The history of clothing in India dates back to ancient times, yet fashion is a new industry, as it was the traditional Indian clothing with regional variations. Indian ethnic wear has such a deep-rooted history in the Indian culture that you cannot complete any occasion, festivity, or marriage, without an authentic Indian attire. The sari, ghagra choli or dhoti is still in trend.
A common form of Indian fashion originates from Western culture. Fashion includes a series of sequins and gold thread to attract customers and apply a statement to the Indian fashion community. A famous Indian fashion trademark is embroidery, an art of sewing distinct thread patterns. A way to include the traditional look and create a new fashion statement includes embroidery applied to different dresses, skirts, shirts, and pants to reflect the western culture influence as well as include the Indian tradition.
The fusion of Indian and Western attires, known as Indo Western dresses, is quite popular among women as well as men.