Heavy embroidery and interwoven rich silk in bright and attractive colours define the partywear ensemble of Indian women. We enjoy wearing beautiful dresses that show off our rich heritage and one of them is anarkalis. From emperor lines to high waistlines, traditional to contemporary, knee-length to short flares and contrast to single colours - you get to pick a salwar according to your body type. Here is a semi-stitched black anarkali salwar with rich golden embroidery that looks regal on anyone who wears it.
Designed using black georgette, this anarkali suit is crafted with antique-gold lace embroidery from the neck to the hip. The intricately woven mehandi-like patterns looks gorgeous on the black georgette. To give a richer look, the handcuffs are also embroidered with lace and the flare is designed with a bright gold appliqué work. This suit is matched with a pair of black pants and a dupatta bordered with golden appliqué.
Unlike many anarkali salwars available in the market, this piece does not come with a defined line. It can be a perfect ensemble for anyone who is tall, short, petite or curvaceous as it shows off your build the best way without being too defined. Its boat neck pattern perfectly complements the symmetrical design.
You can wear this suit for a night party, wedding reception or a get-together. If you are planning to opt for this salwar for a black-tie party, keep your look simple and elegant. Accessorize your look with a pair of subtle antique-gold stone studs and a pair of stilettos which gives you the required height to show off this suit at its best. As far as hairdo goes, you can go for a fishtail side plait to show off the lace embroidery that starts from the neckline.
You can dress up more if you are planning to wear this black anarkali salwar for a wedding reception. Wear this designer salwar with a pair of heavy antique gold earrings to match the colour of the suit's embroidery. Do your hair into an elegant loose bun with subtle hair pins. You can also wear a pair of high heels and carry a co-ordinating golden clutch. If you want to go for a traditional Indian look, wear a round or land black bindhi with bold red or maroon lip colour.