Anarkali suits date back to the Mughal era, when beautiful court dancers sported these suits to dance at royal courts. Anarkalis have evolved since then and are considered trend-setters even today. From red-carpet appearance to parties and weddings, these umbrella kameez are the one of the favourite choices of Indian women. Is there an upcoming event or a wedding? Get this floor-length blue anarkali and make an ostentatious entrance!
Made from georgette, chiffon and Shantoon, this ethnic party wear is close-fitting till the hip and flares magnificently from there. Since the materials used are floaty, the suit doesn't stick out in odd angles, and gracefully floats till the floor.
The silver embroidery from the neckline to the upper body perfectly complements the electric blue of this suit. To enhance its rich ethnicity, this suit comes with embroidered full-sleeves that match the design of the top. Adding contrast is its white and red appliqué and piping near the cuffs. Avoiding gaudy designs and huge stonework, this ethnic embroidered anarkali salwar will definitely win points from the fashion police for its rich fabric and unique embroidery.
Since this salwar is designed with heavy embroidery on top, wear minimal accessory. You can wear a simple stone or kundan set and wear a huge earring with forehead jewellery if you are attending a wedding. Wear a cocktail ring and carry a silver clutch to complete your beautiful and elegant look.