The Anarkali Edit

Inspired by Mughal and Persian culture, the purity and beauty of an Anarkali suit resonate with the women wearing the suits. With variations such as jacket style, cape style, floor-length, and gown styles in Anarkali itself, it is continuing to appeal to the modern ethnic taste.

Look extremely rich and royal with this net embroidered anarkali by Isha Sethi Thirani. This is an interesting silhouette with rich ethnic motifs, making a real delight to wear. Style this outfit with a multistring blue necklace and tie your hair in a sleek ponytail to highlight the outfit.

Look absolutely ravishing like Divyanka Tripathi in this hot pink floor length anarkali by Smriti Apparels. The outfit features heavy gold dabka embroidery on the fall on chanderi fabric. The detachable belt coupled with silhouette, brings in couture fit for you.

A dashing olive green Anarkali with a sheer shoulder is giving a very modern approach to the outfit. This outfit is perfect for bridesmaids for a Mehendi function to stand out with grace and the epitome of style. Accessorize the outfit with crystal earrings and keep your makeup very subtle with a bold lip colour.

A full sleeves black Anarkali with gold embroidery featuring angrakha style is a very elegant piece by Nikasha. Take your styling game up to a notch by pairing heavy chandballis to match the gold detailing of the outfit.

Pick this tuscan sun yellow anarkali in satin crepe fabric with katdana work all over in scallop fashion to look ravishing to you next event. This ensemble is paired with organza dupatta with scallop detailing in the border. Wear this outfit to look traditional yet chic at the same time.

Are you tempted to try these Anarkali already? We’re sure you are! Let us know your favourite outfit from our collection in the comment section below.



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