Flaunt These Shararas In The Next Summer Wedding


The temperature in summer is really tough to handle. And in addition to the torture of the weather, comes the problem of handling our heavy lehengas at weddings. The thought of wearing an enormous lehenga can be terrific. But don’t worry, there’s still a way in which you can look beautiful with much comfort. The new trend which is going around the town is—Sharara! It has proved to be the best mixture of comfort with the look of elegance. Since the Mughal period, Shararas have proved themselves to be a sign of royalty. For your next wedding function, here are our top picks for you to choose from. 

1. Royal Gold

Kiara Alia Advani

When it comes to colour gold, the more you wear, the more royal your look is. Try this golden look inspired by our millennial girl Kiara Advani. With minimalistic jewellery, this look is purely surreal.

2. Red Velvet

Alia Bhatt

Just like our favourite cake, you will definitely love this sharara collection from our favourite designer Sabyasachi. Look how Alia Bhatt is carrying out this blood red velvet sharara with statement earrings.

3. Go Pastel


With the changing time, you can also see the change in the preference of colours. Gone are the times when only dark colours were considered gorgeous. This summer wedding, go pastel and wake up that diva in you.

4. White On Fleek


Check this imperial white coloured sharara with flower embroidery by Sukriti & Aakriti. You can pair this up with a Kundan neckpiece in your sangeet or mehendi ceremony.

5. Indo-Western

Komal Pandey

Give your traditional wear a new look by pairing this with a crop top. This can be the perfect outfit for your mehendi ceremony. Team your outfit with heavy jewellery and dark makeup.

6. Brighter Than Sun


If you love flaunting colours with your outfits, here are some inspiration for you. Choose these quirky and bright colours for your next function.

7. Addicted To Black

Model Wearing Sharara

If you ever get stuck in deciding which colour you want; put everything back and go for black. As they say, “Black is always elegant” and will never disappoint you.

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