The Seasons of weddings and Indian dresses always leave a trail behind. House of myriad colours, designs and patterns, an Indian wedding house becomes no less than a fashion show where one can witness literally everyone showcasing the best dresses of the season. Not only lehengas but also the other Indian dresses such as the palazzo suits, salwar suits, etc too have regained popularity in the recent days. In this article we will be talking about the Indian dresses other than the already popular dresses i.e., lehengas and shararas. The recent trend has enough options to accommodate the off- dated dresses such as the Anarkali dresses and other such dresses redesigned according to the latest fashion trends to suit the taste of the millennials and the gen z.
Silk Anarkali Dress
Anarkali dresses have been a popular dressing option from the 16th century itself. With the Mughal invasion in India, a lot of cross-cultural changes were brought to the Indian dressing options as well and one of the gifted traditions is this Anarkali dress. Anarkali dresses come in various designs and colours and one of them is the silk Anarkali dress. Available in almost all the colours, they are best suited for elegant and calmer occasions such as a wedding ceremony or any other such event organized during the day time. The pastel shades are best suited for these purposes. So, this wedding season do give a try to the silk Anarkali dresses and pair them up with delicate and subtle jewellery owing to the soft nature of the fabric and the vibe it radiates.
Velvet Anarkali Dress
Velvet too is one of those fabrics which used to be the love of the women folks back in the 70s but it lost its popularity in the last two decades. There were numerous reasons behind the fabric losing its connection with the common masses and one of the major reasons was the high prices that the customers were supposed to pay for the fabric. In recent years, we have again seen the fabric regaining its lost popularity and we have almost every dress made with the fabric specially the Indian dresses as well.
The velvet texture is one of the most loved and experimented by embroidery or the stone work, both of them adds to the beauty of the dress and gives a royal look to the dress. Pair them up with either a minimal statement jewellery for private purposes or small scale get-togethers to have a minimal yet elegant look. On other days when you are heading to a grand wedding, pair them up with heavy accessories to match with the royal look that the velvet Anarkali dress provides you with.
Jacket- Style Anarkali Dress
Jacket and shrug styling has become the trend these days and can be seen making their presence felt in almost every dress that you know. The same goes with the Indian dresses as well. The jacket is in the fashion to be paired up with your favourite Anarkali dress. The-jacket style Anarkali dress is best worn with a contrasting colour having the same design or having the same colour yet a relatively lighter pattern and the embroidery on the jacket. The jacket with the Anarkali dress is usually a net shrug having elegant and minimal embroidery work or minimal designs to add to the contrasting look of the Anarkali having a heavy work on it. It can be worn best on weddings and other such occasions and alternatively you can get your look changed just with the addition of the removal of the complimentary jacket.
The Indian dresses are of various kinds and just with a little shift of colour, design or even with the minimal addition of a jacket, the entire look can be changed. This has various benefits as it gives one the liberty to dress up and re- design the same dress in a number of ways. The salwar kameez or the dresses other than the lehengas are regaining the popularity among the masses as with the revival of the old trends and patterns along with a subtle blend of modernity has given these dresses a completely new look. Do give a try to these Indian dresses and rock the upcoming ceremonies with elegance and minimalism.