2000s were a trend of lehengas, the trends changed and Sharara made a comeback. They are comfortable, classy and chic and an ultimate choice for weddings. They are available in a lot of colors, patterns and styles. It is a vintage royal visage that can amplify your desi style and make you look like a goddess. This article enlists the styles of Sharara suits UK dresses ideal for you.
Sharara refers to a wide legged, flared pant that bears intricate designs and decorations. It makes the dress look more like a Ghaghara and can be worn with a short kurta or a crop jacket. It is a perfect combo of lehenga skirts and pants. You can also browse some of the Online Indian dresses at Libas e Jamila, a UK based online store that sells both Indian and Pakistani clothes.
Trends to try
- Short frock with sharara
Sharara dresses are commonly worn with an A line long kurtas but when you wear it with an embroidered short frock, it makes you look really pretty and gives an ample chance for your sharara to shine through. This is one of the most common combinations worn today. You can choose a body hugging embroidered short frock to make the most of this trend. For creating a subtle contrast, wear it with soft colors. Gold and pink are the best choices for a wedding sharara.
- Long kurtas with sharara
Long embroidered kameez or kurti can be paired with sharara pants to make it the most comfortable and a fancy ensemble. If you want to hide the holiday weight, this is the attire you should wear. It is a classic combo worth investing in. You can add glamor to your look by wearing a hot pink sharara and put on an embroidered black kurta.
- Backless kurtas with sharara
You may have a backless top or a blouse, go for a backless kurta this time and wear a sharara with it. This is a pretty and pretty popular combo to wear it on a wedding day. If you want a sexy and curvy look, wear ghaghra instead of a sharara. You can also show off your tan by strutting your skin and keeping it classy at the same time. Keep the complete attire in one color or pattern to make the most of the ensemble.