This beautiful salwar kameez in anarkali style has kaliyan pattern. Each kali has embellished with beautiful thread embroidery. Yoke of kameez is beautified with resham thread embroidery and seuqins work. Embellished laces on yoke is adding more beauty to this designer salwar suit. Matching churidar salwar is retained plain. Dupatta is dyed in dual shade of salwar kurta with embroidered buties spread all over. Further entire edges of the dupatta has pretty laces. Anarkali suits, the latest fashion trend to emerge in the market for traditional Indian attire, are today seen making their presence felt everywhere, right from wedding parties to jagrans to everyday wear. Madhubala in the song ‘Pyar kiya to darna kya’ from ‘Mughal-e-Azam’ or Madhuri in the song ‘Aaja Nachle’ from the movie ‘Aaja Nachle’ wore the same Anarkali dress or Anarkali suit.
Anarkali suits are worn with churidars and the footwear usually comprises of Punjabi juttis. Anarkali Salwar Kameez is a dedication from fashion industry towards one of the dance forms of the ancient India. The dance called mujra was famed during the time of Mughal rule. Legendary dancers at the stronghold of the Mughal kings danced for the kings’ laughter. So, the dresses worn by the dancers were known as mujra dresses which slowly came to be known as Anarkali dresses or Anarkali salwar kameez in the memorial of the great dancers.