Ethnic Fashion Trends for 2022
Indian Ethnic wear this season is taking a modern flair, though the traditional designs and work remain constant. We are looking at new ways of wearing the much-loved traditional wear, Indian patterns, and design. For festivals and celebrations, Indian wear continues to be the fashion choice. Even for parties, soirees and brunches, Indo-western wear is trending.
Here are a few Ethnic fashion trends for 2022 that we have picked out for you
Salwar suits, Anarkali kurtas, saree, and lehenga continue to be the ethnic wear of choice. However, designers have added a modern flair to these articles of clothing – there is an exquisite selection of materials, designs, styles and much more.
Sarees with a flair
The contemporary woman’s contemporary saree collection must have a satin saree for an evening out. Among more youthful edits of the traditional saree is the pre-draped dhoti saree which is a hot choice for the wedding season. The classic saree can be given a classier touché with a cape, tiered ruffles, or a sheer jacket.
Palazzos and pants
Palazzos and pants are versatile additions to the Indian ethnic wear with which Kurtis of all lengths and styles go well. You can pair the palazzo with a blouse, crop Kurti, short kurta, full-length kurta, Anarkali kurta and so much more. It can be paired in contrasting colours, with or without dupattas, and in a variety of materials.
Twirl the Anarkali
The evergreen Anarkalis with elegant embroideries and exquisite prints, as a dress or as a kurta worn with bottoms continue to sway the Indian ethnic wear lovers. The floor-length Anarkalis in a variety of contemporary materials, designs and prints are also making waves as an easy-breezy fashion alternative.
The A-line Kurtis, in traditional ethnic prints and light modern prints, are a choice for special occasions and casual wear. They can be worn with dhoti pants, cigarette pants or palazzos.
Magic of chiffon and georgette
These materials continue to be spun into mesmerising outfits that can be worn for every occasion. With beautiful prints, embroideries, rich texture and eight, they are a fashionista’s favourite. You can wear them for minimalist fashion or as an elegant outfit with heavy designs, the material goes with everything.
The traditional motifs, fine Indian designs, and materials such as raw silk, chanderi, khadi and Gotha are reigning in the ethnic Indian fashion market. You can check out the latest fashion choices in ethnic Indian wear by contemporary designers at Amara. Visit our next exhibition to pick the season’s best.