Fusion fashion to try this festive season

Author: Akshi Ranka for TCC Style

It’s time for you to put some thoughts and efforts into conjuring up your wardrobe for the upcoming festive season. Now, as intriguing as the task can be, it can also be tricky to blend in the current trends with your personal style. Moreover, to have the result looking appealing while also satisfying your personal fashion instincts can be hard. Well, not if you have a reliable guide to aid you through this season’s fashion.

Scroll below to make the process fun and smooth.


As authentic as the traditional saree drape looks, the experimenter wouldn’t be satiated until worn a saree with a contemporary twist. These upcoming festive months call for fusion fashion that merges the cultural essence of a drape and the freshness of the current trends. Simply swap your typical saree blouse with a shirt or a crop top to do so!


This is a simple trick but just as effective. Wear your kurta or a kurti without high-slits this year as a dress. Add a pair of jhumkas and modern stilettoes or slip your feet into a pair of mochdis and add western accessories to maintain the fusion balance. A beaded belt or a leather belt to cinch it up can do wonders too!


For a formal festival get-together, the intricacy of a lehenga reflecting in the form of a dress would be surreal. A cinching belt can be added right at the waist or under the bust to add structure to the dress. Alternatively, it can also be donned simply in its original silhouette to create an edgy impression.


If simplicity is what you strive for in your personal fashion then a long skirt should be your resort. Team up a maxi skirt with a choli blouse or a long ethnic skirt with a crop top or a shirt. Throw on a statement jewellery piece off you go!


The chic dash of denim shorts with the beauty of a kurti; adopt this ultimate combination in the coming festival. The look is not only comfortable but also fits with the occasions. Just accessorize well and the outfit is a spectacular choice!


A current trend, dhoti pants in variants of styles, colours and fabrics are reigning the fashion chart. Incorporate the same this season with a crop top or a long tunic/shirt. A long sheer or patterned cape can be donned over the combination too. Add minimal accessories and get experimental if need and wish be!


Image sources: Fashion Industry Network