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Sharara Kurtis: Blazing The Ethnicity With Grace


The origin of Shararas can be dated back to the Mughal era. With the Mughals, the trend of Sharara also immigrated to India. Royal women used to wear Sharara and since then it became very famous among Muslim women. Shararas are the prototypical ethnic outfit, famous in Pakistan and India. It comprises of enormously flared pleated pants with kurti and dupatta. It gives a dazzling look, which acts as a cataract to enhance your personality. Sharara Kurtis are of floor sweeping length, which can be conjoined with either one or two dupattas. If using two dupattas, one is used as a veil and the other one is used to cover the shoulder.

Reemergence Of The Shararas:

After the Mughal era, the trend of the Shararas faded away with time. But during the 1970s and 1980s, Bollywood movies bestowed to the popularity of the attire immensely. The Shararas are embellished with fantastic zari and sequins work and are further embedded with beads and stones, and other patterns. In Pakistan, it is worn with short length kurtis accompanied by a dupatta. In India, the translation of the fashion has taken a huge leap. It is worn with a choli, keeping the midriff bare, which gives a sensuous look. This appearance can be transformed into a traditional look by draping the dupatta across the shoulder like a pallu.

Amaze The Crowd With Your Stance:

Sharara kurtis are mainly worn in dazzling occasions, especially in weddings. Muslim brides have a particular knack towards this attire. Now with the modernization of fashion, Northern Indians have also started to wear Shararas in the ceremonial occasions. However, sarees, anarkalis, kurtis, can be worn on a daily basis with few alterations, but Shararas can't be worn for regular use. Since this outfit is decorated with heavy thread works, splendid embroidery with beads and stones, along with other designs and patterns, they should be preserved very delicately for special occasions. Light works of embroidery, thread work, simple sequin works can be worn in parties.

Don't Follow The Trend, Be The Trendsetter:

New designs and cuts are being introduced by the designers. Dynamic talents are coming up with innovative ideas, so ravishing that with every outfit they are winning millions of hearts. A twist to the conventional attire increases the eminence of it by many folds. To keep the attire dazzling, it is ideal to wrap it in a paper and store in a cool and dry place. As the Shararas are stitched in regal fabrics like- velvet, silk, brocade, it should be dry washed after every use for preserving the piece of art as ravishing as it is.