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10 South Indian Outfits and Dresses for College Students

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India is a very vast country. It has different cultures and traditions which followed in different states and regions. Some outfit are designed according to that particular area, keeping in mind their environment, climate and which enhance its custom tradition and values.

South Indian culture forms an integral part of Indian culture. It covers the culture and tradition of South Indian States like Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Telangana. College student has to spend the whole day in college, so wear should be comfortable and it should perfectly go with regular college days look also.

Outfit and dresses represent the personality of the person. Somewhere dresses has to affect our overall behaviour and the way of doing our work. According to the social trends and norms, some dresses are designed for particular purposes or occasions and if it is worn on that situation than it fulfils its aim.

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Fashion is that thing which changes according to the circumstances and feelings and thoughts of a person. It is that thing with which we have to deal everyday. Presently there are many types of dress are available in the market.

Here are some South Indian Outfits and Dress for college student :

Here are some outfit for girls:

1. Kurta with jeans :

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It is a essential for every college going girls wardrobe as it gives a decent look and makes you feel comfortable too. You can try different colours which gives you a simple look. You can also try stitching Kurtis from old sarees according to your size. Along with this you just need matching leggings or Plazo or any other bottom wear making you feel comfortable and relaxed.

2. Long frocks :

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It is a beautiful and graceful dress. In Tamil Nadu, Silk Pattu sarees are mainly South Indian sarees with silk texture. It is one of the traditional sarees in India. Long dresses can be made out of old and damaged sarees. It gives a gorgeous and traditional look for college going girls. It is also known as the name of Pattu Pavadai in the South Indian States.

3. Cotton Shirt With Flared Pants :

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It is the latest trend in fashion which gives you a trendy look. It can be paired with light colour shades of cotton shirt giving fancy and pleasant feelings. Girls are more inclined towards fashion trends so started from their dressing attire and the list is however endless. But nowadays boy’s also not lag in fashion style, and they too have a wide variety of clothing line.

4. Long Skirts :

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It is a very well-liked clothing outfit for girls. Its offer a lots of variety, and it is available in different styles and shape. You can get long skirts stitched out of old sarees also. Saree material mostly is suitable for A-line skirts. A contrast coloured plain top is all you need to match with the printed A-line skirt. It gives an lovely look with a comfortable feeling. In Kerala, the long skirts for girls are also known as the name of Kasavu and can be worn on special occasion or festivals.

5. Short kurti with dhoti pants :

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When you want to look completely refreshed during those humid days of summers, go for a loose dhoti salwar with a short kurti. This indo western outfit will make you look comfortable as well as stylish. We have for the college girls perfect examples of Parineeti Chopra and Jhanvi Kapoor
teaming up a flared kurti with a dhoti salwar. Niharika looks cute in her blue kurti and white dhoti pants. Sonakshi Sinha is also looking cool with a short straight printed kurti and plain white dhoti salwar.

Now let’s have a look for the outfit of boy’s also:

1. Graphic T-Shirt, Denim Jacket and Jeans:

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It is a perfect blend of Graphic T-shirt especially suits for college going boys, they can pair it up with a pair of blue/black jeans. Top the things off with a denim jacket, and you are all set to have that combination of style and comfort.

2. Nehru Jacket :

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Nehru Jacket is the most adaptable piece of clothing for guys and when it comes the festive season, it turns out to be your close friend. We believe a gentleman in a Nehru Jacket completed rightly is an assured swoon object. Colour block it with the rest of your collection. Choose the colors wisely but in place of a plain jacket, go for a contrasting-colored Nehru jacket.

3. Basic T-Shirt, Denim Shirt and Jeans :

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Denim is simply perfect for college-going students. One of the popular combinations is the pairing of a plain T-shirt, topped with a denim shirt and with jeans. Denim Shirt is like must-have wardrobe stuff for boys.

4. Shirt with Bandhgala jacket :

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White shirt with black pants and black shoes can be the perfect choice for all those who don’t have time to pan the outfit.
You can also add a bright bandhgala shirt-length jacket with similar bright velvet inside layer. Now you have created an interesting furnish for you to be dressed in while reveling in the merriments.

5. Kurta and Jeans :

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Kurta and jeans is the combination of formal and casual themes.
Short kurta does not require to be tucked in hence making them perfect to be paired up with jeans and can be worn to just about any place and occasion. Long kurta generally makes a better choice for a more formal look.

You can hardly find college going boys who wear traditional dress. Only during a special occasion or festivals, male section of Indian society can be seen in traditional attire, but nowadays dhoti-kurta, Sherwani churidar has become the latest fashion trends which boys can wear at any celebration, events at their colleges also.

The Indian Dhoti is a very traditional and its symbolises the Indian Culture and tradition. In South India, it is worn with an ‘ Angavastram’ that is an unstitched cloth draped over the shoulder in Tamil Nadu and a ‘Chokka’ or ‘Jubba’ in Andhra Pradesh.

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