Top Reason To Wear Cotton Anarkali Suits
You all must be aware of my obsession with Indian ethnic wear. There is a lot of variation in Indian wears these days but the one style that has become evergreen in Indian fashion trends is Anarkali Kurtis. Anarkali is spa very traditional and royal dress that is a dominant ruler of women’s wardrobe. It is made up of different fabrics like Cotten, net, rayon, chiffon but mostly cotton is preferred due to it lasting, soft and absorbing properties. Its design, stitching and elegant finish make it a super attractive dress.The Anarkali has a great myth hidden in its name.It is believed that Anarkali a Mujra dancer in Akbar’s court had a felonious relationship with Akbar’s son prince Salim. Later when Akbar came to know about their relationship Anarkali was buried alive. Actually, it became popular in Indian fashion after the Indian classical movie “Mughal-e-Azam. This movie is not based on real history but there are some texts which say that the existence of Anarkali can be true during the Mughal emperor Akbar’s period. Anyways I won’t go into details of history here. Just want to mention that after many years Anarkali suit become popular again in Indian and Pakistani fashion trend with some beautiful makeover and since then it has been in vogue as most favourite Indian attire. I personally love to wear cotton Anarkali Kurtis. There are several reasons to wear a cotton Anarkali Kurtis.
Anarkali Kurties look very stylish and beautiful. It gives feminine and decent look to the body. It is made of a lot of kali or flares that give it a royal look. It’s paired with tight fitted churidars, leggings and Dupatta. Silk, net, rayon, chiffon fabric’s Anarkali Kurtis have their own beauty and style but cotton made Anarkali kurties give a majestic style. There is a lot of range and variety in the cotton Anarkali Kurtis like A-line, floor length, asymmetrical, Pakistani style, jacket style, frock style and multi-layered Anarkali are available in the market.
Cotton is always great and comfortable fabric so cotton Anarkali kurties can be worn anytime. For summers, these are the must-have. You can wear it even with full sleeves to save yourself from sunrays and heat waves. Cotton made Anarkali kurties are perfectly soft and smooth. This fabric is cool and breathable. These are very easy to wear and look charming in any colour from bright to pastel.
Gives a royal sophisticated elegance
Traditional Anarkali suits are elegant in their styles. Every woman knows the beauty & grandeur of this outfit! Usually, we prefer wearing silk fabric suits on certain special occasions because most of these suits are adorned with heavy, blingy embroidery. But with cotton made Anarkali dresses we can find this style and grace frequently. It has a wide flared look at the hem that makes it the reflective feminine semblance that has originated from the Mughal era. A lot of different cuts and design with embroidery and motifs makes it most royal and beautiful.
Looks great on every body type
It looks beautiful on every type of body. Doesn’t matter what is your body shape or hight. If you are too thin a lot of flare in the kurta give a little more weight and great shape to your body. At the same time, if you are too fat it can cover up the heavy hem with its flowing flares. If you are of short height, it gives you a bit tall look and taller women with a bit short Anarkali kurties look balanced in height.
Can be worn in many ways
Anarkali dresses especially cotton Anarkali kurties can be worn in many ways. You can wear them with chudidar/leggings trousers, palazzos and long skirts. I usually wear them with cotton churidar (cotton fabric leggings) tights/leggings, palazzos and long skirts. I really love pairing them with the different style. They always give a unique and different style every time. Even you can wear it bottomless, yes it’s an amazing style for college going girls to wear long flared kurties without any bottom. It looks great. If you remember I wore a floral Anarkali kurti in this style. You can see it here.
Affordable and easy to maintain
These affordable too, you can find the different style and design Anarkali kurties in reasonable price. If you compare it with lehnga, saree and other special occasion attires, you will come to know that it’s the most affordable attire for such occasions. The best part of cotton Anarkali kurties are that they don’t want much of your care. You can wash them daily and iron by yourself easily. Other fabrics need much care so these are very easy to maintain. Being affordable you can collect a lot of different style kurties for your wardrobe.
Coming to my outfit:
The topic is Anarkali so I wore a lovely cotton Anarkali kurti which I bought from Max Fashion. It’s a part of their summer collection. I was since long in search of such an Anarkali dress which sober enough to be worn frequently & yet must be something outstanding! The search is finally over there. the colour combination is beautiful. All the best of lovely colours with a beautiful floral design. Turquoise, pink, mustard colours make it the best possible Anarkali kurti that I was in search of! I paired it with a straight fuchsia palazzo. This bright colour palazzo with some lovely embroidery details at the bottom gives a bright touch to the outfit. I accessorized it with vintage gold jewellery & other Indian accessories such as bangles etc. A light orange bag, a nude pair of heels, a light touch of blue on the eyes & bright pink lipstick completed the look!
Anarkali kurti – Max Fashion
Palazzo – Max Fashion
Bag – Similar here
Necklace – Confusionfa
Heels – Similar here