Nowadays, Indian anarkali suits are in trend. Every women ranging from supermodels, celebs and housewives are donning these amazing ethical looks. Most people link Anarkali suits with the one donned in the movie Mughal-E-Azam. The suit donned by Anarkali in the movie became very famous and the attire has now made a comeback in a huge way. But the origin of this clothing style is derived from the Mughal courts where this attire was donned by noble women and courtesans. While the attire had to be evolved a lot with various Anarkali suits UK designs. But the grace and sophistication from the suit structure still remain intact. This clothing is mainly worn with a salwar or churidar with an amazing kameez design. The silhouette resembles a lot like a well fitted blouse and a skirt. As a matter of fact, it does seem like empire waist gowns from Greece although more tightly fitting.
The lower part that begins below the bust flows out in a flaring design while the upper part seems like a blouse of a choli. The length is usually longer and goes below the knees and sometimes to the floor as well. The sleeves are usually full, although modern trends are going for shorter sleeves too. The final piece of this attire is a dupatta or a scarf that can be draped in many ways around the outfit. Sometimes you can also add an ethnic jacket just like Madhubala worn in the movie, Mughal-e-Azam.
The churidar or the long tights that bunches up around the calves are the pants that are usually worn in the design of Anarkali suits. But you can also wear the classic salwar too. There had been so many trends with these Anarkali Dresses and that it is becoming very famous nowadays. There are also many anarkali suits available that do not cost you a fortune. These plain, chic outfits are more than ideal for relaxed parties or semi formal occasions. On the contrary, Anarkali designer suits make the use of the most lavish fabrics, costly embroidered styles and minute decorations to make stunning outfits with new and eye catching silhouettes. Check out the Anarkali dresses at Libas e Jamila, a UK based online store that sells both Indian and Pakistani clothes
Designer anarkali dresses are made from costly fabric like velvet, brocade, net, satin, and organza. Sometimes silk fabrics are also used like Kanjivaram, Tussar, Banarsi, Jamawar and Bhagalpuri, and also other fabrics like georgette, chiffon and crepe. Anarkali suits are adorned with a number of prints, embroidery styles and embellishments like gold threading, gold prints, resham, stone, sequins, beads, applique, booti, bagh, phulkari and other specific elements that are famous all over the world now.