Thursday, 1 March 2012

Anarkali Pishwas

If there is one cultural element that brings India and Pakistan on one common platform it is the pishwas anarkali dresses. Right from the 17th century they have been worn by the women of several stately families. Since at that time it could be afforded by the women of the upper crest, the entire look has a rich feel. Today they are graced in wedding functions as high end fashion designers are making innovative and timeless editions. The Pishwas anarkali dresses are trendy traditional gowns, a must for a good wardrobe.

f there is any Indian dress that can match the magic of a western formal gown, in terms of aesthetics, it is the pishwas anarkali dresses. Pick up the daman from any angle and check the silhouette. It is divine. With net bell sleeves, lame gold borders the rich hues come alive. Large motifs on the necklines in white/gold or silver look pretty on a slender neck. It can be worn with trousers or churidar or with the salwar. The long flowing garment is rich and spells class when carried with grace. The flairs of the long kameez, zoom on the heavy work done on it. 

Women who wish to own this lovely garment should be able to pay a premium for its richness. Crinkle cotton, chiffon and silk make it look more gorgeous. A light duppata with dori, pleated bands or pipings, or with some simple work done on it can be an addition to its classy nature.

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