Shararas are the new Anarkalis as they are comfy, elegant, and simply too attractive. They are just the right Indian traditional attire to look stylish at weddings, sangeets, festivals, and more. With fashion designers having a field day, there are so many designs and patterns of the sharara online today. This definitely answers your question, yes the famous shararas have made a comeback!
Over the past few red carpet events so Bollywood divas have also been seen donning the sharara. They are an excellent addition to your traditional wardrobe, so well worth the money.
That being said, here are some interesting tips and tricks to style yourself at your next dress-up event.
Enjoy new layering styles
What do you think of a charming aqua blue sharara suit that is further enhanced with intricate golden embroidery all over? Wouldn't you be a stunning sight to look at adorned in that beauty? Now pair it with net gharara bottom and an elegant embroidery bordered net dupatta. Complete the look with a pair of matching or contrasting heels and complementing jewelry and be party-ready for any wedding or festive occasion. Even though this sharara has a jacket like feel you can try layered shararas with actual jackets that are gaining popularity now.
The sharara with the frills and thrills
A breathtaking multi embroidered salwar kameez with frilled sleeve details and a flared and embroidered net gharara bottom- this is one of the most sought after ensembles when it comes to ethnic shararas. No doubt, as any attire with ruffles are selling like hotcakes right now. This one is an A-line long kameez but you can go a little rogue with frills and instead opt for a short straight kameez which will give an equally enticing look.
Flaunt the heavy embroidery and rock the red carpet
A sharara is as it is an ensemble meant for special occasions. So if you are buying a sharara online for a special wedding ceremony, don't be afraid to pick the one that boasts heavy embroidery and stonework. The design pattern of this red golden embroidered sharara suit comprises beautiful traditional zari, sequence, and thread embroidered on a straight cut kameez and net embellished gharara bottom and shimmering lace bordered net dupatta. Style it up further with golden heels and statement gold jewelry.
Try merging the Anarkali style and Sharara
This Anarkali styled embroidered sharara suit is the beautiful offspring of two iconic traditional styles that are Anarkali suits and Shararas. This fusion is very much in style with its soft georgette Anarkali top and georgette embellished flared sharara bottom. This attire is embellished with ethnic hues of zari, resham thread, and stone embroidery work which is what makes it so desirable.
Don't shy away from offbeat styles
Apart from the traditional sharara suits, there are plenty of experimental styles that you can buy online. This off white embroidered indo-western style sharara suit is one of our favorites and it contains all the ethnic hues of zari, resham thread, and stone embroidery. The straight cut top with front keyhole detail is crafted from soft georgette top and is paired with georgette embellished sharara bottom. Wear this one at any festive occasion with simple heels and minimalistic jewelry and a statement headpiece for the ultimate desi vibes.
Shararas are known to offer a majestic feel and these styles are more than capable of making you look like a diva. Which style did you like the most? Let us know in the comments.