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Party Wear Anarkali Salwar Kameez

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Salwar Kameezes in Anarkali style designed as a party wear outfit is undoubtedly different in appearance. This Party Wear Anarkali Salwar Kameez with embroidery looks amazing. Give rich and exclusive look with high qulity fabric of skirt and heavy embroidery as zari, zardosi, kundan, sequins, dabka, aari, and mirror, beads to designer choli or yoke of kameez.Stiching Anarkali style salwar kameez Punjabi suitsLatest designs of Anarkali style salwar are popular and in fashion trends varing with different prints, materials, embroidery work, different designer sleeves and stylish necks.

Party Wear Anarkali Salwar Kameez

kameez has heavily emblished yoke. The upper portion of kameez which could be said as choli is completely embroidered and its bottom is highlighted with beautiful border. These blouse or cholis are stiched with latest fashion and designs of different styles of sleeves and neck patterns. Hem is decorated with beautiful laces. Embroidery on salwar kurta is highly decorated with sequins, stones and beads. Churidar salwar has beautiful patches on bottom. Dupatta in dual shade of this designer Anarkali salwar kameez with beautiful laces on edges is looking amazing.

Party Wear Anarkali Salwar Kameez

salwar or churidar stiched in tight pattern with bangles or bangadi pattern, wrinkels or chunis at bottom of salwar, sulwar or churidar. Churidars are basically tightly fitting trousers that can be worn by both men and women. They are wide at the top and quite narrow at the ankle. The length of the churidar is longer as compared to the leg and often have buttoned cuff at the ankle. This excess length falls into folds and appears like bangles. This led it to its name Churidar, with ‘churi’ meaning bangles and ‘dar’ meaning like. Churidars are essentially worn with a kameez (fitting over shirt) by women and with kurta (loose over shirt) by men. In the ancient times, churidars were worn by Mughal rulers and Kathak dancers, teamed with a fitted bodice and skirt ensemble.

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