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					  Fashion Trends in India from Traditional to Modern 2010

 Fashion in India covers a whole range of clothing from Ornate clothes designed for
  wedding ceremonies to prêt lines, sports wear and casual wear. Traditional Indian
  techniques of embroidery such as Chikhan, Crewel and Zardosi, and traditional weaves
  and fabrics have been used by Indian designers to create Indo-western clothing in a fusion
  of the best of East and West and this has always been a trend in the Fashion Industry.

 Chikan                                  Crewel Jacket         Zardosi Embroidery Fabric

 Traditional costumes in India vary widely depending on the climate and natural fibres
  grown in a region. In the cold northern state of Jammu and Kashmir, people always choose
  to wear a thick loose shirt, the latest Trend in clothing in the North is called a Phiran to
  keep them warm.

                                        Kashmiri Phiran

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 In the tropical warmth of south India the latest fashion trend is the Sarong like garment
  called the Mundu, while women drape 5 meters of cloth around their bodies in the
  graceful folds of the saree.

                                   Mundu- Specialty of Kerela

 The latest fashion trend in Sarees are woven in silk, cotton and artificial fibres. Kanjivaram,
  Mysore, Paithani, Pochampalli, Jamdani, Balucheri, Banarasi, Sambalpuri, Bandhini are
  some varieties of beautiful sarees from different regions of India which is in fashion now.

 Kanjivaram Saree              Banarasi Saree                 Paithani Saree

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 In the dry regions of Rajasthan and Gujarat men wrap and twist a length of cloth in the
  form of a dhoti around their lower limbs and a shirt-like Kurta above. Colorful turbans
  complete the picture, Cotton embroidery Kurtas are the latest fashion trends in India.

                                        Cotton embroidery Kurtas

 In the coming year 2010, blue is the color to look out for. Blue dresses, blue jeans, blue t-
  shirts - anything will do. Just make sure to pair it with bright colors like orange, yellow and
  red. Indians are getting more and more accustomed to the Western Culture, but still
  majority of Indians follow Indian Culture.

                             Indian Dresses predicted for 2010 – Blue Dresses

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 Multi-colored 'Maxi dress' is another teen trend that is going to be popular in the coming
  years specially in 2010. As for the prints, apart from floral, you can go for unusual
  geometrical patterns.

               Multi Colored Maxi’s is forecasted to be the Fashion Trend in 2010

 Talking about embellishments, Sequins Dresses are going to rule the roost in 2010. Short
  dresses, adorned with a lot of sequins and combined with suede ankle boots, Indians are
  taking keen interest towards western culture.

                                           Sequin dresses

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 There was a time when accessories used to be reserved for that 'special look'. Now, they
  form a part of your everyday wear. Belts, chains and scarves, along with chunky earrings
  and bracelets, will dominate the fashion world of 2010.

                                      Indian Navajo Belt

               Some Earring Designs forecasted to be in fashion in 2010 in India

 Flat shoes are seen in 2009 and are predicted to be seen even in 2010. Patterned slip-ons,
  strappy sandals or ballet shoes, the choice is the choice currently of Youngsters.
  Comfortable and stylish canvas flats are also something to look out for.

           Flat Canvas Shoes Fashion Trend are in fashion and is also Predictions for 2010
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                    Flat Fashion shoes and Sandals will be a Trend in 2010 in India

                                                          Thai Trade Center, Mumbai.
                                                          Ashwyn Fernandes
                                                          Trade officer.

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