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Ancient Indian Clothing | Antique Anarkali Formal Wear Dresses Trend

India is the place where people are following different cultures and customs. Every culture differ from other in every aspect like dressing to living style. But still the beauty of ancient Indian fashion is alive in every culture. In the Ancient Indian Clothing index, Anarkali umbrella frocks with churidar comes at top. Ancient for the long history and antique due to the mughal resemblance; which kept alive in the Dresses Trend. Although globalization has affected the original patterns of mughal dress but still it's very famous as Formal Wear Dresses. So today we have brought the sentimental patterns of Anarkali frocks to preserve the ancient clothing of India for the next generation. These antique dress has been made on the classic layout or umbrella frock but the choice of colors, nourishment and tailoring is modern. As the time is passing; then a big change is appearing in colors choices, fabric preference, designs and the patterns. So the designer team has kept the modern concept in mind while designing, and brought a versatile range of anarkali formal to grace your looks with traditional robes. First time Indian ethnic brand has introduced Ancient semi stitched formal dresses; that has been embellished with fancy material and enhanced with resham zari thread work. Moreover the garnishing, designer has brought the fascinating color contradictions on Georgette fabric with funky flair. On the other hand with embroideries dress maker has poured the strips work around surrounds to give a new look and style to Antique Anarkali Formal Wear Dresses Trend. Let's have a look at Anita Hassanandani graced indian ancient clothes.

Antique Indian Formal Wear Anarkali Dresses Trend


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