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Long, flowy and flattering — floor-length anarkalis Salwar Kameez are a hot favourite this season.
Anarkali suits are very much popular among all age women now a days. Anarkalis are very frequently used by women on several occasions in India and worldwide. So try designer anarkali Salwar suits once to feel its appeal, attraction!
Anarkali Salwar suits are made up of fabric like silk, satin, cotton, georgette, chiffon, brasso and other materials. Presently, the ones that are popular involve net materials. The Anarkali Salwar kameez has an inner lining. It can be of cotton or satin or any other flashy material that has fabulous gloss probably. Then the top covering of the kameez is made of net. Sometimes the inner lining is made of a simple chiffon material and might have floral or geometric prints. Then the top covering is also made of a pure material of the most dominant color of the inner design. The sleeves can also be made of the net material or the material that constitutes the lining or the inner. The sleeve length also varies. Full sleeves look good with this type of Anarkali Salwar suits. The hem and neck have embroidery.The sheer look the net material gives makes the dress looks beautiful and quite stunning.
Aishwarya Design Studio Designer Salwar suits are available that can be custom made by boutiques and designers. These designer Salwar Kameez suits are one of a kind and involve extraordinary craftsmanship at times. The suits also offer a good fit as they made after taking the wearer's measurements. The colors and their combinations that are used are also a bit different than the ones available in markets.
Have an anarkali suits in your wardrobe to flaunt your feminine side and look ravishing easily.
Weddings are the same which luxury and riches in the form of intricate Bridal Sarees, Heavy Anarkali Salwar Kameez, Bridal Lehenga Choli and over the top luxury. It is sure a treat to all senses, but somewhere in its midst, comfort takes the backseat.
Salwar kameez Suit isn’t just casual wear. It is a fact that Brides of olden times used to wear Salwar Kameez on their weddings but with the passage of time, people started considering it casual and hence Lehanga and Saree came in trend. Though it is mainly the Punjabi’s who have been known to wear a salwar suit on their wedding, brides from other culture have also started adopting it and so many designers are working on it now.
Salwar Kameez or Churidar kurta offers the perfect combination of elegance and comfort. Bridal salwar kameez is often adorned with a lot of embellishments, like heavy embroidery (with silver or golden thread), stones, crystals and sequins, to make it look rich and luxurious. Created using materials like pure and raw silk, matka silk and even silk cotton, it spells pure class. Crepe, tulle and net are other additional materials. A touch of brocade, boosts up the traditional score board. Keep the dupattas soft and fuss free for a relaxed look.
When it comes to colour, red, gold and maroon are unbeatable for weddings. But cool colours like icy blues, white, beiges, a pale glimmery greens are most suited for reception and pre wedding events like cocktail parties. Fuchsia pink, peacock green and royal blue are colours a daring bride should definitely consider. For more ideas refer to my article of Bridal looks- Contemporary, which details head to toe styling for a Salwar kameez bride.
A stunning Salwar Kameez with intricate embroidery in a luxurious fabric is beauty unparalleled, just perfect for brides looking for something unique.