Anarkali Suits for women
Legend has it that the Anarkali suit – an iconic example of the grandeur of Indian fashion – was named after a the mythical courtesan of the Mughal court – Anarkali – who committed the folly of losing her heart to crown prince Salim. We do not know if this story is true or not but if you look closely at anarkali suits, you would definitely find a close resemblance to attires worn by courtesans in the early days. Thus, larger-than-life suits with flowing skirts made up of kalis or vertical panels of fabric not only makes one look drop dead gorgeous but also reminds one of the tales of forbidden love.
Bridal anarkali suits are long and flowing, boasting dense and detailed embellishment. This is one outfit that can give the bridal lehengas a run for their popularity. The bodice of anarkali suits are intricately embroidered using gold and silver zari and resham. The kalis showcase complex zardozi work, pearl embroidery, sequin and stone work etc.
We have paired our anarkali suits with ornate dupattas, net capes, embroidered jackets etc. You can pair your anarkali suit with churidar bottoms as well as flared ornate lehenga skirts. In fact, we have introduced anarkali suits which have slits down the middle to expose the flared ornate skirt worn below. This kind of an outfit creates a fashion statement in itself!
Our anarkali suits are floor length and come with gown like flared and pleated fall. Most of them are in muted cool tones or deep neutrals – both of which bring out the intricacy and complexity of the embellishment. As most of these suits come with very heavy embellishment, we suggest that you keep your traditional gold jewellery away and pair these with your diamonds and kundans.
Grand bridal anarkali suits are meant for your trousseau. You can use them in many ways. If you want to wear something more modest than a lehenga, you can go for an anarkali suit for your wedding day. In fact, Muslim and Pakistani brides wear such grand anarkali suits on their wedding day itself. You can also put your finger on a gorgeous anarkali suit for your reception. Some brides don’t want to wear lehengas for the reception party and want something more Indian and ethnic than Indo western gowns. They can definitely go for these stately anarkali suits. Get in touch with us and include your ideas to customize the grand anarkali suit for your wedding trousseau!