As I said before, the women of Asia Minor – especially the Indian subcontinent – are quite beautiful and a, for we Westerners, great choice for dating and marriage. But, it does raise the question: Western (Pashchimeekrt) or Traditional (Paramparaagat) dress? Which do you prefer?
Simply put, Desi women look good in Western clothes. The beauty standards they grew up in make them fill out Western clothes very well. And, given that most of them that we’d run into are NRI’s, this is how we’re going find the majority of them dressed anyway.
In point of sad fact, many of the younger generations of Desi babes in the West don’t even know how to properly wear a sari – as my wives found out to their surprise when they were held up as examples to some younger Indian girls.
But then we have the traditional clothes of their origin – and the quasi-traditional choli. And I defy any hetero man – and the majority of women – to say that Desi women don’t look absolutely gorgeous in their “native” garb. Saris – with or without cholis, lehengas, and dupattas; they’re all delightful.
This, of course, presents us in the West who want or even prefer Desi women as our mates a bit of a conundrum. Pashchimeekrt or Paramparaagat? Fortunately, this hard choice is, by and large, a false choice. There are times and places for both Western and Traditional dress.
Indeed, the only issue I and my wives have found is that the majority of Paramparaagat women’s clothes available in the West are very ornate and meant for very formal occasions. There’s a dearth of casual, business casual, and semi-formal options available.