Western fashion trends inspired by south Asian culture

Due to the uniqueness and elegance of South-Asian culture, the western brands were always able to take something from them, even the trending lawn suits designs, to bring innovation in their fashion industries and throwing out new trends. Many of the brands have been vocal about the source of inspiration which came from the rich South Asian cultures; however, some remained silent about it. Anyway, here we’ll tell you about some of the Western fashion trends inspired by the South Asian culture, no matter if some designers want to keep it their little secret.

Kurta/Kaftan

It wouldn’t have caught our attention if the price tag wouldn’t be of a few thousand dollars. When Gucci introduced its silk kaftan with floral print, it seemed like an everyday kurta that Pakistani ladies wear so commonly, mostly from designer lawn in Pakistan. Why would anyone pay so much, if the similar is easily available in far less price? However, this trend caught the eyes of many in the western world. Celebrities like Gigi Hadid even bought a kurta from a Pakistani brand to wear for Eid celebrations.

Truck Art

The west went obsessed with Pakistani truck art. The bright striking colors and beautiful patterns are always eye-catching. Especially Dolce & Gabbana got extremely inspired by it and launched kitchen appliances to apparel with similar colors and patterns pasted over their collections.

Shalwaar Kameez

The fashion world got flabbergasted as the fashion giant Versace showcased its Spring/Summer collection in 2016, influenced massively by Eastern wear. The models were seen wearing typical shalwar kameez with the blazer and amazed the crowd.

Belted outfits

Whether it’s a Lehenga, Salwar Suit, Salwar Kameez, or even just a plain Kurta, a belt around the waist just embraces it. Several online boutiques are also selling just the belts, so you can be free to mix and match them with all your outfits!

Ruffles

Ruffles are big this season, whether it’s ruffled sleeves on your Salwar Suit or a low-high ruffled look on an Anarkali. Ruffles are also seen on Lehengas, which only proves that ruffles are here to stay!

At krosskulture they celebrate fashion as a positive influence. Their aim is to show that change is possible and encourage those who are on a journey to create a more ethical and sustainable future for fashion.

Krosskulture trust you appreciate wearing them as much they adore making them for you.

Next to krossulture’s store you can see how summer trends will bring a lot to match your wardrobe. Check the catalog of their low cost women’s clothing store here. 2019 will start on a very good foot thanks to some of their clothes.

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