Change and Knowledge Management
Indian Fashion: changing with time
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| In fact, there is a change in fashion trends, and almost every six months. This has an important role in the fashion industry in India has increased dramatically.| | | |
The present increase in economic growth in India was an important influence on changes in fashion. Consciousness and the average purchasing power have caused a sudden explosion. The input of the computer industry is rapidly changing labor market and culture.| |
Notable is the need to wear comfortable clothes during the long hours led to a change in overall demand for office wear) (which includes casual wear.| |
Popular Indian past was mainly limited to different types Saris and mid-20th century was to see some changes. Production in India is considered by the style in the western Indian fashion. The Indo-Western style is a blend of modernity and tradition. This is a merger of the salwar (which was a modified Kurti) and low average jeans. Another traditional dress of India that women symbolize is Sari. Even if there were many variations of the cuts and patterns Saris, but Such clothes are very similar to the old. Sari usually worn a simple dress of Indian women that is today in favorable circumstances such as weddings and celebrations. It is a ritual of wearing a Sari woman on the day of her marriage. Saris with different types of fabrics and design (in some cases, as with Benarasi) are woven by hand. Some of the most popular types of Indian sarees are Benarasi, Kanjeevaram, Bandhej, Chanderi, Chikan, Hakob, and textiles, Baluchari, Patola, Phulkari and Parsi Saris..| |
Another very popular Indian dress is the salwar. The trend of clothes from the states of Punjab and Kashmir developed. Gradually, the trend has been extended in length and breadth of the country's new style and grace. Many varieties...