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Trending Wedding Sharara Styles That All the Brides and Bridesmaids Need to Buy Rightaway

From traditional to contemporary, we bring you various wedding sharara style ideas you can wear on different occasions.

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The wedding season is almost upon us, and if you are the bride-to-be or a friend or sister of the bride looking for some ideas for wedding sharara, we have got you covered. From a typical lehenga sharara to unconventional styles, there is one for everyone. And why just the big day, you can also wear the lighter version of these designs for pre-wedding festivities like engagement or mehndi. Keep browsing and be ready to get introduced to the exhilarating world of wedding sharara that is not only a perfect fix for all the brides who are tying the knot anytime soon, but will look equally stunning on the sister of the bride-to-be or her dozen bridesmaids.

Shararas in itself is a festive feeling and a happy emotion stirs up whenever you put it on. Don't we already feel dance ready? To bring on the festive mood in fashion and at the same time make a statement that will be remembered by all, you will need unique designs that are still in Vogue.

So, girls take a look and choose one or multiple wedding shararas and look like a dream this wedding season!

Classic Wedding Sharara Designs

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1. Choli Sharara

Regardless of whether it’s your own wedding or of someone you might know, you cannot go wrong in a typical sharara with a fitted blouse. Petite girls can take advantage of pairing the sharara with a short choli to enhance their curves. Just make sure to carry the right lehenga dupatta to elevate your style. She flaunts the contrasting dupatta colour in green with her otherwise yellow sharara and the choli as seen in the picture and god oh god! The intricate embroidery in her ensemble is everything wow we can think of!

2. Shararas with long cholis

When it comes to a wedding sharara, the one with a long shirt is the top choice for many especially for the brides with envious height. The long length of the kurta will help to enhance your taller stature. Consider a sharara with full embroidery near the hem with an embroidered full-length dupatta.

3. The Gharara

A traditional Lucknowi outfit, a wedding Gharara is basically a broad legged flared pant paired with an ethnic kurti that reaches marginally above the thigh area. And of course, an embroidered dupatta completes the look. Think rich fabrics like brocade for a glamorous and royal appeal. 

4. Chatpati Gharara

For brides looking for something different than the regular wedding sharara can opt of a Chatpati Gharara. It is a traditional gharara made using fabrics of different colours sewn in a particular pattern. However, due to the hard work, dedication, and skill required for this kind of outfit, these Ghararas are usually quite expensive.

Unconventional Wedding Sharara Styles


5. Sharara in pastel shades

One trend that is breaking all kinds of traditional bridal outfit rules is the trend of pastel colours. Shararas in colours like light blue, pink, green, off white and peach, adorned with gold or silver embroidery will not only make you look stunning but will also give you a little breather from those heavy and dark colours that surround the wedding festivities.

6. Printed sharara

Give your pre-wedding festivities a stylish fashionable twist with quirky printed shararas. Wear the flared trousers with a tucked in fitted top and bridal ballerina flats. Not only will you score high on your sense of style but this simple and minimal ensemble will keep you comfortable throughout the event.

7. Plain sharara bottom

Believe us or not, a plain neutral coloured sharara pant with a kurti with heavy zardozi work or intricate embroidery will make you stand out in the crowd. Add to it a golden clutch to complete the look!

Fabrics for Sharara Pants


8. Net sharara

For pre-wedding functions like mehndi, a net sharara with weaved kurti will make you look stunning. Depending on the colour of your fabric, you can opt for silver or golden Dabka work weaving. The pastel coloured net sharara that she carries in the picture, frames the bright and happy yet gorgeous looks of the woman. She enhanced the look with a silver stone-studded maang tikka and she also has adorned beautiful drop earrings along with it.

9. Silk sharara pants

Dare to wear your sharara a little differently? Go for a silk sharara pant in your favourite colour and pair it up with a fitted crop top. Wear it for occasions like a cocktail party and we promise you will be the head turner.

10. See through lace sharara

For occasions like a cocktail party, a sharara pant in see-through lace will look stylish and glamorous at the same time. Wear it with a knee-length top and high heels. A very modern version of a traditional outfit. Isn’t it?

11. Velvet sharara pants

When talking about fabrics for wedding outfits, how can we miss out on velvet? For a royal look, get a sharara pant made in velvet fabric. You can choose to keep it plain or get it adorned with embellishments.

How to Style a Wedding Sharara?


Not sure how to style those flares? We share some quick tips with you. Follow these tips on how to style your wedding sharara the right way to look even more spectacular! 

  1.    Shararas should either be worn with heels or should be altered to your height. Make sure to leave an inch on the hem so that it does not crumble at the bottom. This also gives you more length to look taller.
  2.    If you are going to wear a sharara that is too heavy on embellishments, consider wearing your hair in a sleek ponytail. You can finish the look with supersized earrings. Also, keep the makeup low.  

Shararas have undoubtedly become an integral part of an Indian wedding trousseau. And we can’t agree more after going through these wedding sharara designs. So, pick one of these stunning wedding shararas and throw in some stunning accessories that not only bring out the beauty of your outfit but also suits your personality! 

What do you think about these ideas? Would you prefer to wear a sharara to a wedding? Let us know through comments.