5 Sharara Kurta Styles To Try This Festive Season

Sharara’s are a good substitute to lehnga’s and skirts. They look feminine and gorgeous and can be done in different styles. Here are a few simple sharara outfits which you can create easily for any upcoming wedding function or festive occasion….

Simple lacework– Plain Georgette and crepe fabrics can be used like this for making a simple sharara set. A mid thigh length sleeveless kurta in princess cut can have a simple lace work at the center front, and the same lace can be used to finish the borders of the dupatta.

Playing with pre-embroidered fabrics– If you are looking for something very ethnic and traditional then go for pre embroidered and embellished fabrics which are easily available at most of the fancy fabric shops. A bit of embroidery over these fabrics, like over the neck area or simple lacework on the hemline will make it a pretty outfit.

Heavy sharara look– Now instead of wearing a heavy embroidered Kurta you can go vice versa and use a heavy embroidered bottom instead. Pair it with a plain or semi embroidered kurta.

Pair it with a fancy kurta– If a typical long length kurta is boring for you then go for a blouse style kurta instead. It will make the whole ensemble look more sexy.

The pleated look– If you want pant style sharara which fits until knee and flares up after that, then choose a pleated style for your sharara. Wear it with an off shoulder kurta.

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