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Exquisite Sharara Suits: Our Top Picks

The Pastel

A festivity full of joy and fall vibes topped with sumptuous feasts and decor, saunter through the celebratory verve in pastel hue imbued with gota grace and enchanted thread notes. Pick this embroidered sharara suit set featuring intricate thread embroidery crafted on fin georgette fabric, the ensemble consists of a short sleeveless kurta, a layered sharara and a gota-lace dupatta. Grace up the ensemble with exquisite pair of jhumkas, an embellished clutch and a pair of heels or mojaris.

Imprints and Lace:

Epitomise your festive and celebratory verve with a tinge of fall sunshine essaying lots of warmth and memories. Pick this khari block printed sharara suit set crafted in mellow cotton fabric set on a merry-yellow palette and underlining delicate lace detail. The graceful ensemble consists of a knee-length kurta, a flared sharara and a printed dupatta, further amp up the look with an oxidised pair of jhumkas and ring along with a pair of comfortable mojaris.

The Pink

An ode to the shades of festivities and celebratory affairs filled with fall feels and joy. Adorn the soirée with this zari embroidered sharara suit set in a pastel pink palette crafted in sumptous silk fabric. The splendid ensemble consists of a knee-length kurta, a foil print sharara and a gota-lace dupatta, further elevate your festive look with a traditional selection of accessories like jhumkas and embellished potli along with a pair of comfortable heels or mojaris.

Palatial sequins
and purple:

Delve into fall festive felicity brimming with opulence and grace weaving memories to cherish and celebrate. Adorn this splendid georgette sharara suit-set washed in lush purple fabric featuring intricate thread embroidery and sequins. The palatial ensemble consists of a peplum embroidered kurta, a foil printed sharara and a matching dupatta, festoon the ensemble with a statement choice of accessories like chaandbalis and embellished potlis along with a pair of heels or mojaris.

The Gilded

Indulge into the magnolious festive eves decorated with fall vibes and starlit feels festooned jewel tones and whimsy floral notes. Grace up the celebratory evening with this georgette sharara suit-set in a palatial green palette featuring intricate ari embroidery. The magnificent ensemble consists of a short kurta, a flared sharara and a matching dupatta, do up your look with minimal jewels, embellished potli and a pair of contrasting mojaris.

Here are a few FAQs in context with Sharara ensembles that might help you choose your right fit:

  1. What is the difference between sharara and gharara?

    Sharara is a pair of flared pants that are completely loose around the legs and feature impressive flares and are often adorned with sequins, beads, zari or gota patti, they can be A-line, circular or panelled and are often referred to as lehenga pants as well. Whereas, gharara is fitted from the waist to the knees. At the knees, there's a wide band of zari or gota where the fabric is ruched or gathered to create an impressive flare. You can explore a wide range of both sharara and gharara suit sets on Libas site.

  2. How many types of sharara are there?

    There are wide ranges of sharara designs to choose from, a few of the bestselling on Libas site are:
    Pleated Sharara
    Multi-layered Sharara
    Full flared Sharara
    Ankle length Sharara
    Frilled Sharara
    Tulle Sharara
    Frill trim Sharara
    Heavy border Sharara.

  3. What is a sharara dress?

    Sharara suit sets have been an integral part of Indian fashion, it was curated during the mughal era and was worn by the women in the court of Oudh, sharara is also known as lehenga pants or Farsi pyjama. The ensemble consists of three parts namely, the kurta, the flared or wide-legged pants and a dupatta often crafted in sumptuous fabric featuring handcrafted detailings. Explore a versatile range of sharara suit sets on Libas site for upcoming weddings or festivities.

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