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Designer Sharara’s This WEDDING SEASON (2022)

by Uneeb Khan
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Sharara suits have been popular since the Mughal era. Northern India is where it is most well-liked. Sharara attire consists of a short kurta, a dupatta, and pants that are fitted at the waist and flare outward at the end. The adaptability of the sharara is one of the reasons why people adore it. This stylish ensemble is always in style, whether it’s for a formal event or a laid-back party.

Wedding season is quickly approaching, and I’m sure you’re browsing the web for the newest sharara designs for your loved one’s nuptials. But don’t worry; we understand the situation and have you covered at all times.

Let’s admit it, we all are Bollywood fans here trying to fulfil our fancy Bollywood dreams !!! We all grew up humming and dancing to the groovy beats of the famous song “sharara sharara” and quite evidently our love for the gorgeous fairy beauties has been rekindled lately. Shararas have made a dramatic comeback from the early 2000s and we couldn’t be more thankful for it. Not only is this ensemble a style statement in itself but also a really comfortable choice for those dancer brides.

The bridal wear wardrobe has a fun new twist thanks to shararas. They are classic, elegant, and traditional bridal attire. Since they are so simple to carry, it’s a great silhouette that offers adaptability. Ladies, think that we shararas are here to save you from having to wear cumbersome lehengas if you’re a bride or bridesmaid. Shararas can be worn in a variety of ways to get a stylish yet comfortable look for your event. You must now be wondering how to style sharara.  Do not worry; we are here to assist you.

So without any further ado, Sheetal Batra has curated for you 

1)      SHAIMA – STRAIGHT KURTA WITH SHARARA AND ODHNI

The Shaima ensemble is made in pure silk chanderi fabric and adorned with heritage Kashmiri Tilla Embroidery. It features a zero neck with a placket and three-quarter sleeves. The whole ensemble is highlighted with gota and is finished using a rose pink chanderi silk banarsi fabric. This works well for wedding with a designer touch in sharara.

STRAIGHT KURTA WITH SHARARA AND ODHNI

2)      SHAIMA- STRAIGHT KURTA WITH SHARARA AND ODHNI

The Shaima ensemble is made in pure silk chanderi fabric and adorned with heritage Kashmiri Tilla Embroidery. It features a zero neck with a placket and three-quarter sleeves. The whole ensemble is highlighted with gota and is finished using a rose pink chanderi silk banarsi fabric.

STRAIGHT KURTA WITH SHARARA AND ODHNI

3)      SHAIRA – STRAIGHT KURTA WITH SHARARA AND ODHNI

The Shaira ensemble is made in pure silk chanderi fabric and adorned with heritage Kashmiri Tilla Embroidery. It features a zero neck with a placket and three-quarter sleeves. The whole ensemble is highlighted with gota and is finished using a rose pink chanderi silk banarsi fabric. The Applique of ivory and rose pink adds a touch of elegance to the ensemble.

STRAIGHT KURTA WITH SHARARA AND ODHNI

4)      SHAIRA – STRAIGHT KURTA WITH SHARARA AND ODHNI

A perfect combo for being the bridesmaid and serving the duty rightfully with the right outfit. The Shaira ensemble is made in pure silk chanderi fabric and adorned with heritage Kashmiri Tilla Embroidery. It features a zero neck with a placket and three-quarter sleeves. The whole ensemble is highlighted with gota and is finished using a rose pink chanderi silk banarsi fabric. The Applique of mustard and rose pink adds a touch of elegance to the ensemble. Home

STRAIGHT KURTA WITH SHARARA AND ODHNI

Here are a few styling tips:

  • On current cutting, traditional and customary work is possible.
  • The same is true of worn-out cloth; new cuts and finishing techniques can make it appear new.
  • To get you through a winter wedding, wear heavy-duty shararas with lightweight jewellery.
  • Jewellery can make a significant difference, even if the sharara is not severely worked.
  • Traditional shararas can be enhanced with jhumkas and chandbalis to give them a more regal appearance.
  • The way you wear your dupatta with your sharara will determine how you come across as a whole. Ensure that the dress is easier to see than the dupatta. Pinning it at the shoulder on one side and wrapping it around the hand on the other is the ideal method.

Hope this was helpful and we cannot wait to create more wedding designer sharara looks for you. Happy Wedding! We loved making this for you and hope you love this as much. They are available worldwide and COD is also available, all these kurta styles and much more are available on our website www.sheetalbatra.com or contact us at  +91 98057 29089 or  you can visit our Instagram page as well.

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