Brought in fashion in the Mughal era, Anarkali salwar kameez is in trend even in this digital age!
How did Anarkali get its name?
Anarkali was a court dancer of the Mughal Emperor Akbar. Beautiful, gracious and talented, the “slave girl” Anarkali soon danced through the heart of the prince, Jahangir and a romance grew. Like almost every other love story, it soon came to an end. Akbar buried the girl alive and she became history.
The life of Anarkali had enough drama to be made into movies. Films like “Mughal-E-Azam” , which is considered an epic in Indian Cinema, glorified her character and portrayed her grace and elegance through Madhubala, the classic beauty of the industry. The gracefulness of Anarkali suits reached the masses through these movies. The recent trend of Anarkali salwar has been sparked by Aishwarya Rai, followed by the other Bollywood beauties, who showed a distinct preference for them, as ethnic wear.
The versatility of the dress has also made it so popular worldwide. The right choice of material, embellishments, and design can give it a casual look for regular wear or a dazzling look worthy to be worn at a wedding!
Anarkali suit has approached fashionistas’ of this genre in a most traditional and elegant way to expose their fashion statement. It exhibits an excellent neckline and fits on the bust. It is a boon for those who are on fuller frame as it hides the extra flabs on abdominal part and gives a slimmer look.
This Anarkali suits have been designed with zari and patch border work. It forms a unique combination with blue faux chiffon dupatta and pink taffeta churidar. Taffeta fabric has been used as a kameez lining. The apparel is available in kameez and sleeve length in 48 and 21 inches. There can be a slight variation in color, jacquard design and patch border work.
The range is wide and the choices are endless. Anarkali suits online shopping has made it easier for you to browse through an infinite collection of this beautiful ethnic attire to make you look and feel royal!