Sharara Suits and our top 7 picks
Remember the baby pink Sharara pants paired with a noodle strap cropped blouse and dupatta donned by Kareena Kapoor in the song Bole Chudiyan from the movie Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham? Well, obviously we do, because that created a huge stir. That was 2001. Jump cut to 2018, Shararas made a comeback for good, and why not?
Comfortable and chic with an added dose of sassiness, designer Sharara Suits are a great choice for either your own wedding occasions or the wedding parties you get invited too. It is also a great festive outfit choice. Like other Indian designer suits, they too come in different fits and styles.
Sharara Suits are a kind of designer Asian suits which are three-piece ensembles featuring a long or short kurta, a dupatta and a Sharara. Sharara is a wide-legged, flared pant, which fall in ruffles over each other, while carrying embroideries, embellishments or zardozi gotas.
Difference between Sharara and Gharara
Shararas and Ghararas are ‘silhouetically’-distanced cousins, as in their difference lies in the silhouettes. While both are flared pants, gharara has a fitted silhouette from waist to the knee, and just above the knee sits a band, where the cloth is gathered to create a flare, till the toes, and that is absolutely breath-taking.
Latest Sharara Suits You Should Totally Try!
Red Silk Sharara Suit with Sequin and Swarovski embellishment
What can be better than a gorgeous red silk sharara suit to wear to wedding ceremonies? All over the kurta, the rich and detailed embroidery is done with thread, tassel sequin, tassel, and Swarovski’s. The attire comes with an intricately embroidered Silk Dupatta and Sharara. If you do not want to opt for a red suit, there are other colours like Navy Blue, Magenta, Dark Green, Teal Blue available too.
Silk Organza and Net Mustard Yellow Foil Mirror Embellished Sharara Suit
The kurti made out of fine silk is embellished with foil mirror work that adds a rich texture to your outfit, making it all the more glamourous. The style comes with a matching yellow net bottom and matching net dupatta with an intricately designed border.
Embroidered Sharara Suit in Nude colour
With an angarkha style kurti, embroidered neckline and waistline with mirror and ghungru tasseled dori and long sleeves adorned with beautiful zari and thread embroidery with sequins and stone work, this Sharara Suit talks high of Indian outfits and the enriched handiworks. The Sharara Suit comes with a matching chiffon dupatta that has stone work and a golden border. Accessorise your outfit with a traditional pair of earrings, maang tika and may be a necklace.
Gorgeous Steel Blue embellished Sharara Suit in Net
Look striking and absolutely gorgeous with a combination of golden zari work and sequin embellishments all over on this gorgeous, steel blue straight cut kurta having beautiful tassels to tie at the back. Throw on this beautiful soft net gota work dupatta with sequin detailing borders and matching designer sharara.
Just gorgeous Dark Mustard Suit in Silk
This exquisite outfit is in silk and has a beautifully embroidered short full sleeved Kurti with an embroidered high neck jacket. The jacket paired with this has a sleek border with elegant mirror and gotapatti embroidery. Isn’t it just gorgeous! It is teamed with a matching chinon dupatta with silver lace border and shantoon shararas with zari, gottapatti embroidery. Elevate your look with a pair of earrings and traditional, oversized maang tika. For this outfit, you can also choose not to carry the dupatta.
Light Mint Zari Embroidered Peplum Sharara Suit
This amazing Sharara Suit would make a stellar addition to your closet because of its exquisite light mint shade and embroideries. Crafted using the finest fabrics for unmatched looks and comfortable wear, this stylish v-neck kurti with peplum silhouette blends just perfectly well with the flared sharara bottom.
Floral embroidered Net Sharara Suit in Navy Blue
This round neck and full sleeve attire has the perfect blend of tradition and contemporary styles. The A-Line net kurta is embellished with heavy embroidery and diamond work and is made doubly pretty with a matching net stitched Sharara with beautiful diamond work, net dupatta with diamond work and shantoon inner. Accessorise your look with elegant kundan meena jewellery or sleek and minimal cocktail jewellery and you are ready to hit that special party.
So, this was our take on Sharara Suits. For the next party, just grab a pretty Sharara Suit and don’t forget to shake a leg to “…Sharara Sharara, main hoon ek sharara…”