Fusion Fashion

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Hi Folks!

How are you all doing? It rained a bit here over the weekend; we were already welcoming monsoon, but in vain. Its hotter since the last couple of days! I am loving being at home!

Today’s post of mine is centered on Fusion-wear. Fusion is all around us. Western clothes influenced by Indian (short kurtis adding to top-wear) and Indian-wear is turning western (Saris turning into Gowns)! The essence is that Indian spirit is hidden behind the western look. Fusion is bound to catch up in the era where we have started calling dhoti as pants, kurta a tunic, dupatta has become a stole. Ethnic attire have got a modern feel.

My OOTD is a blend of Indian and western wear. I got these blue, super comfy and stylish Fusion pants from Fusion Beats. They look good with regular tops, shirts, short kurta or even a knee-length tunic. I paired it with a white top with crosia lace detailing. Espadrilles are my shoes for this summer. I simply love walking in them due to comfort and look. I kept my look simple and sober, to give a casual feel. I tied a printed scarf on my quilted, satin bow, navy bag to add a style. How do you like this fusion outfit?

A look at my OOTD:

Fusion Pants 1

Fusion pants 2

Fusion Pants 3

Fusion Pants 4

Fusion pants 5

A look at my shoes and Niraya bag:

Niraya Bag

Espadrilles

Do you wear Fusion attires? And how are you beating the heat? Do let us know in the comments below.

Thanks a lot for reading!

Radhika

::Outfit details::

Bottoms: Fusion Beats, at Fashionara or Jabong. Also see similar pants here and here.

Top: Zara

Accessories: Bag: Naraya, see here and here; Scarf:Accessorize, Watch: Dior: Bracelet: Turkish Evil Eye, see this and this; Sunglasses: Marc Jacobs

Footwear: Tory Burch, also like this and this

 

The creative mind behind this blog, I started Fashionmuses one year back to share my love for all things fashion and beauty. A qualified economist, fashionista in my own mind, a makeup artist in making, I love trying something new everyday!
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