4 Stylish Bottoms for Slit Anarkalis
It seems like Anarkalis are never going to be out of fashion. With so many styles and patterns constantly coming in every season, no one has still got bored from these flared outfits. From knee length to floor length, Anarkalis have certainly ruled the Indian fashion industry for the longest time now. This season again there is a new twist in this lovely outfit and the name of the twist is the slit. Yes, slit anarkali is the new trend; the slit usually starts from the waist and goes till the bottom. The slit could be from the side or from the front, anyhow it looks cool. You may feel this outfit have become really boring now but trust me a slit can completely change the look of a normal Anarkali dress especially when you wear them with different type of bottoms. Try these tips to style up your slit Anarkalis:
Slit Anarkali with Straight Fit Pant
Anarkalis are not always traditional; you can also get a very modern and ultra glamorous look in this outfit. Want to know how?? Well, then try to wear your slit Anarkali with a straight fit pant and get ready for all those lovely compliments. This type of style looks perfect with and ankle length or floor length anarkali.
Slit Anarkalis with Dhoti Pants
Strange!! Isn’t it? But what’s the harm in trying it for once?? Fashion is all about trying new things, right? Get some inspiration from the ever smiling beauty Dia Mirza as she flaunts her style in anarkali with dhoti pants. Have a look below:
Slit Anarkalis with Palazzo
Palazzos are really in fashion and certainly the best choice for summers as they are very comfortable to wear. If you are blessed with a good height then don’t forget to try this style this season.
Slit Anarkalis with Skirts
If it’s a wedding function then you certainly try this one. You can wear any ethnic heavy work skirt or lehenga below the long flared kurta with slit and get an amazing look.
There are so many style variations which you can make from the same outfit. So, do you still feel that Anarkalis have turned old fashioned? I am sure now your are convinced that no, they are not and still there is lot more which you can do with them. Why are you waiting, just check out your old anarkali collection and get ready to give it a slit with a style.