What is different in Indian fashion?



Indian fashion has a new gourmet client these days. The metropolitan Indian. In other words, young men who dress to impress, look good and have a leg up on others.

The days when the only men dressed to kill were movie stars and models are gone.

With a range of outfits for all styles, all occasions and all budgets, Indian men suddenly look hotter.

Rohit Chavda, a 26-year-old stage manager, now has a wardrobe he says he loves to show. Rohit's wardrobe includes a range of clothing ranging from classic suits to sports jackets and sweaters, as well as several traditional outfits such as the achkans, jodhpuris, shewanis and churidar kurtas, in addition to jeans, t-shirts and ordinary cotton pants.

I feel like a business mogul when I wear a suit for an important meeting instead of the ordinary shirt and pants. I feel more confident when I'm well dressed and my clients take me more seriously. And the best part of all this is that clothes now cost a bomb. I can enter a store and buy a stylish suit from the rack without having to pay through the nose.

What about traditional Indian clothing? Rohit replies, When I wear a sherwani at a wedding, I can see the girls looking at me secretly. They think of me as a New Age Indian, modern but proud of his tradition






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