How to style an anarkali dress

With the wedding season up ahead it is always a headache to choose the perfect outfit and rock it out. But no worries because every single person owns anarkali and if you don’t then you should definitely get one because anarkali dress Dubai is that one piece of clothing which you can always style perfectly for the wedding season. Anarkali is the perfect dress because it suits every body type and there are a dozen tips to style them. Keep on reading to find out these tips:

  • Rock on jhumkas

Jhumka is the style of earrings where they dangle down the ears giving a slender look to the neck. Most jhumkas have a traditional look to them which and this is why they go perfectly with anarkali dress. Another reason why you should get jhumka is because in order for them to be visible you must make a classic bun or a side braid which is what you should be making on the anarkali.

  • Use a choker as a statement neck piece

Chokers are the main part of anarkalis because a heavily embroidered anarkali most of the time have a deep neckline. So much of empty space is definitely going to look odd and this is why in order to balance out this look, you must always use the Indian neck pieces which have great embellishment and stones on it.

  • Opt for heels

Heels are the solution for every single thing and if you don’t wear heels on anarkali then you could be making a fool out of yourself because flats will make your legs look disproportionate. Another reason that heels are a must because you don’t want your flowing anarkali to be dragging dust with it which can ruin the border on the hem. Heels are always a stylish look and this is why you should own a pair of it.

  • Don’t ditch the dupatta

Dupatta is the one important statement piece of traditional anarkali and even abaya dresses Dubai. We know carrying a dupatta is not exactly the easiest task but we can never deny the elegance which it brings with itself. Imagine the amazing dupatta drape styles which you can rock with anarkali and stand out from all of the other people in function. Wear a simple dupatta on your side with heavily embroidered anarkali and you will be good to go.