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Shop the latest collection of Banarasi Anarkali Suits at Pernia’s
Celebrated as one of the finest hand woven silks in the country and renowned all over the world for its detailed and complex technique, Banarasi silk carries its history within its threads. Banarasi brocade is an art form that traces its roots back to the Mughal Era, when premium silks were introduced to the weavers in Benares. Imbued with utmost elegance and care, the Banarasi weaving industry grew through centuries to claim its rightful place as the crowning jewel of Indian handlooms. They have been a constant fixture at many runway shows, fashion exhibitions, and art galleries around the country and the world. Now, they can just as easily be a part of your personal wardrobe.
Our latest collection of designer Banarasi Anarkali Suits pays homage to this rich legacy while adding a unique, contemporary spin. The comprehensive range includes banarasi silk anarkalis, banarasi anarkali dresses, banarasi anarkali suits, and designer anarkali suits with banarasi dupattas. This collection retains the complex technique and classic motifs of the banarasi weaving trade and reimagines it to meet the tastes and needs of the modern Indian woman.
Pernia’s prides itself on bringing Indian designer wear to your doorstep in an easy and accessible way. Explore our larger curations of the Banarasi to shop for Designer Banarasi Kurtis, Designer Banarasi Sarees, and more.
Browse Banarasi Silk Anarkalis: Banarasi Anarkali dresses and Banarasi Anarkali suits for the modern Indian woman
The top quality silks used in Banarasi garments were originally brought to India from China; now, most designers source pure silk from Southern India. Banarasi brocades were traditionally done only on pure silk but over the years, they have expanded to include other fabrics as well. The four main varieties are Katan made with pure silk, Kora made with organza, georgette, and shattir. The brocade garments are embroidered with delicate silver and golden threads in a style known as ‘Zari’ work.
For an art form that has been around for a couple centuries, banarasi brocades still capture the imagination of Indian designers like no other handloom. Its classic motifs are easily recognized and versatile enough for different interpretations. Traditional Banarsi patterns and motifs find their inspirations from nature and are broadly divided into seven categories - Jangla, Tanchoi, Tissue, Butidar, Cutwork, and Jamdani.
Our incredible collection of Banarasi Silk Anarkalis are a must-see for anyone who enjoys the fluidity and versatility of silk. Create your very own princess moment in a dreamy, beige banarasi anarkali dress in a chanderi base with gota patti embroidery; paired with a matching mukaish dupatta in net base. Cut an absolutely stunning figure in a mint green handwoven designer banarasi anarkali suit in silk base with banarasi kadwa work; worn with mint green churidar pants and a printed dupatta. Ensure all eyes are on you in a gorgeous violet banarasi designer anarkali in a muga silk base with mulmul underlining, adorned with banarasi handloom embroidery and zari woven print.
Explore the amazing work of the design labels that created the Banarasi Silk Anarkalis collection at Pernia’s with our complete collections of Studio Miku Kumar, Rianta, Aayushi Maniar, and more.
Shop for elegant and exquisite Anarkali Suits with Banarasi Dupattas
With three designers working on it, a standard banarasi garment can take from 15 days to a month and sometimes up to six months to create and uses nearly 5600 thread wires to craft its intricate brocade and zari patterns. This is why Banarasi brocades are a symbol of affluence, elegance, and ultimate sophistication. It is no surprise then that designer Banarasi Anarkali Suits have been the preferred fashion choice for special occasions by women through the generations. We bring to you our opulent collection of designer Banarasi Anarkali Dresses, so that creating an effortlessly chic ensemble is as easy as it looks.
Go all out and bring home a banarasi anarkali with banarasi dupatta set with a red flared kalidaar, floor length, designer anarkali in banarsi and georgette panels embroidered with zardozi work all over the ghera, front and back. It is paired with a royal blue georgette embroidered dupatta and crepe churidaar pants. Go simple and mellow with a leaf green banarasi anarkali dress in a delectable muga silk base with intricately hand woven banarasi hemline and sleeves. Look like a picture of radiance when you wear an onion pink hand woven designer banarasi anarkali in dupion silk base with a floral digital print; worn with matching pants and a banarasi dupatta in tissue base.
Like what you see with designer Banarasi Anarkalis? Shop for more luxury Indian women’s wear with our collections of Studio Accessories, Bindani Jigar Nikita, Clos and more at Pernia’s.
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