Biba – Buy Anarkali Suits Online
Anarkali suits – They give us a festive and happy vibes and make us feel proud of our ethnic fashion and culture. The roots of this trend are attached to our history and this term goes back to the Mughal era of Akbar's rein and how the royal dancer Anarkali fell in love with prince Salim. It's the silhouette that Anarkali adorned that never really went out of trends and culture and today those flowy kalidar gowns are known as Anarkali suits.
Apart from the evergreen sarees and lehengas, Anarkali suits have come out as a third must-have ethnic wear option for women. Not only they are a loved attire for celebrations and festivities, Anarkali suits are also well-accepted as a casual day attire. Retailers are ready with a number of options in this trend, be it fabric, embroidery or length. And if you're a lover of online shopping, you know how easy and convenient it is to get your Anarkali suit at your doorstep, just at the click of your computer keys.
One of BM's favourite ethnic wear store is Biba. Their designs speak the beauty of Indian ethnic craftsmanship and a cultural dialect of fashion. This brand personifies Indian Ethnic Culture and serves anarkalis, salwar kameez, dupattas, sacrves, palazzos and kurtis in a variety of colors, prints and patterns. What made us fall in love with the brand more is their recent extension of online store. We were all in awe with their Anarkali Suits collection and loved some of the pieces, a little more than the rest.
Black Magic: This Anarkali suit set comes with a calf length kalidar kurti in black silk cotton jacquard weave fabric. The copper boota embroidery makes it elegant and traditional yoke pattern gives it a royal touch. Black churidaar and a black dupatta with similar copper shimmer border complete the set.
Ivory Sheen: This anarkali suit set by Rohit Bal for Biba gains a few extra points here for its traditional chanderi fabric. The ankle length kalidar kurti with blue roses woven in jacquard makes it a royal choice for your formal traditional party needs. Cap sleeves and gold shimmer border add ounces of class-apart style.
Fuschia Queen: If brocade and chanderi are two essentials to your ethnic style, this fuschia anarkali suit set in silk chanderi fabric is a must-have. Jacquard weave matches up with delicate gold embroidery on neckline and contrasting green and orange chanderi borders do justice to hem and sleeves. In total, a colorful trendy set for your to flaunt your feminine style.
Royal Beige: If history fascinates you more than anybody else, we understand that an anarkali suit adds up more class if a traditional koti is a part of it. For the same reason we simply love this ensemble which has an ankle length kalidar kurti in beige viscose fabric with golden booti weave. A velvet jacket with intricate traditional embroidery done in antique gold. A dupatta with similar velvet border has been added to add more royalness.
Classy Olive: If subtle colors and antique embroidery is your synonym for ethnic wear, this anarkali suit set made in an Olive color silk fabric is an apt choice for you. Intricate embroidery in dull gold on the yoke and hemline gives it the required festive feel and added lace work makes it royal enough. In all, a class-apart piece for your traditional yet contemporary style quotient.
Blue Bells: Let georgette accentuate your curves as this anarkali suit set in royal blue georgette fabric is a perfect way to describe pretty. Traditional gota-patti intricate embroidery from Rajasthan adorns the yoke, hemline and dupatta border.