Anarkali Suits: Essentially Regal
Be it a Disney-esque floor-length Anarkali gown or an edgy, asymmetric Anarkali Kurta, the ensemble has always evoked a regal aura. Flattering silhouettes, intricate embroidery and classy cuts of this ensemble have always wowed with their exquisiteness and gracefulness.
Over the centuries, the Anarkali Suit has been continuing to embody feminine charm. The outfit’s ability to morph into modern avatars seems to be the reason for the style’s popularity. Considered as one of the most exquisite Indian Ethnic dresses, an Anarkali Suit, has been popular in Indian fashion since the Mughal Emperor Akbar’s rule.
Anarkali Dress is a floor-length, flowy kurta, which is tapered at the waist and flatters just the right curves. Anarkali suits are usually paired with a churidar and dupatta.
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A Peek In History:
The Mughal courtesans used to wear this ensemble, but the beautiful Anarkali, after whom the dress was named, made it popular. Anarkali is remembered still, because of her undying love for Prince Salim, and her style statement. We are carrying an immortal legacy forward, and looks like it will continue for years to come.
The Stunning Anarkali Suits:
We have in our collection some of the most gorgeous looking Designer Anarkali Suits, ranging from printed, embroidered or embellished ones, available in various fabrics like Silk, Net, Satin, Georgette, Velvet and Cotton.
Brides can also add to their trousseau, an intricately designed Anarkali Dress for wedding, made with utmost love and care. The festive and Partywear Anarkalis too will make you look so good, that you will definitely grab some eyeballs whichever occasion you attend.
With their feminine appeal, breezy silhouettes and an enchanting blend of modern and traditional, the regal outfit from the Mughal era don’t seem to fade out soon. Being associated with history, these beauties give a regal look to you too, and complement every body type, making you confident to carry it flawlessly.
PRO TIP: To achieve a quirky look, an Anarkali Suit can also be worn with a pair of Palazzo pants or a long Skirt.