If you’re asked a simple question – “From your wardrobe, which (ethnic) piece do you think will still be in fashion 10 years down the line?” What will your answer be?
If you’re unable to answer it, don’t worry! There’s no need to scratch your brain cells, let’s answer that for you. It’s Anarkali suits!
Anarkali symbolizes royalty and is linked to ancient history. It’s made up of a long frock-style top and features a slim fitted bottom. The suit is fit on the bust part and then flows down, around the leg in the form of large pleats. Generally, the length of the suit ranges anywhere between mid-knee to floor length.
The positive side of an Anarkali suit is that it flatters every body type and accentuates your curves. Whether you’re dressing up for a puja or a wedding, an Anarkali never disappoints. In short, it’s a must-have ethnic outfit.
But one thing that we all experience while shopping for ethnic wear is the heavy pricing. There are times when we pick something we like, but one look at the price tag makes us reject it. Which is why we’re here at your rescue.
At Inddus, you can find minimal Anarkali suits at affordable prices without compromising on the quality and finishing of the product. You can choose from a variety of fabrics, styles and designs.
Without further ado, let’s look at some Anarkali options under 10k that you can’t miss!
In Love with Silk?
Well, it was a rhetorical question because who on Earth doesn’t love wearing silk? We’re all fans of a stunning silk Anarkali! And this beautiful lemon-yellow silk embroidered Anarkali gown is definitely a must have. It comes with a net dupatta that has stone work on it, along with a santoon bottom.
Whether you want to attend a wedding or a festive gathering, it works perfectly fine for both the occasions. You can accessorize it with statement chandbalis and pair it with juttis/heels. You’re good to go!
If You’re A Fan of Prints
Well, again, we all love prints, especially if they’re floral or have something to do with nature. This grey and maroon printed Anarkali is the perfect choice for a day event. It comes with a maroon dupatta that has a taping border on it. Whether you’re attending a puja or a family function, this easy breezy outfit would work just fine.
You can accessorize it with dangler earrings and carry a small clutch with you.
Thread Work More of Your Jam?
This pretty piece combines two of the most loved trends of all time – Pastel colors and Belt. This green and white embroidered kurta comes with dupatta and beaded tie-up belt. It’s like a breath of fresh air among a pool of bright and vibrant colors. There’s nothing better than wearing this pretty mint green and white Anarkali Kurta at your friend’s wedding.
Who Doesn’t Love Zari Embroidery on Their Suits?
This powder yellow georgette Anarkali suit with Zari work has won our hearts. If you’re looking for a Haldi outfit, this one is a winner. This set comprises of a georgette Anarkali with matching georgette dupatta and a santoon bottom.
You hardly need to put an extra effort while dressing up; Neutral makeup, soft curls/a messy bun and strappy heels. You’re good to go!
Can’t Forget A Classic Black Anarkali
Keep everything on one side and a black Anarkali on the other, you know who’ll still be the winner. Whether it’s an LBD (Little Black Dress) or an ethnic outfit, black just makes everything better.
This stunning Bollywood style netted Anarkali suit comes with net dupatta and a satin bottom. You can go all out with your accessories and/or makeup or keep it minimal by simply wearing a maang tikka and applying neutral makeup along with keeping your hair open in soft cascading curls.
We hope your hunt for an ideal Anarkali under a budget led to some fruitful results.