopted by the West openly and ethnic styles are appearing more and more designs produced by non-ethnic designers.

The fashion of Bollywood is bound to attract designers in the west to use influences from South Asia into their designs. There are many designers who adore the rich colours and fabrics from the East.

Fusion of both fashions is a great way where Indian fabrics are being incorporated into chic and smart dress western dress sense.

For example, a rustic Khadi kurta with cigarette trousers can create a look that is very striking, to say the least.

This trend is raging among the fashion conscious and it is creating its own unique fashion statement for both men and women alike.

When mixing the east with the west brings the best of both worlds. Essentially, it is the use of ethnic Indian and the modern western touch.

Therefore, it is likely that Bollywood will pave the way for catwalks to display a touch of Bollywood in their shows in the future and more and more fashion statements will be made with this unique and different look.

Nazhat is an ambitious 'Desi' woman with interests in news and lifestyle. As a writer with a determined journalistic flair, she firmly believes in the motto "an investment in knowledge pays the best interest," by Benjamin Franklin.