Anarkali Suit designs for Winter Fashion 2014

Anarkali Suit designs for Winter Fashion 2014

Anarkali Suit designs for Winter Fashion 2014 (2)

Whichever season it is, parties are always coming in. This is the reason why one should stay geared up for any event at any time. Since this is the ‘wedding season’ in countries like India and Pakistan, girls are mulling over what to wear so that they would look great and also appear different and classy. Presenting her two very beautiful and eye-catching anarkali suit designs for winter fashion 2014.

Now the time for their worrying has ended with a bang because here are some wedding outfits designed after the latest fashion trends. Other than long shirts, anarkali suits are quite a lot in vogue. They have been designed after the traditional rajasthani frocks and look exemplary. Nonetheless, they come in such tempting colours and designs that one is completely taken aback. Winter season, or any season for that matter, calls for a careful selection of colours. Here is this white anarkali frock contrasted with ferozi (blue). The frock is sleeveless with a motif on each shoulder and a lovely design on the chest. On the upfront, the party wear frock is fabricated in net whereas printed jamavar peeps from underneath to create a glamorous impact. Self-embossed tiny thread motifs suffice in mesmerizing anyone as they are ultimately stylish. A light, net drape rather adds a touch of elite attitude and the churidar pajama leaves no space for any doubts as to whether or not wear this beautiful suit. Keeping in line with latest wedding fashion, this anarkali dress is a brilliant piece of perfect designing.

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Likewise, for those who prefer dark shades, here is a treat for them as well. Another wonderfully stylish anarkali with churidar pajamas, this one has been designed in a special combination of reed and green. The glorious pleats are in fashion these days and all girls are sure to fall for this party outfit. The neckline has light embroidery with the sleeveless frock. There are two shades of green that reflect each other. The lighter one blends into red and that further merges with dark green. This frock is also in net with lining underneath. A dark green drape adds more glamour to the dress and finishes off the look nicely.

Updated: November 11, 2014 — 9:44 am