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Know how sharara sets are stealing hearts and epic ways to style them

Sharara set, women, styling, saree, Lifestyle


Do you always feel you’ve entered a wedding hall the moment you open your social media feed because there are so many people getting married and engaged? Because it’s the wedding season, you need to prepare because you can get a wedding invite at any moment. 


Stop attending virtual weddings and attend a live one because it’s raining weddings everywhere. Instead, this wedding season, vow to steal the show by turning up in one of the best wedding gear. Don’t know what to wear? How about sharara sets for women? These ethnic ensembles have taken the wedding season by the storm because they are a fusion between your good old traditional dress and a lehenga choli. 


If you want to opt for an easy-breezy look at your BFF’s wedding, sharara sets for women will do complete justice to you. Because they are so easy to carry and hassle-free while you're dancing your heart out at the wedding, sharara sets for women are a top choice that the ladies are making these days. 


If you’ve got a chic sharara set in your wardrobe, we show you unique ways to style them. So instead of wearing your sharara in the most cliched way, why not give your traditional look a modernised tweak with our styling? 


  1. A saree look: If you think a saree is too much for you, how about giving your good old sharara a traditional twist by wearing it in a saree style? As usual, you can wear your sharara pants, pair them with an embellished crop top, and style your look with a saree pallu. This look will give you the illusion of wearing a saree.
  2. Pair it with peplum tops: Pair your sharara pants with a cute embellished peplum top for a modernised look. If your look is too heavy, you can go sans a dupatta. The flared peplum top and a flared sharara pants will put all the other gowns to shame.
  3. Layer it with a jacket: If you want to be a total diva at your cousin’s wedding, your regular sharara set can be layered with a chic jacket. You can pair your sharara pants with a nice crop top or an embellished bralette and layer your look with an embellished jacket for a boss lady look.
  4. Style it with a corset: Want to be the centre of attention at the wedding? How about going all bold by pairing your sharara pants with a matching embellished corset top? You can carry this look as it is or layer it with a traditional jacket.
  5. Cinch your look with a belt: Belts are the most under-rated accessory when it comes to traditional wear. You can pair your sharara pants with a traditional long kurta and cinch your waist with a designer belt. You can even opt for a corset-style belt, which is all the rage these days.


These are the best ways to style your regular sharara sets for women and become a game-changer at weddings.






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14 Comments

  1. You are right. Few months are like that when there are so many celebrations. And it feels good to see variety of outfits. I have never worn a sharara. Honestly, I need to update my wardrobe. And for that I will have to make a India trip soon. Will keep your tips in mind.

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  2. I recently got a sharara set for my daughter. She loved the ease of wearing and carrying it and with such hot summers, it is perfect for functions as well. I liked your idea of styling it like a saree.

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  3. I am a huge fan of Sharara Sets and have donned the same on my brother's wedding recently. They are definitely show stoppers

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  4. These are some great styling ways which can uplift your sharara look. I really likes the belt option, would love to give it a try for sure. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Strangely I have never worn a sarara set but would live to try, seeing the again emerging trend.

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    1. Try once and your beautiful pictures with us.

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  6. Styling sharara in different style is surely a good way to add charm to the same dress and it gives a completely new look.

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  7. My wife has a lot of sharara sets in her closet but I wonder why she doesn't wear them anymore. Your styling tips are definitely on point; I loved your idea of pairing with peplum tops.

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