Designers are using chiffon and crepe according to seasonal requirement. Finest lawn and related fabrics are also in use for the preparation of Anarkali Salwar Kameez. Now a days ribbons and karoshia laces are getting popularity but in fancy dress mirror, resham and pearls are mostly in use. Handmade embroidery and gota are bit out and border of the kameez in anarkali style are adorned by the laces of various colors with a contrast to fabric color. The churidar lower of these Designer Anarkali Suits also has beautiful patches of sequins, stones and other embroidery work on its bottom for a more complete and rich look. These churidar anarkali suits come with a complimentary duppatta which adds to the grace and glamour of this opulent attire. The duppatta too boasts of rich work of lace, resham, sequins and other embroidery on its edges. The color of the duppatta matches the color of the churidar and is in contrast to the color of the kameez or kurta.
You can then embellish your cholis with a variety of Designer Anarkali Salwar Kameez. Your suit can look even more graceful with half sleeves as well. You can add petite ghungaroos to your half sleeves or mega sleeves hanging on your arms. Long sleeves with puff at shoulder, but sleeveless cholis can indeed make you the fashion diva of any social gathering, the dazzling eye-candy of the entire ceremony. The dance called mujra was famed at that time. Legendary dancers at the fortress of the Mughal kings danced for the kings’ amusement. 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 commemoration of the great dancer and ardent lover, Anarkali.