This unstitched long anarkali salwar kameez suit is an outfit you can wear in two different ways. The long-sleeved velvet top can be worn either with a skirt, or as a salwar kameez suit. It is great, because the top is rather stunning, and having more ways to show it off will be spectacular.
The top is made of rich, midnight black velvet, and has long sleeves. It is intricately decorated along the full length of the sleeves, with a gorgeous swirling pattern of embroidery in a silvery colour-tone. The same colours are used in the extremely fine needlework along the full front of the top. Richly decorated around the neck, the design descends all the way to the bottom, flanking the placket perfectly symmetrically. The design seems inspired by traditional paisley motifs (also described as mangos, since the shape seems like a curved tear-drop) these begin at the top of the shirt quite small, and grow larger as they descend. The white-grey designs on inky black make it look like the shirt was made out of a piece of the night sky.
Paired with the light, fluffy, gray chiffon skirt, you have a most eye-catching outfit, to which you can add the duppata or not based on personal preference. The grey skirt is much simpler in comparison, drawing the eye upward towards the delicately worked shirt. If you choose to pair the top with a salwar and dupatta instead, it is transformed into a gorgeous salwar kameez suit. Both outfits look amazing, so you can pick which way to wear it at each event that you attend wearing this beautiful outfit.