Manish Chotrani's Wedding Anarkali Suits Collection

This salmon pink net anarkali features black velvet detailing on the bodice as well as the hem and a deep u-back that makes it a one-of-a-kind piece. Pair it with gilded gold strappy sandals and a statement ring.

This regal maroon and gold anarkali is reminiscent of days long gone with its elegant sweetheart neckline, full sleeves and maroon thread embroidery on the entire floor length garment.

This gorgeous pink net anarkali has a pink ombre embroidery from top to bottom with a thick gold sequin embroidered border at the hem. The hot pink dupatta and piping detail stands out against the baby pink colour. Accessorize with gold and pink enamel bangles and gold stud earrings.

The different shades of blue in the ombre floral embroidery of this anarkali compliment the gold sequins borders on the hem and dark blue net dupatta. The sweetheart neckline and figure-flattering construction of this outfit is guaranteed to turn heads in a crowd.

The zaridozi work on the entire anarkali including the sleeves and hems stands out against the shades of hot pink. Adding another splash of colour are the stunningly embroidered blue and orange panels of fabric at the hem and wrist of the sleeves.

The gold paisley embroidery on the white net skirt of this anarkali complements the gold and red border on the hem and the red bodice. The cut-out on the back and front of the high-neck bodice give this anarkali a unique style.

This colourful lehenga-anarkali displays stunning craftsmanship with its layered hems of red velvet, pink silk and gold ribbons. The intricate gold zari-work on the orange bodice contrasts beautifully with the net pink dupatta. 

The neutral beige colour of this anarkali is heightened by the beige thread, antique gold and stone embellishment on the entire garment. The pink satin hem and piping add a touch of colour, making this a unique piece.

The festive yellow colour of this anarkali goes beautifully with its dull silver checkered detailing. The intricately embroidered net back, splashes of silver all over the kurta and large round jhumkas make this the ideal outfit for a formal wedding affair.

The mustard coloured anarkali with its mustard thread embroidery and bodice is brightened up with a silver checkered border on the hem and net dupatta. The high chinese-collar gives this garment a sleek and clean-cut look.

The stunning green skirt of this gown is elevated with its intricate silver embroidery as well as the sequins silver boat-neck bodice and thick silver hem. Style it with marquis-cut solitaires and a silver cuff.


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