This year, the anarkali has gotten a fashion forward makeover. From it being worn as a dress with a skirt, a cape, or with a kurta, the anarkali has been incorporated into festive wear in the most innovative ways. The outfit, originally inspired from the classical dance Kathak, is definitely on top of our sartorial style list! Check out these 10 ways to style an anarkali this festive season!
Because like most things, the anarkali too, deserves a fashionable, fun western twist. So wear it like Karisma Kapoor, as a gown. A pretty outfit like this is red carpet-worthy, without having to pair it with anything else. A sexy back, maybe!
Palazzos always look great with anarkalis and especially this one on Tisca Chopra that’s simple sans any major embroidery or bling. If you want to add some zing to it though, wear bright coloured palazzos.
Yes, give your anarkali a little twist and bring forward your best look yet. Pair it with a free flowing kurta just like bebo. Add big, bold chaandbalis and keep your hair in a messy bun. All ready to rock that party, yeah?
Capes are a huge rage this season and they look super stunning. Be it with Indian wear or western wear, they look great on all body types and give a stylish look too! Try on a cape with your anarkali as well.
Well, while different styles look amazing, you can’t go wrong with the original anarkali-cut in a floor length gown style and a flared skirt.The graceful kalis can brighten up almost all festivities. Flounce around in an anarkali gown this season.
This is as Indian as it gets. Just add a nice contrast coloured waistcoat to your ensemble to help you stand out from the crowd this Diwali. It’s feminine, it’s girly and it’s all parts enchanting! Kajal surely knows how to pull one off and it’s the perfect piece to seek some inspo!
Who says you can’t wear a collared anarkali? It brings such a unique edge to a regular desi look. Opt for something simple and less busy to rock this style. A fishtail braid or a side ponytail will look great with a collar!