Several people have come up with fancy attire combinations that defy clothing stereotypes. From West Bengal’s Pushpak Sen to Mumbai’s Shivam Bhardwaj, several people have broken down gender stereotypes in clothing.
College students in Maharashtra, on the other hand, had a great time because they were allowed to wear any combination of clothes on Mismatch Day. The youngsters slayed with their combinations as they walked holding each other’s hands, from a towel wrapped around their waist to a beautiful blue skirt paired with a full sleeve t-shirt and jacket.
In a clip shared by Instagram user mayur_esh, the youngsters were seen entering in pairs. With a shawl wrapped around jeans and T-shirt, a young man was walking along with his friend wearing shorts and formal shirts.
The next pair looked joyful as one of them clubbed a pair of sneakers with a mundu and T-shirt while his partner wore a red skirt along with a T-shirt.
Another couple waved to the crowd as a man wore a blue skirt and his partner wore a loose tie over a white T-shirt, black jacket, and denim shorts. The next couple slays it as one of them maintains his cool while wearing a floral printed dress with a black jacket.
Another man walks with a towel wrapped around his waist over jeans and a jacket, as do several other men in skirts. Another couple steals the show as a man flaunts his skirt while making the heart sign with his partner.
“POV:- Mismatch Day…..Smt. CHM College, Ulhasnagar…” read the caption of the clip. Since being shared on February 9, the clip has amassed more than 8.6 lakh views on Instagram.
Netizens were amazed by the students’ dressing sense. A user commented, “I love how open-minded our country is becoming.” Another user wrote, “The way they r holding hands looks so cute.” A third user commented, “That heart sign and dress.”