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Keep It Stylish with a Sassy Sharara Design and Avoid Getting Weighed down by a Heavy Lehenga on Your D-Day

If you’re looking for a wedding ensemble that’s cool, classy and super comfy, consider a Sharara! For inspo check out our real brides who found the perfect Sharara design for their wedding functions.

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If you don't want your bridal lehenga to weigh you down, consider a gorgeous, stylish and a comfortable sharara design to oomph up your D-day style. Sharara combines the comfort of pants with a flared look, which creates an illusion of a lehenga. Depending on your choice, you can pair it with a long kurta, a short jacket, or even a crop top! You can have your pick of the lot from different patterns, colours and styles. In fact, there’s a unique sharara design for every bride - right from plain, printed, to the heavily embroidered ones.

So, if you are a millennial bride who prefers comfortable fashion, pick a sassy sharara and give those bulky lehengas a break! Taking cues from our real brides, you can choose a sharara design that suits your taste and personality.

1. Go Big On Pink

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This bridal sharara in soft pink looks so chic yet comfortable! Perfect pick for a day wedding. And all that flare at the bottom with golden Gota work make for an effortlessly beautiful ensemble. Embroidered sharara with straight kurta and heavy dupatta can be your saviour if you want to keep it minimalistic yet festive.

Styling tip: Choose light or pastel hues like coral, beige and mint green, etc., to add a bit of class and poise to your wedding outfit. Besides you can also experiment with sleeves to add a little bit of drama. To complement the sharara design, you can opt for dewy makeup in hues of pink with an elegant hairdo. In terms of jewellery, depending on the occasion, you can team it up with a Maang Tikka or a Matha Pattii, a neckpiece, Jhumkas, and some bangles.

2. Gorgeous Green Sharara with Golden Work

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An embroidered short kurta paired with sharara pants makes for the most comfortable yet elegant ensemble. This chiffon sharara set is apt for your pre-wedding functions and especially for the destination or summer weddings. If you want to hide some flab, then too, this sharara design is a great choice.

Styling tip: This sharara style with soft colours and light embroidery is all about delicate looks. So pair it with floral jewellery or something very basic. Choose soft tones for makeup with bold lips. For hairstyle, you can either choose a waterfall braid, fishtail braid or even a side plait.

3. Yellow Sharara Is The Way To Go

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Are you looking for a sharara design for your Mehendi function? In that case, this vibrant yellow sharara is not only a clever choice but also very dramatic. The lightweight Gota work on flared bottoms is making the ensemble look rich and festive. The outfit is so breezy and comfy that it’s giving the bride ample room to enjoy her function.

Styling tip: To complement the look, you can either go for braids or soft curls. Makeup should be subtle with focus on eyes and lips. In terms of jewellery, options are immense. You can either wear a layered necklace or something in pearls will look elegant too. You can also choose a short frock kind of style with this sharara.

4. Killer Red and Gold Sharara

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The classic combination of red and gold is pretty popular with bridal outfits. This bride has paired her sharara pants with a long kurta; however, you can experiment this look with an elegant gold crop top or a jacket.

Styling tip: You can be experimentative with this style. Flaunt it with a backless kurta or a halter-neck blouse. To complement the look, you can choose shimmery makeup with an elegant hairdo. In terms of jewellery, pair this look with an elegant Maang Tikka and heavy Jhumkas or Chaandbalis.

5. Nawabi Orange Gharara

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Gharara, a popular Lucknowi outfit, dates back to the era of Nawabs. If you want something unique for your pre-wedding function, choose Gharara. This bride has selected a vibrant orange, and blue Gharara set for her engagement function. The captivating colours and unique style is making her look like a stunner. To add more bling, you can also pick a Gharara with embellishments or Gota work.

Styling tip: Maang Tikkas and even a Passa complement a Gharara like nothing else. Keep the jewellery and makeup subtle to balance out the look. A classic hair updo, a messy side bun or even soft curls will complement the Nawabi look.

So, if you are a bride-to-be who’s looking for an outfit that's feminine, flattering and fashionable while being comfortable, go for a classy and festive sharara design.

Which one is your favourite sharara design? Drop your word in the comments below.