Anarkali Suits or Anarkali dresses are one of the styles of the women’s dresses. The Anarkali suit is an elegant dress style made up of a long, frock-style top and features a slim fitted ’legging’ worn as a pant. Anarkali suits are worn by women in India and South Asian countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh etc. In the last few years shoppers around the world have contributed to the popularity of Anarkali dresses as a must-have in the wardrobe. Now women from USA, Canada, UK, Singapore and Middle East are shopping for Anarkali dress online.. Anarkali dresses are great for special occasions i.e. Indian wedding, Engagements or Sagai ceremony, Mehndi ceremony and Chunni ceremony etc., and festivals such as Diwali and Eid etc.
The top half of an Anarkali suit is designed as a body-fitted tunic or kurta that gradually transforms into a gracefully flared skirt below the waistline. The skirt carries large pleats called kalis that allow the formation of an umbrella-style hem ending below the calf. The’ legging’ of the Anarkali suit is called “Churidar”. That’s why these suits are also called Anarkali Churidar.
Many variations in Anarkali Suits have been made in styles and patterns including length (short or long), types of work (Embroidery work, Patch work, Floral work, Lace work, Bead work) from time to time.
Floor length Anarkali Suit or long Anarkali: Floor length Anarkali are very popular these days. In these types of Anarkali suits or dresses top part is long sometime touching the floor.
Designer Anarkali Suits: Latest Anarkali suits that are designed by famous designers i.e. Manish Malhotra, Neeta Lulla, Ritu Kumar Sabyasachi and Tarun Tahiliani are hot dresses these days.
These Anarkali dress price range is from USD 100 to thousands of dollars. Anarkali dress online shopping can be done from many trustworthy websites.
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Anarkali suits owe their name to the fictional Anarkali, a courtesan in the court of Mughal emperor Akbar who was legendarily murdered for her illicit relationship with the Crown Prince Salim, who would later become the Emperor Jahangir.