Sharara Suits for the Fashionista in You
Sharara suits have been a part of the Indian fashion scene for ages. It was worn by women in the court of Oudh. A sharara is also known as a Farsi pajama and consists of wide pants that imitate the look of a lehenga or ghaghra. A sharara suit ideally consists of three parts namely, the kurta, the wide-legged pants, and a dupatta or veil. Today, shararas are popularly worn during wedding ceremonies or for particular festivals and have permeated cultural divide as women from all religions and regions flaunt a stylish sharara ensemble when the occasion calls for it. If you are planning stylish outfits for your friend’s wedding, then you can opt for a sharara suit for women. You can buy an ideal sharara suit online from online shopping sites like Flipkart that host a range of designer sharara suits from brands such as Fashionuma, W Ethnic, Rustorange and so on. However, before you shop for a sharara set for yourself, here is a quick look at the type of suits you can find online.
Sharara vs Gharara
A sharara is designed after the flare and look of European gowns, hence the legs are flared from the waistline to the bottom. A gharara, on the other hand, comes with more drama. It is form-fitting from the thighs to the knees and then flares out from the knees. A great example of a gharara set in recent movies belongs to Sara Ali Khan’s yellow gharara set in Kedarnath.
Frock Style Kurta with Sharara Pants
Now, that we have established the differences between a sharara and a gharara, let us take a look at the different style of sharara sets. You can pair a frock-style short kurta with sharara pants and complete your look with a dupatta. Such a look is reminiscent of the golden era of the Nawabi culture. If you are planning to attend a day time semi-formal event, you can opt for a simple cotton sharara set with a bold-coloured frock-style kurtis , printed or embroidered sharara pants and contrasting dupatta. If you are dressing for an evening event, you can opt for kurtas and palazzo pants with sequins or beadwork.
Long Kurta with Sharara Set
Long kurta and sharara sets can look graceful and elegant, even give the illusion that a person is wearing a skirt instead of comfortably divided pants. If you are attending a wedding, you can opt for a dark coloured long kurta that is decorated with zari work, or has intricate beadwork and pair it with a golden sharara along with a net dupatta. Complete your look with large jadau earrings, jadau haathphool and maang tikka and you are ready to make heads turn wherever you go.
The above mentioned are a few types of sharara suits available in the market. However, with fashion being all about re-imagination, confidence, and individuality, you can mix and match to create your own sharara set that will help you stand apart from the crowd. So, go ahead and shop for your look today.
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