What sets apart a grand anarkali suit from a very simple one is the quality and quantity of work done on it. However, you can have a creatively stitched anarkali with lots of material for puffed sleeves (maybe), frills and so on but it may still not be grand because it isn't sparkling or shining like majestic anarkali suits do.
The anarkali-cum-salwar-kameez suit by Ethnic Fire strikes a balance between the two. The brown and red georgette top is really creative, with full sleeves primary in brown but with a lot of embroidery in red. The collar-style neck gives way to further red embroidery work. The body of the top is filled with a lot of work and splits into two, the flaps on either side having a curly border that's a mixture of gold and pink.
Beneath the georgette top we have three sets of thick brown frills that cover most of your body. They end just past your knees to reveal a light shade of brown - a certain creamy color - with pretty embroider of red flowers that are followed by a thin line of brown. At the very end, there's a strip of gold - but not too shiny - and we have the finished top, that ends at your feet. The santoon bottom is well hidden in this long-length anarkali top so you'd definitely need those high heels!
The chiffon dupatta is also a mixture of red and brown to match the body. The almost net-like quality of chiffon fabric makes it suitable for stitching dupattas. Since chiffon is light, it's great for draping it over your head or any way you like.
This georgette red and brown top with the santoon bottom and the chiffon dupatta certainly look great at a wedding party. They're creative and very noticeable and at a wedding, isn't that what you want?