When To Wear A Printed Cotton Anarkali With Pant And Dupatta Set

The Anarkali is a traditional style of frock-like dress that is worn with pants and a dupatta. The Kurta is an A-line tunic style top, while the Anarkali offers a more feminine and flowing line.

The basic style of a printed cotton Anarkali with pant and dupatta set includes a fitted bodice, a loose and flowing bottom to the dress, and a narrower legged trouser or pant. The result is a distinctly comfortable yet dressy set that is perfect to wear for any special occasion.

The Design

A typical printed cotton Anarkali with pant and dupatta set features an embellished yoke that draws attention to the neckline of the garment. It is fitted but not snug or tight through the bodice, with a high waistline that allows the flowing shape of the bottom of the Anarkali.

These are long dress-like tops, typically falling to below the mid-shin level. The more fitted pants are visible for a few inches below the top. The pants may be a solid color that is found in the Anarkali, or they may offer a contrasting color that is also found in some part of the design of the top.

Finally, the dupatta is typically a solid color, often picking up on the most vibrant color in the Anarkali. The result is a beautiful printed cotton Anarkali with pant and dupatta set that includes a pattern, flowing silhouette, and pops of colors that highlight the beauty of the design.

Aaheli offers a top selection of printed cotton Anarkali with pant and dupatta set designs that are perfect for any occasion. To see our full clothing selection, visit us at www.aaheli.com.