Think anarkali suits are done to death and out of fashion? It’s true that anarkali suits have been a part of designer Asian clothes in the UK for quite some time now but they continue to evolve in new styles and designs. Here are some of the latest anarkali styles to consider for casual and formal occasions.
Floor Length Anarkalis The anarkali suit has a special allure -the flare and royal touch of this traditional attire is too good to ignore. Asian apparel stores offering creations of Indian fashion designers in London are going out all out to source the latest Anarkali styles and designs from India and Pakistan. When it comes to formal occasions like weddings, floor length anarkali dresses rule the roost. When featuring intricate embroidery and lavish silk fabric, they make perfect wedding outfits.
Lehenga Style Anarkalis A recent trend is to pair an anarkali kurta with a lengha to create a gorgeous wedding look. lengha style anarkalis are fresh, new and make the wearer look absolutely gorgeous – no wonder Asian apparel stores offering outfits by leading Indian fashion designers in London keep plentiful stocks of these items to satisfy customer needs in the UK. Kurtas of lengha style anarkalis are not floor reaching, instead the kurta is shorter and stops a little below the knee. Available in rich colours and with exquisite embellishments, lehenga style anarkalis are great for wedding related festivities.
Printed Anarkali Dresses If you’re not interested in heavily embroidered anarkali suits, Asian apparel stores offering designer Asian clothes in the UK have numerous alternate options. Printed anarkali dresses are on trend and work very well for casual occasions. They are subtle, light and beautiful and come in a variety of prints including florals and abstracts. If you’re looking for a chic anarkali dress to wear for a meeting with friends or a day out shopping, try printed ones for a vibrant look.
Simple Anarkali Suits Simple anarkalis in light fabrics and with light embroidery also pair well for casual occasions and parties. They are a good option when you don’t want to be bogged down by the weight of heavy embroidery but still want to get that classic anarkali look. Simpler anarkalis are free flowing and comfortable. They are available in attractive colour combinations such as grey-red, blue-mustard and pink-light blue to name a few. One style hack is to pair a plain white anarkali dress with a fabulous, contrast colour checked dupatta – you can effortlessly create endless looks with this idea.
Stock up your wardrobe with the latest Anarkali styles and be the talk of the town this festival/wedding season!