Anarkali kurtas look flattering on all body types. They elegantly combine different cultural influences to give you a look that is traditional and modern at the same time. The flowing fabric adds femininity to the bold design of the kurta. That’s why Anarkali suits are a win-win choice when it comes to fashion. We’ve taken the liberty of putting together our favorite Anarkali kurtas online. Take your pick.

The Anarkali kurta has a simple button-down design, making it subtle and yet lovely to wear to work or meetings.

An Anarkali kurta is one of the standout styles of traditional Indian fashion. This parrot-green kurta is contrasted with striking ikat-patterned sleeves and border, adding depth to the otherwise plain kurta. Bring out your favorite ethnic accessories if you want a dressy look. And don’t forget the kohl!

This Anarkali kurta takes its flowing design a step further by adding the cinched waist to help you create a flattering silhouette.

Emphasize your curves with this A-line Anarkali which is gathered at the waist and flares out as it falls to the knees. Pair it with some blingy chandelier earrings and you are party-ready within minutes.

The delicate butti print, contrasted with the red border, makes this a chic kurta to wear to formal events.

A kurta that has an asymmetrical flare as it falls to the knees, this Anarkali has the best of Indian and Western design concepts. The border lining the bottom of the dress is intricate, adding just enough detail to a minimally adorned kurta. Pair it with a khadi silk dupatta when aiming for a more sophisticated look.

Bright, flowing and with a distinctive collar, this Anarkali kurta is perfect to wear to festivals and traditional functions.

With a snug-fitting Mandarin collar and a delicate beige print covering the whole kurta, this Anarkali makes dressing up for special events easy. With a red lip color and golden hoop earrings, you will be ready to make heads turn.

When you want something that can go either way as a dress or kurta, this Anarkali pick from Cottonwalas will do the trick.

This Anarkali kurta is fitted at the bust and then falls outwards in a shimmering swathe. Reaching the ankles, you can pair it with a churidar or let it stand alone on its own. The design work across the bust accentuates its attractiveness.

Anagha Sangeetha

@anaghasangeetha Just your neighbourhood girl who loves to experiment with things to make sure that you are provided with the best products, sans any compromise on quality or value!

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