Anarkali frocks are highly in fashion nowadays. They come in a variety of styles and patterns as well as of different material. Indian Anarkali frocks are found to be the favourite of all ladies for weddings, formal as well as informal functions and casual wear.
Latest and Traditional Anarkali Frock Design for Ladies in Fashion:
Let us explore a few styles of anarkali frock dress according to our height and physic.
1. Sky Blue Anarkali Kurti:
Here is a pretty sky blue anarkali frock with exclusive ethnic print. It is calf-length with a straight hemline. The sleeves are three fourth with a boat style neck. There is no embroidery work but comes with lovely big buttons in the front for the show. You can wear it with a pair of matching churidar and flat chappals.
2. Navy Blue Printed Anarkali:
This awesome navy blue printed long anarkali frock comes with a double neck style. It has a round neck and three fourth sleeves. The second neckline is angrakha over the round neck and strings to tie knots to the side. The hemline is flared. You can team it with a pair of narrow bottom jeans, jeggings or even matching leggings with Alexander style flats. It can also be worn to college or as regular wear.
3. Light Pink Cape Style Anarkali Frock:
A new and trendy style of long anarkali frock – the cape style is in vogue nowadays. This light pink cape style anarkali is made of soft georgette material. It has a shimmering golden lace bordering the cape and also there are many laces on the skirt creating a frilly effect. Ideal wear for ceremonial functions, Eid, parties and Raksha Bandhan.
4. Floor Length Anarkali Frock:
An adorable sea green floor length anarkali frock that makes you stand out in a crowd. The bodice comes with exquisite resham work and the sleeves are made of lace. The skirt is georgette and has a flowy touch.
5. Green & Peach Full Anarkali:
A festive wear Green and peach anarkali frock that is full length. The material is rich satin and silk combination. The bodice is green and has full sleeves with a closed Chinese collar style. It has a zipper in the front. The neckline is heavily embroidered with golden thread. The sleeves are also embroidered with golden threads at the end. The skirt is peach with lovely big flowers printed all over.
6. Bridal Anarkali Frock:
This is an Exclusive Bridal anarkali frock that is specially made for weddings. The bride looks stunningly beautiful on this special day. The material is lace, satin and georgette. It has beautiful handmade embroidery with silver thread on the front. A broad golden net lace at the hemline makes the dress look fab.
7. Light Grey and Blue Embroidered Anarkali Suit:
This one is a unique light grey and blue anarkali frock suit with an asymmetrical hemline. The georgette anarkali is lined with santoon and net material. The bottom is also made of santoon material and so is the dupatta. Lovely embroidery work is done with zari, golden thread and stones to give it a stunning look.
8. Black Taffeta Silk Anarkali:
This striking black Anarkali frock is made of taffeta silk having santoon lining. It is full length with short sleeves and round neck. It has fluorescent pink work on the placket and bright embroidered flowers of pink and orange colour on the hemline, waist, shoulder and sleeves. It is a striking outfit for festivals, cocktail parties, mehendi & sangeet, weddings, etc.
9. Blue Designer Long Anarkali Suit:
This is an exceptionally elegant blue anarkali frock design. The fabric used is georgette. There is intense embroidery work starting from the yoke up to the belly. The embroidery is of traditional aari work. The upper half of the long sleeve is embroidered with a floral design which is made more appealing with glitters and a gota border. The skirt has a wide periphery and is frilly.
10. Pink and Grey Anarkali With Saree Style Drape:
This anarkali has a bewitching style. It has a broad sash at the waist which is very striking as it has lovely patchwork embroidery. The sleeves are long and also come with the same design as the sash. The skirt is of pink and grey georgette fabrics that are stitched uniquely to the sash. The dupatta also comes out from the sash onto the left shoulder from where it is left to hang down giving the saree-pallu effect.
11. Cream Georgette Anarkali Suit:
An eye-catching anarkali frock suit design of cream georgette fabric. The suit comes with fascinating embroidery work on the neckline. The yoke is also embroidered on the lower half, near the waistline. The zari work is studded with sparkling stones that add shimmer to the already scintillating outfit. It has a matching dupatta of chiffon as well.
12. Orange Cotton Anarkali:
This anarkali frock is an Orange coloured Anarkali that looks as if the first rays of the sun have settled upon you. It has a broad boat neck with gold lace to give it a shimmer. The sleeves are three fourth and also golden embroidery works on it. The entire suite is plain except for the strikingly contrasting red dupatta with purple and golden goat work.
13. Floral Printed Cotton Anarkali Frock:
This casual wear long anarkali frock is made of cotton material and is very comfortable to wear throughout the day. It has floral block-print and very colourful. The simple V -neck and 3/4th sleeves add simplicity to it. It can be teamed with jeggings, churidar or even palazzos for regular wear.
14. Cotton Printed Angrakha Anarkali Frock:
A fashionable Angrakha style Anarkali Frock. Being made of cotton, it is very comfortable and can be a good choice for evening wear. It has three-quarter sleeves and is hand block printed. Wear with matching churidar or palazzos.
15. Anarkali Sherwani:
Who said that Anarkali is are just for women? This Anarkali Sherwani proves that fashion is not restricted to women. A trendy perfect attire for the groom for a special occasion and it also adds sparkle to the wedding celebration. Choose this inspiration style of sherwani and match it with a pair of churidar and jut is to bring out the sultan in you.
Anarkali suits have been in fashion for quite some time with a few variations here and there. Earlier they were typically worn for weddings, receptions and sangeet & mehendi. But nowadays casual wear or daily wear cotton anarkali’s have also emerged.