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Shop the exquisite new collection of Bandhani Anarkali Dress at Pernia’s
Softness, fluidity, and femininity - a dress that captures these nuanced themes is the ethereal anarkali. The anarkali became popular during the Mughal empire, as it was preferred by the royals, aristocrats, and the common folk. In fact, it takes its name after the famed courtesan of the Mughal court, its flowy silhouette and easy grace gives a dancer-like feel to anyone who wears it. We have combined our love for anarkalis with another tradition championed by the Mughals - bandhani - and bring to you an exquisite collection of designer Bandhani Anarkalis Online.
Our designers expertly incorporate the subtle elegance of tie and dye into the flattering shapes and designs of the anarkali dress. They experiment with varied lengths, vibrant colour palettes, and surprising embellishments to create pieces that are unique to the trends of today. The comprehensive range includes designer bandhani anarkali suits, designer bandhej anarkali, and bandhani anarkali dresses.
Explore the versatility and beauty of bandhani garments through our incredible and comprehensive larger bandhani collection, which takes your through a journey through traditional wear such as bandhani sarees, bandhani lehengas, and bandhani kurtis to more modern wear such as Designer Bandhani Skirts, Designer Bandhani Dresses, bandhani gowns, and bandhani tops.
Freshen up your look with a chic Bandhani Anarkali Dress
Bandhani as an art form has been around since 4000 BC, during the Indus Valley Civilization. It has since seen multiple evolutions and reimaginations, especially in the villages of Gujarat and Rajasthan. While new patterns are always emerging, the basic method has persevered through the years - the cloth is hand-picked and tightly wound with threads at strategic places and dyed; the threads are then removed to uncover the design beneath. It is a deceptively simple technique and yet yields a variety of intricate patterns, making it a go-to style for weddings, religious festivals, ethnic decor, and everyday wear.
Shop for the contemporary versions of this traditional art form in the latest collection of Designer Bandhani Anarkali Dresses at Pernia’s. Look like the ray of sunshine that you are in a yellow bandhani anarkali dress made in a handloom chanderi base with a dainty bandhani on the border. It is worn with matching palazzo pants and a pink bandhani dupatta. Freshen up your look with a beige short anarkali in a luxurious satin silk base and bandhani print all over; paired with matching henna green churidar pants and dupatta having mirror cutwork embellishments.
Pernia’s prides itself on bringing Indian designer wear to your doorstep in an easy and accessible way. Explore our collections of Dev R Nil, I Am Design, Ridhi Arora, Dhristi Zahabia Men, and more and add some ethnic charm to your wardrobe.
Add an ethnic charm to your wardrobe with our traditional Bandhej Anarkalis, Bandhani Anarkali Dress Online
A family trade for most artisans, bandhani is a practice that is passed down generations. The characteristic techniques, ingredients for dyes, and designs are prized possessions of the craftspeople. Much of the tying work is done by women who can work from home, thus, creating income and furthering their empowerment. Promoting and supporting local artisans is extremely important to us and we try to collaborate with design labels that share these values. Delve into the rich legacy of bandhani artisans with the incredible new range of designer Bandhej Anarkalis.
Have heads turn wherever you go in a brown bandhej anarkali in a handloom chanderi base with bandhani print; paired with matching palazzo pants and a indigo blue bandhani dupatta. Go the classy and sophisticated route with an ivory bandhej anarkali handmade with woven bandhani, hand cut beads and delicate aari embroidery. It is worn with matching pleated pants and a sheer dupatta in an organza base.
This collection is possible due to the endless creativity and genius of our designers. For more of their work, shop the complete collections of I Am Trouble by K. C., Priya Chhabria, Fahd Khatri , Mint Blush Men, and more only at Pernia’s Pop Up Shop.
Bandhani Anarkali Suits & Bandhani Anarkali Dress: Shop the rich legacy of Bandhani at Pernia’s
Bandhani holds great cultural significance as it is one of the few traditional art forms that are still largely done by hand. Depending on the intricacy of the pattern, it can take several hours to days to create a bandhani garment. The makers often express meaning through the patterns and colours they use. They have a vast range of motifs and patterns, ranging from designs inspired from nature to geometric and kaleidoscopic designs. The simplest building block is the ekdali or one single dot which is used to create simple patterns such as Tikunthi or three dots and Satbandi or dots in groups of seven. These are then placed together creatively to make larger patterns such as Jaaldar which is a web like pattern, Beldaar or a vine like pattern, and Leheriya which is a dainty wave-like pattern. These patterns can be embellished further with mirrors, tassels, and silver and golden threads.
Traditionally, only two colors are used at a time; the most popular ones being red and yellow as they are considered auspicious. Red Bandhani Anarkali Dress are often given to brides showing love and luck while yellow bandhanis are given to new mothers for health and prosperity. In the new age bandhanis, the palette has expanded to include various shades of green, pink, purple, and blue.
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