The history of the leggings can be traced to the Mughul court. Initially it was worn with angharkhas, by both women and men and soon became one of the essentials of traditional Indian dressing. Over the years fashions have changed, but the churidar has remained constant; even though the combinations have been through quite a bit of experimentation. From kurtas to kurtis and even T-shirts, the tops never stayed the same for long. Today, though, it is a different story. As Indian crafts and traditional fabrics increasingly make their way into the designs of even biggies of the fashion scene, kurtas and kurtis are everywhere, but where is the steadfast churidar?
The churidar seems to be fading from view. In its place, everywhere you look there are churidar-style leggings. These leggings are made of lycra and come in varied hues and styles. Girls are going for these leggings because they are cheap and convenient. Leggings come in every color, prints and are available starting from just 100 rupees. They are easy to use. There’s no need to make repeated trips to the tailor because the material is stretchable and does not require any fitting. Plus you can just wash and wear it, they don't require much ironing.
Fashion has touched every sphere of modern youth from all over the world. Fashion can be defined as a statement a place, a class, a time, a religion, a culture, and even a nation. It is also a conventional form of expression that defines a person. It signifies a trend which is mostly popular among youngsters, college students, celebrities, models, superstar etc. Rising interest of styles and trends among the youth is encouraging people to wear more stylish clothes.
Thousands of students enter Delhi University every year and introduce fresh styles. Though there isn’t any defined protocol and style for a DU student, certain generalizations can be made. For example, Lady Shri Ram College (LSR) is identified by the...