Turquoise Net Designer Anarkali Suit

$220

 

Dress Details:

Net Classic Designer Anarkali Suit

Embroidered, lace, resham and zari work.

This product consists of semi stitched top, bottom and dupatta fabric. This can be stitched using the custom tailoring options below.

Fabric – Net
Work –  Embroidery , Semi Stitched

Wash Care – Wash Dry Clean

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Turquoise Net Designer Anarkali Suit
Turquoise Net Designer Anarkali Suit

Turquoise Net Designer Anarkali Suit

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Delivery time Maximum 7 to 8 weeks

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Colour Variations

Slight variation in colour of the dresses might occur or it can be same. This is due to monitor or picture tube variances. The images are taken from the original dress and we will make sure that you receive the exact product as shown on our website. Dyed products might or might not have slight variations due to dyeing processes!

What is Anarkali?

An Anarkali is a form of women’s apparel. These classic Indian Dresses consist of three pieces: a dupatta , slim bottoms and a beautiful frock-style dress. Anarkali suits have always complimented the eternal beauty of Indian women since the Mughal era. Long pleats that flare around the legs like an umbrella were considered the perfect umbrella dresses for grand performances at ceremonies from the 16th to 18th century.

The set of Long Anarkali gown has been divided into three main 3 parts which actually complete it, kurta, salwar, and dupatta. The top piece of cloth is kurta which is a body fitted till the waistline and then goes down the flared adhere till the end. Below the waistline and till the end of the gown These suits showcase large pleats flowing posturing perfect flare to twirl. Bottoms are usually called as ‘churidar’ or salwar.

Turquoise Net Designer Anarkali Suit

The History Behind The Trend
This type of tunic was first seen during the Mughal empire and is named after Anarkali who was a famous courtesan of Emperor Akbar’s throne.The designs are of a varied kind with different materials causing different silhouette.

The word Anarkali literally means the ‘delicate bud of the pomegranate flower/ tree’. This name signifies the qualities of softness, vulnerability, innocence, and beauty associated with the women who wore Anarkalis.

There are many types of Anarkali dress designs available in the market today. After its resurgence into the public eye a few years ago, there has been no dearth of the choices in material and price. They have a huge part in our Indian ethnic wear

The latest designer  come in a wide variety that will leave you puzzled on the way to wear the same. You must decide which suit to buy based on your body type and height. Of you are tall, then you can wear a suit that has lots of flare. Stick to a long one as a shirt one will look strange on a tall person. If you are short and petit, then choose a style that has a V-neck to lengthen the neck and make you look taller. Choose a stitched suit that has a small flare and wear it with high heels for a classy look.

Types of Anarkali Suits :

1 .Cotton

2.Silk

3.Traditional

4.Designer

5.Party Wear Suit

6.Turquoise Net Designer Anarkali Suit

These dresses can give you a subtle but a richer look. You can have the royalty and ethnicity of Anarkali and modern touch. They fall to the floor and you can easily wear them without any churidar and grace every occasion. The beauty of this style speaks for itself and it is going to be an evergreen style as far as fashion is concerned. You can team this with an embellished clutch and by wearing this you can surely bring effortlessly maximum impact on everyone.

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