The quintessential salwar suit is thought to have originated in the Mughal era as a combination of the long tunic worn over flared or tapered bottoms, loosely tied together. During this time, the Anarkali was especially a sought-after outfit.
Crafted with viscose silk, these suits are shimmery and eye-catching, with richly detailed Zari borders on the dupatta, and the kameez. They are dyed with vibrant and muted shades that enhance the beauty of your shape.
Viscose is absorbent, lightweight, and highly breathable. You will be enamoured with the lustrous look and feel of this opulent fabric. The silk material is luxurious, yet acts like Cotton, and is perfect for summery months.
The dupatta can be styled to fall on either side of your shoulder, or across your chest. Pair with gold, silver, and contemporary jewels.
Dry clean the delicate silk fabric. Keep away from direct sunlight and separate from contrasting coloured fabrics.
Ideal for office wear, you can wear salwar suits on a daily basis. It is also perfect for casual get-togethers and parties.