Skip to content
Styles of Shimmering Sharara – A Beautiful Blend of Both Worlds

Styles of Shimmering Sharara – A Beautiful Blend of Both Worlds

on
https://www.bunaai.com/collections/lehenga-sets

Tradition never goes out of style. Especially so now, that everyone is mixing traditional elements with modern pieces creating exceptionally beautiful contemporary clothing styles. Whether it’s your typical laal jhumka with that palazzo or sneakers with that pastel lehenga, mix and match seem to be the slogan of this season. And no other attire can better combine both classical and modern elements, better than The Sharara.

Enter – The Sharara

Remember how dreamy Deepika Padukone looked in a gorgeous emerald green suit during her wedding week? And how can we forget how Mastani looked absolutely mesmerizing in the song ‘deewani mastani’. Girls, that is a Sharara- A short kurti, paired with a dupatta and flared flowy bottoms similar to the modern-day Palazzo. The sharara has been around for a very long time. It is said to have been originated during the Mughal Period, and just like the remnants, we see they are still beautiful and majestic as ever. Well, no matter if you are of royal descent or not, the sharara will truly make you feel like a princess. This three-piece ensemble is one which has never gone out of style. With the sharara appearing on the big screen around the late 1990s and early 2000s, they only became more popular among the newer generations. The sharara is even gaining fast popularity in the Southern parts of India, to where it was once a stranger.

All that glitters is gold

The beauty of the sharara is how stunning it looks even with simple fabric and gentle designs and embroidery. But girls get ready because we are taking it one step further this season with our SS 2019 Collection!

Nothing makes a style statement more than a shimmering sparkly ensemble. And no, we are not telling you to go covered in glitter from top to bottom. Balancing different elements in your outfit to achieve the desired level of ‘oomph’ is the standard approach taken by stylists world over. And that is what you can do for yourself. So, here’s how you can create your own, and work the shimmering styles of a Sharara (without looking like you fell into a barrel of sequins).

1. Choose your fabric

The first step is to choose your fabric. You need to consider the kind of shimmer you are going for, and then need to think about what fabric it would look best on. Different fabrics handle the weight of applique differently. Think movement and flow of the fabric.

2. Choose your shine

There are a lot of options available. Mirrors, sequins, beads, or even a combination of these on classic thread embroidery – you can choose any or all.

Think about ‘how much’ and ‘how long’ you plan to shine. So even if it’s your cousin’s sangeet or your own wedding reception, think about the outfit theme you are going for.

You can add sparkle to  A) Kurthi. B) Dupatta and pants. Or if you are feeling a bit adventurous, C) your whole outfit.

3. Now accessorize!

Get ready to turn heads and hypnotize! Let your inner princess shine and reflect on the mirrors and sequins of Your Sharara.

Sold on the idea of a sparkly sharara? We’ve got you covered at www.bunnai.com

    Related Posts

    Decoding The Ethnic Wear Color Palette For The Season
    April 12, 2024
    Decoding The Ethnic Wear Color Palette For The Season

    ...

    Read More
    Bunaai’s Style Stars: Influencer And Celebrity Fashion
    April 05, 2024
    Bunaai’s Style Stars: Influencer And Celebrity Fashion

    ...

    Read More

    © 2024 BUNAAI . ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

    Drawer Title
    Similar Products