Known for its beautiful design and elegance, the salwar kameez is a popular Indian attire that is adored by women all over the world. It is believed to have originated in Northern Punjab centuries ago - and yet, this particular outfit will never go out of fashion among women simply because of its evolving styles and the way it accentuates those beautiful curves.
The salwar kameez is a combination of three items of clothing: the 'salwar' is the bottom part, which is often also substituted with 'churidhar', a legging-like garment. The 'kameez' is the top section and comes in various designs. With this two-piece set comes a scarf-like article of clothing that is named 'dupatta'. Depending on the design of the salwar-kameez, the dupatta is either a simple addition or a rather colourful ensemble.
Anarkali is a variant of the salwar-kameez that has recently come back in style. This particular attire is tighter around the bust region but loose and flowing below. It is a rather long kameez, often reaching the knees or even the ankles. It has a churidhar at the bottom to go with the loose top. The dupatta is usually worn on one side.
Anarkali suits are famous for the beautiful embroidery work covering the top. This Rukulpreet Singh faux georgette blue anarkali suit is similar to the anarkalis worn by the famous Bollywood actress Rukulpreet Singh in the film Yaariyan. This anarkali has rich embroidery work done in a combination of blue and white on the bust region. It is fitted with a collar-type neckline, the resulting kameez is a perfect combination of tradition and modernity.
Below the bust, the frock-like top flows past the knees in plain georgette blue. To compensate for the decorative top part, there is no needlework in this region. The churidhar bottom is also devoid of embroidery. The long blue sleeves are spotted with white, complete with red bands at the wrists, and the spotted design extends to the back, ending just above the navel.
Paired with blue heels, this anarkali suit would be a gorgeous choice for a family occasion. Picture yourself wearing it and your decision will be made.