Anarkalis were traditionally made of cotton, but experimenting with different fabrics led to richer and more glamorous anarkalis. Different suits help in creating different looks. Those who aren't fond of heavy jewellery can always opt for heavy anarkali suits to compensate. These suits would only require simple jewellery to complete the look.
With collared anarkali suits, there's hardly any need for necklaces. With simple, matching earrings, you can steal the show.
People who dislike bangles in general can go with long-sleeved anarkalis that have rich zari along the borders, getting rid of the need for any bracelets or bangles.
These are some of the reasons why anarkalis have enjoyed popularity for a while now. If you don't own your suit yet or can't get enough of them, you should definitely try Urbane Woman's Net Anarkali Suit!
Net anarkali suits come with a plain inner layer, usually made of chiffon, and a netted outer layer. This kind of anarkali suits is generally long-sleeved, so the netted layer is more prominent at the sleeves.
This particular pink anarkali suit is also long-sleeved, ending just above the wrists. It has a thick border of silver zari, followed by a thin band of dark zari and two more strips of silver zari. This border extends to the sleeves too. The top part of the kurti (kameez) has white button-like beads that are enclosed in multicoloured patterns of blue, yellow and more.
The kameez ends just below the knees and the churidhar bottom is in plain pink, as is the case with most anarkali suits. The advantage of this anarkali is that it is neither too grand nor is it too simple. So depending on the occasion, you can opt for either heavy jewellery or none at all.
Paired with silver heels that match the zari and provide a nice contrast against the pink bottom, wear this net anarkali suit to the next party you go to and you will definitely be talked about.