Anarkali Churidar is the most recent trends in ethnic fashion trend. They have emerged as fancy and traditional Indian attire in the global market. The new adaptations are making their presence felt worldwide. One can see them in wedding parties, engagement parties, mata ki chowki, jagrans, and kitty parties. They are classic and timeless in structure.
As soon as the name Anrakali Churidar is taken, the memory of Madhubala dancing in the song ‘Pyar kiya to darna kya’ from ‘Mughal-e-Azam’ refreshes before us and we start feeling nostalgic. The modern era has again brought this long forgotten dress to the forefront and has popularized it again. Worn with churidars, Anarkali suits is a choice of every woman whatever her age maybe. Punjabi juttis are worn along with this attire. This is a very gracious dress in which the women look very feminine. The kameez is figure-hugging till the upper torso and below that, it blows into a frock and gets a lot of flare. To enhance its flare, they are available in flowing materials like chiffons. A large variety and patterns are available even online. To wear during formal occasions, the suits come with some work or embellishments to give them a festive appearance. Sequins, wide borders, kundans, zari and other form of embellishments are generally used in the upper half of the kameez. To make such suits, materials like crepes, georgettes, silks and brocades are frequently used. Everyday wear Anarkali churidars can be made of simple plain material or with light embroidery.