Fashion Rewind - Anarkali Disco chali!

Fashion Rewind - Anarkali Disco chali!

Anarkalis have been around since the Mughal era in India – that’s a few hundred years! And now they are back in vogue like never before. Available in fabrics ranging from classic brocade to the delicate nets and georgettes – you have something for every age and style. You can wear these to Indian wedding receptions or Henna parties, Bollywood parties or Sangeet ceremonies and look gracefully Indian!

Here are a few anarkalis styles that are the latest rage -

This black long sleeved piece is a classic long anarkali that works great for any night parties – whether it’s a Bollywood night or a wedding reception.



This stunning beige and orange anarkali is a contemporary designer piece that sets you apart. Wear it to any day event and wow everyone around you!


This sheer net anarkali in beige is the hottest new trend! Both stylish and sexy – it makes you look like a million dollars!


This creamy white and gold anarkali is a popular pick as it’s perfect for weddings and looks great on almost anyone.


If your taste is more traditional and Indian, this red anarkali is perfect for you!


Friends and younger sisters of the bride can rock the Henna party with this trendy and bright  orange Anarkali.


If you are planning to attend any Indian wedding or party, make sure to add a couple of Anarkalis to your wardrobe. With Sarisand Things, you can view the latest and most stylish anarkali collection online and buy or rent your favorite pieces in a few clicks. Worry not, your complete look is taken care of, when you buy or simply rent matching accessories for each of your anarkalis. 

If you need any assistance, whether it's about size information, delivery schedule or color preferences - our service assistants are just a phone call away on (312) 948-4995. So stop wondering and get ready to dance in style to the peppy tunes of Bollywood numbers – afterall Anarakli disco chali! 

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