The history of shararas can be traced back to the Mughal times. In eras left behind, these flared, wide-legged pants were paired with ornate short kurtas or embellished long kurtas and topped with a beautiful dupatta.
The sharara is an essentially ceremonial outfit! But these days, more contemporary and casual options have come up so that women can sport them for any occasion.
If you are bored with lehengas and sarees or are looking for a grand yet uncommon outfit option for a wedding related occasion, you can definitely go for the sharara-kameez duo. How?
51 Shararas Design ideas – style it perfectly!
1. Dark Teal Blue Sharara
2. White Casual Sharara
3. Turquoise and Pink Silk Sharara Suit
This beautiful sharara set is a perfect attire for bridesmaids. The kurta is in solid color with silver horizontal stripe patterns on the sleeves. The dual-tone dupatta flaunts silver floral patterns.
4. Bright Yellow Sharara Set with Self Embroidery
5. The Orange Bridal Sharara
This beautiful orange tone sharara with an embellished net dupatta is perfect for functions like engagement, sangeet or even reception.
6. Fluorescent Green and Fuchsia Sharara
7. Vegetable Dye Cotton Sharara
8. Floral Peplum Top With Sharara
9. Light Lavender Bridal Sharara
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This unique sharara in a light lavender fabric is fit for bridal purposes! The sequin and stone work is stunning!
10. Sky Blue Zardozi Embellished Sharara
11. Layered Sharara Bottoms
12. Red Phulkari Bridal Sharara
13. Sharara with Halter Neck Kameez
14. Beige Contemporary Sharara
15. Light Blue Party Wear Sharara
This light blue sharara comes with a unique dupatta flaunting orange and dark pink patch work. The kameez boasts pom pom details.
16. Rust Sharara Set with Zari Work
This smart and elegant sharara set comes in a unique rust shade and boast gold zari embroidery.
17. White Floral Peplum Sharara
18. Zigzag Patterns with Sharara
19. Angarakha Sharara
Talking about fusion shararas brings us to this one! Pastel mint shade is combined with silver and gold embellishments on a sharara bottom and an angarakha-style kurta.
20. Grey Embellished Sharara
21. Baby Pink Casual Sharara
22. Mehendi Green and Pink Sharara
This sharara comes with a sleeveless kurta and attractive and pink and gold horizontal lines near the hemlines. This attire may be sported by the bride too in any pre-wedding function like the mehendi or sangeet.
Its a perfect mehendi ceremony outfit.
23. Pistachio Green Sharara
24. Pastel Pink Floral Sharara
25. Wine Purple Anarkali with Sharara
26. Sea-foam Green Sharara with Pompom Details
27. Beige Party Sharara
Have a party to attend? Or are you going for a reception evening? This beige sharara is perfect for the glam guest look. It uses fabrics like net and georgette to give a very sleek silhouette. Sequin and stone embroidery is used.
28. Pink Floral Sharara
29. Lime Green Sharara
30. Stone Blue Sharara
31. Indo Western Sharara
32. Embroidered Sharara Suit
33. Light Pink and Wine Purple Sharara
34. Benarasi Sharara
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35. Floral Printed Sharara
36. Zari Work Shararas
37. The White Bridal Lehenga
This exotic white sharara set is great for brides who don’t necessarily have to sport red on their wedding days. It boasts silver zari, sequin and thread embroidery as well as mirror and gotta-patti work!
38. Vintage Moss Green Sharara
The sharara is a traditional piece of clothing. It is one such outfit which has remained quite unaltered since centuries. So, the vintage look goes really well with this attire. This light moss green sharara with embroidered silver zari embellishments and a high neckline is just that!
39. Mint Green Sharara
40. Embroidered Green Sharara Suit
41. Blue and White Fusion Sharara
42. White Tiered Sharara
43. White Casual Wear Sharara
44. Blush Pink Sharara
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45. Grey Blue Sharara Set
46. Pink Mirror Work Sharara
47. Light Peach Tone Sharara
48. Mustard Sharara Suit with Phulakari Dupatta
A mustard yellow long kameez is paired with straight sharara bottoms in the same shade. A beige georgette dupattais paired with the set. The dupatta displays traditional phulkari motifs in a myriad colors.
49. Lilac Sharara Suit
50. Sleeveless Mustard Brown Sharara Suit
51. Yellow Traditional Sharara
This is a perfect Haldi Ceremony Outfit.
What is the Difference between Shararas and Ghararas?
This is a widely asked question! Let’s get your doubts cleared today.
Shararas are wide legged bottom wear, often flared – much like our contemporary palazzos, only wider! They usually have a straight or A-line cut. If you wear a really flared sharara bottom, all the gathers together create the illusion of a skirt.
On the other hand, ghararas are a more traditional cousin of shararas.
Ghararas originated in ancient Awadh! While sharara bottoms may be paired with both short and long kurtas, gharara outfits quintessentially consist of a short kurti and a wide-legged bottom wear that is ruched a little over the knee level or at the knees and then flares out below. Gharara bottoms usually always come with rich embellishments like zardozi or zari work.
Conclusion – Sharara Suit
An embellished sharara on a wedding-related occasion would never fail to impress! These outfits are comfortable, easy to carry and also very high on the glam factor. Get in touch with us to get a beautiful sharara customized for you.
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