Australia officially the Commonwealth of Australia is a sovereign country comprising the mainland of the Australian Content. The modern the clothing in Australia the Aussies (people in Australia) wear t-shirts, tank tops, shorts, denim, dresses, cardigans, skinny jeans, leggings, beanie, hard scarfs, etc. Australian local dressing style is very different from Australia’s Fashion. Their dressing style is been influenced by the experience of living in a rugged country as well as modern leisure activities such as swimming, surfing, and beach culture. As the climate in Australia is quite sunny, today even the lifesavers wear long sleeves tops or wetsuits and sun hats, surfboard shorts, singlets, colorful shirts, and thongs have now become a part of their national dress code by both men and women. Women fashion statement is influenced by various countries, like loose-fitting sarong from Indonesia, sulu from Fiji Island etc.
Traditional Dressing Style
During the colonial period, the Australians preferred strong cotton drill or khaki pants, worsted wool coats, oilskin coats, rabbit fur hats elastic-sided boots. Brightly colored print shirts inspired by the pacific island have had into the traditional clothing of Australia.
Indian in Australia
Quite a small number of Indians do reside in Australia. While they follow the local clothing/dressing style of Australia the NRI also wear traditional Indian Outfits during Indian festivals and on Wedding Occasions. Dresses like Sarees, lehengas, Anarkali, shararas, Palazzo, Dhoti suits, are some most loved Indian outfits.
Indian Brides in Australia.
Indian brides staying in Australia having their weddings in as per Traditional Indian culture, wears Indian Bridal Lehenga on their wedding day, a Mehendi lehenga on their Mehendi ceremony and an engagement salwar Kameez or saree on their engagement day. Likewise, the bridesmaid’s wears Indian Style Bridesmaid lehenga. While the mothers wear wedding sarees, Wedding Salwar Kameez.