Dhoti is a traditional Indian garment that was originally meant to be worn by men. But, lately with changing time, it is the women who are generating a rage for it.
The traditional Indian style dhoti is being invigorated by many Indian designers in contemporary form. In Bollywood, it is quite common to see celebrities giving a new avatar to dhoti, as dhoti pants. Dhotis are modified a little bit and they are ready as a piece of style statement.
Dhotis are a traditional Indian silhouette and with a little bit of mixing and matching one can get wide variety from this garment. It can be enhanced with the tops and accessories. Opposing to the common perception, dhotis are not shape-appropriate. And most of the times come in one size fits all sizes. At the waist, dhotis can be teamed up with a belt.
Dhotis are replacing the jeans and leggings of the youth. Even a short top can be teamed with a dhoti. Being comfortable and giving that relaxed look dhoti is travel-friendly and looks great on flat chappals, mojaris, ballerinas, heels, gladiators, crocks and even regular slip-ons.