10 Trendy Shararas To Update Your Festive Closet With
When it comes to dressing for the festival of Diwali your options are endless; from anarkalis to sarees, lehengas and suits — but how about giving your traditional outfit a facelift rather than opting for the regular options? And how is it that you’re going to achieve this task you ask? Well look no further than the trendy sharara — it’s been doing the rounds at many fashion weeks this year and rightly so!
Shararas offer much relief to the fusion dresser because they give you the appearance of wearing a lehenga due to their flared silhouette even though they are actually pants. Fashion phobics need not worry, because there is a huge difference between the ghararas that were in trend a decade ago and the shararas that are trendy now — ghararas are extremely flared out after the mid thigh and can be extremely unflattering on Indian body types but the shararas these days have a better understanding of the pear shaped body and offer much length to the shorter beauties. Get trendy with short kurtas or even an off the shoulder crop top and loose the dupatta if you can because this look is modern and extremely dramatic.
Dressing in fusion wear is fun but what if you want to achieve that perfect line between western-inspired and traditional? Shararas offer you much versatility in getting that look because all you need to do is seek the ones with a border or simply add a medium length kurta with a high side slit and embroidered dupatta and you’re ready for your runway debut! Feel free play designer by mixing and matching fabrics, lightweight fabric shararas can offer more drama eveytime you take a stride. Don’t forget to give the look an ethnic touch with jhumkas or chaandbaali earrings and at least a pair four inched peep toe pumps — the more length boost you get, better the shararas look.