Anarkali are long frock style tops with fitted bottoms, scarf is also part of the attire. Frock can be printed or design with embroidery. The anarkali suit varies in many different lengths and embroideries including floor length anarkali styles. Anarkali name has taken from the Mughal emperor Akbar. Anarkali was a girl who used to dance in Akbar court, Crown prince salim fallen love with anarkali. Akbar who was legendarily murdered for her illicit relationship with the price. The various forms of regal Anarakali silhouette are also related to the Indian culture in many ways. The Indian Angarakha is very similar to Anarkali, and is closely associated to the Indian classical dance-form Kathak. In fact, Anarakali tends to be the regular costume of the dancers, practicing the Kathak form of the Lucknow Gharana.
Now a days, each and every women, even young girls prefers to wearing floor length anarkali suit in any occasion. These dresses not only add a lot of glamor and elegance, but are absolutely hassle free in terms of maintenance and also there is no need to bother about managing the pallu, pleats and many more. In order to create a striking balance between tradition and contemporary fashion, these floor length anarkalis of 2015 have touched the right chord. With its international appeal, heavy embroidery work and flawless designs, these outfits have become a favorite among the masses.
Floor length Anarkalis have created a stir in the fashion world with its long, flowing fabrics in rich embroideries, heavy brocades, beautiful designs and intricate art work. Being the Indian equivalent of evening gowns, these floor length anarkalis have created a major fashion statement across the globe. some of floor length anarkali suits example is here: –
This is a masterpiece suit with layers of fabric in golden embroidery in thread and cutouts with the edge of the top having a full thick strip of golden fabric running throughout. The chest area has heavy sequin and thread work with the same in sleeves too. Red is the most auspicious color for any occasion and this suit will be the highlight.
More of bright yellow with hints of pink in a long flowy Anarkali suit catches everyone’s attention. The suit at the bust part is fully black and also at the end of the top. The top fits well and the suit is fully embroidered in net fabric which is very intricate and looks royal. Significantly, the sleeves are kept shorter in this suit. This is the perfect outfit for weddings.
Black floor length Anarkali with hints of pink can be perfect for an evening party. The gray
dupatta highlights the suit well which matches with the taping at the ends of the Anarkali top.
Beautiful blue Anarkali with heavy and intricate embroidery in shades and threads of white, off white and golden looks mesmerizing. The sleeves are off white just as the neck pattern and has blue and golden embroidery.