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Age is just a number, and fashion is not just for the young. However, keeping up with the latest trends is hard though and frequently changing trends makes it a bit difficult to track down which trend is hot and happening and which should be left in the past. However, there are some trends which are ever lasting when it comes to Indian clothing and fashion for all ages.

Fashion for Kids
You know what is the best part about being a kid? No, the best thing is that that they are free to do what they want, but they can wear anything at all and still nail a look. Girls look the most adorable in their beautiful sarees and lenga cholis in weddings. Casual wear for little girls can be kurtis on trousers, or block printed palazzos, but make sure the look is not too gaudy or too sparkly. Young men look irresistible wearing dhoti sherwani, sherwani, or in a salwar kurta which are a bright neon in colors that include black, red, royal blue, and maroon with simple embroidery or thread work on one side. Kids between the ages of 1 till 12 and 13 can go for this look.

Fashion for Teens
Teenagers are wild and innovative. At this stage of life they want to try all kinds of looks. Sometimes they can pull them off very well. For boys should go for the kurtas on jeans look or stick to the whole suit. The colors for the teens vary upon their complexion and the print as well; light and fair skinned lads should go for dark dynamic colors like royal blue, black, blood red, dark violent, bright yellow and orange, whereas dark and handsome lads should go for lighter colors, like khaki, white, pink, baby blue and gray.

Teenage girls tend to try on everything for hours until they find the perfect outfit. They can save a lot of time by going for the kaftan kurtis, designer kurtis, Anarkali suits, and kurtas on jeans. Kaftan kurtis and designer kurtis are very stylish and compliment them well.

Anarkali suits look marvelous on girls, but short ones should be avoided; knee length and long suits look much decent and better, and are available in a variety of colors as well. Girls can wear salwar kurtas just without the salwar on jeans and trousers, and sometimes block printed palazzo too. Just keep in mind not all kurtas are designed for it. Teenagers between the ages of 13 to 20 would do well to adopt this style.

Fashion for Adults
Adults have a keen sense of fashion, but not all of them do. Women who are 20 plus can go for gowns, light embodied sarees and thread work suits as well as the Anarkali suits. The men can go for any look as long as they watch out for the colors that suit them and the style of the clothing. Not all men can pull off boyish styles.