Shine In Sharara…

If you are an avid enthusiast of ethnic wear and follow the trends circulating in the fashion circle closely – we are pretty sure you know what we are talking about already. Shararas and Ghararas are back in vogue and how! Be it a simple day at work or your best friend’s S ceremony, both these styles have become a go-to ensemble for many fashionistas out there.

Now although the Sharara and Gharara are quite similar when it comes the overall look. However, they have exclusive designs and are tailored differently. The Sharara, first and foremost, consists of a kameez that can be both long and short in length along with a dupatta. The pant is the highlight of this ensemble with multiple layers of flared fabric falling in ruffles over each other while carrying zari or embellished gotas.

The Gharara is a more toned down version of the same. The kameez or the kurta is usually a short one with a dupatta along with loose pants that are cinched at the knees. This causes the hemline at the ankles to dramatically flare out, giving an illusion of wearing a skirt. The gota at the knee is generally embellished or sports magnificent zari work as well.

Now although the Sharara and Gharara are quite similar when it comes the overall look. However, they have exclusive designs and are tailored differently. The Sharara, first and foremost, consists of a kameez that can be both long and short in length along with a dupatta. The pant is the highlight of this ensemble with multiple layers of flared fabric falling in ruffles over each other while carrying zari or embellished gotas.

You can flaunt a simple printed version of Sharara and Gharara for a comfortable office fit, a mildly embroidered or zari version for an occasional family function or go all-out regal with heavily embellished and studded versions available at Taruni to have the spotlight on you for the entire evening.

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Published by Amrut Attire Guru

Staying alone in a big city, I am writing for all those women who struggle to balance their responsibilities at work and at home.

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