Getting Up Close And Personal With Anarkali Suits
Anarkali suits radiate the cultural essence of Indians and Pakistanis. Originating from the Mughal era, these beautiful flowy dresses were known to be the sign of elegance and extravagance among the emperors. The vertical textures and long draping frocks bring out the flattering aspect of any figure and add in the air of femininity to it. Usually this top is tight from the chest to the waist and from waist down its flairs come out beautifully. Girls like wearing long as well as short anarkali dresses and they go with tight churridars.
Despite the fact that this style has been in for decades and decades, it has not ceased to fall out of fashion and women still love wearing them the way they did before. It has become one of the most vital parts of any formal occasion for all the ladies as they all love the beautiful work of sequence and embellishments that these dresses come with. From delicate semi-formal thread works to expensive and heavy work, these anarkali dresses come in just with a lot of great variations.
Since these dresses use a lot of cloth for the pleats, they can become a bit heavy but if the right material for the base is used, the proper beauty and flow comes out. Many anarkali suits have full embroidery on them while others have delicate designs around the neck and sleeves. Also the sleeves are of kinds, they can either be very long and fitted known as ‘churidar sleeves’ while others can be short.
For bridal wears, anarkali dresses have more heavy work on them like zari which has gold plated wires and heavy stones on them. As far as simpler ones are concerned, they have the same flow but the base material would be less expensive and lavish. These dresses are fitted but they are amazingly comfortable to wear. Even in summers they do not cling on to the body and give out the perfect look. Many actresses also wear anarkali suits in red carpets and formal events to portray their attachment to this traditional style of theirs.