Anarkalis are trending in Indian fashion. As more fashion designers bring their talent in the industry, the making and designs of Anarkali suits are increasingly varied and innovative
Designer anarkali suits are made of different types of fabrics like georgette, chiffon, crepe, silk and brocade. The weaves of exclusive fabrics like Chanderi are also used to make anarkali.
Anarkali kurtis and suits made from Chanderi fabric has its distinct qualities. The reasons that make chanderi, a traditional ethnic fabric, so popular in the fashion textile industry could be the reason to choose it.
Let’s check out why chanderi fabric is a superior choice to make trendy traditional fashion wear.
Chanderi is a handwoven, fusing silk that used golden Zari in traditional cotton yarn. The fabric is lightweight and has a shimmering texture.
Motifs & Embellishments
The traditional chanderi weavers add motifs with gold, silver or copper coatings to the fabric while making garments. A variety of motifs like peacock, lotus and geometric patterns are used in chanderi craft.
Chanderi fabric has the quality of transparency that comes mainly from the quality of the yarn used.
Chanderi weaves have transcended to be the fabric for fashionable dresses like jackets, trench coats and shrugs. With traditional motifs to beautify the garments, Chanderi has a huge influence on the fashion world.
If you are into Fashion Designing, you can explore more ways to incorporate chanderi to create wonderful anarkalis and other garments.