1- Floor-Length Anarkali Suits
You cannot have just one. This is the signature style Anarkali, which is also a popular choice amongst the Bollywood celebs and the country’s fashionistas. The floor-length suit is the most favored Anarkali type in the middle-eastern countries too. You will find a wide range of styles, fabrics, price range in this particular type of Anarkali, including asymmetrical (most common), jacket, Pakistani, palazzo, and cotton, silk, chiffon, net, handwoven, and embroidered. Shopkund even allows you to customize your own floor-length gown to match your style.
2- Pakistani Anarkali Suit
It all started from here, from Lahore, the place where Anarkalis redefined Indian fashion and created a scintillating twist in the salwar kameez trend. The Pakistani Anarkali suits are a timeless piece of royalty, elegance, magnificence, and any other adjective you can possibly think of prefixing before a beautiful suit. Pakistani Anarkalis are heavily embroidered, most often accentuated by a jacket or several layers of fabrics. They are donned during weddings and other grandeur functions. If you want something that is ‘not-of-the-box’ yet not an ‘everyday affair’, then go for Pakistani sensibilities collection.
3- Cape Anarkali Suits
Cape style Anarkalis have just emerged as trending ethnic wear for petite and lanky women. Cape Anarkalis come with attached cloak-like sleeves that work as a sleeve as well as a dupatta. If the cape is long, a dupatta is generally not required. The dress makes women look fuller and curvier, making it perfect for women craving for both.
4- Jacket Anarkali Suits
If you had to makeover your Anarkali suit, add a jacket. Jacket Anarkalis are upbeat for they can be worn as frocks as well as salwar kameez. You can pair them up with pants, long flared skirts, and even palazzos. In fact, few jacket suits come with a detachable inner kameez, which ideally makes the outfit two different dresses.
5- Layered Anarkali Suits
Layered Anarkali Kameez is the epitome of a wedding trousseau. If you are not a saree person and want to ditch the traditional lehenga as well, the layered Anarkali should be the perfect choice of attire to bring out the bridal glow in you. Layered Anarkalis generally come with vibrant colors and royal designs for weddings. They are most often made out of net fabric with silk lining and heavy embroidery works. If you want to skip heartbeats, then buy one now.
6- Gown Style Anarkali Suits
If you want the best of both the worlds – the Indian and the western, try the glamour-evoking Anarkali gowns. Anarkali gowns are the successor of the quintessential cocktail or reception gowns, but with a richer look that goes beyond net-based fabrics and designs. Since Anarkalis have an Indian root, you can find an astonishing range of Anarkali gowns, made out of lace, sequins, embroideries, chikankari, prints, and so on. They come in more than 20 types of fabrics as well, including Benarasi, Kanchipuram silk, Jodhpuri cotton, chiffon, cotton, and georgette.
7- Palazzo Anarkali Suit
The Palazzo Anarkali suits are giving us a major fashion goal these days. Right from Bollywood celebs to world-renowned influencers, the palazzo-salwar kameez combination has imbibed an uncanny fashion sense that is hard to resist. So what makes the palazzo Anarkali suit enticingly very out-of-the-box? They can pass off as casual attire, party-wear, and even as office wear. You can’t stop with just one purchase. They come in a variety of edgy and quirky designs. They are affordable and low-maintenance, just like cotton Anarkalis. Palazzos also make women taller and slimmer. Plus, you can style them up with long jackets during winter and make them modernly-traditional.
8- Churidar Anarkali Suit
Chudidar Anarkali suits are evergreen and definitely everlasting. Just like the gowns, churidar Anarkali suit is a signature style that is embraced by all of us, both off and on-screen. Churidar Anarkali suits usually are not as lengthy as the rest of the salwar kameez. They are often knee length or ankle length and paired with a dupatta and legging or churi-pant. Churidar style Anarkalis are now redefined into column dress style (with a waist-hugging belt), short, sleeveless jacket san the dupatta, and asymmetrical, flowy Anarkalis.
They can be worn for a multitude of occasions because they are available in different, easy on pockets price range. Churidar Anarkalis are one of the fast-selling salwar kameez suits.
At Shopkund, we have a wide gamut of Anarkali made out of different fabrics, unique patterns and embroidery, exquisite colors, and boutique designs. Each of our pieces is handpicked from India’s renowned fashion designers. We take pride in all our masterpieces displayed here and our heart goes out on all of them. Which one would you pick from the lot? Do write to us.