Shararas are the Only Thing you need to Invest this Wedding Season


While women are going bonkers with the bridal couture, we suggest you to go ahead and take a plunge with some ecstatic outfit options. You don’t need to think twice about the “it” Bollywood fashion trend-Shararas. These amazing flowy lower half garment can be easily paired with short and pretty embroidered kurtas. Shararas were quite a rage back in the 90’s and still continues to win hearts among the Muslim community. Women generally adorn themselves with sharara and kurtas for big auspicious occasions like weddings, family gatherings, and grand festival celebrations.

Here’s how you can style your shararas like our Bollywood muses:

Deepika Padukone

Always topping our go-to fashion-inspiration list, Deepika never disappoints us. She showed up in a gorgeous emerald green sharara with equally stunning embroidered kurta. She wore this designer traditional Indian sharara with kurta at a Press Conference for the movie Padmaavat promotions. We are in awe with her perfect Indian look, especially the way she carried the outfit seamlessly.

Here’s how you can re-create the look with Pure Elegance emerald green silk gotta patti work with sharara and dupatta. Channel Padukone vibes with a neatly tucked ponytail and go gothic with smokey eyes and nude lips.

Kareena Kapoor

Royal is what royal wears and Kareena vouches to flaunt her timeless elegance with this stunning traditional look. She slips into a pretty baby pink sharara with kurta embellished all throughout. She draped a pretty tulle dupatta with sequins on the border. She looks every bit flamboyant and princess-like in this highbrow couture.

Recreate this look with our pretty Peach embroidered net georgette sharara with dupatta. It is chic, causal, bewitching extremely comforting for running errands and workwear. Just amp up your look with sleek and straight hair tossed into a ponytail or a low-back bun.

Gauhar Khan

The smokin’ hot TV Actress turned Bollywood actress looks truly captivating in a violet colored sharara kurta. The Pantone color of the year 2018 which is Ultra Violet looks ethereal on this beauty. You can head over to a happening party or a cocktail event, even a wedding or a festivity in this gorgeous Indian dress.

 

The connoisseur of fashion nova looks stunned us as she walked in a bright yellow colored sharara with kurta. The basic sharara with an embellished handwoven kurta looks enchanting and can be worn for haldi ceremony or a friend’s engagement ceremony. The bright yellow sunshine color totally complements the subtlety of the wearer.

You can re-create this look with Pure Elegance pretty yellow sharara paired with a quirky orange embroidered kurta with an equally dazzling orange sheer net dupatta. This is a must-have for auspicious festive, haldi ceremony and daytime events. 

Image Courtesy: 1. Pinterest, 2. Pinkvilla, 3. Amazonaws, 4. Pinterest

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