The perfect blend of tradition, fashion and comfort - an ensemble that is sheer elegance, aesthetic and the ever gorgeous, shararas suits have been an integral part of everyday attire of Muslim women in the country since Mughals brought Shararas to Indian subcontinent back in the 16th century. Though they are said to have a Lebanese origin. Over time, it became a cross cultural ethnic wear receiving tremendous love because of its versatility and effortless style. This great three-piece outfit made up of a kurta, flared pants and a dupatta create a wonderful silhouette. The star of the show is the unique pants; slightly hugging at the top, with a seal at the knees and a ruffled flare at the bottom. They give the dreamy appearance of a Ghaghara while being comfortable. With elaborate motifs, brilliant colours and a dash of modernity, shararas are easy to carry, have regal flair, and a classic blend of embellishments for those looking for an alternative from the mainstream heavy lehengas.
Shararas have been in vogue over centuries. A blend of colours, designs and patterns make them the most liked ethnic wear amongst the ladies all around the globe. Over the years, Bollywood and its leading women have contributed significantly to the ongoing popularity of this royal dress. This iconic allure is reintroduced to our wardrobes in every age, from Meena Kumari to Sara Ali Khan. This traditional piece got a bit of a casual touch after Anushka Sharma wore one in 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil'. Now Sharara is not just a piece to be worn on festivals and weddings, instead, ladies have taken their styling game by incorporating it into the glitzy realm of parties and other social occasions.
Even without accessories, the appeal of this royal attire is evident, yet it is usually enhanced by some simple jewellery. Shararas are typically worn with 'Passa,' a hair accessory from the Mughal era that is pinned to one side of the head and is a little bit wider than maang tika. However, women who prefer to keep things simple yet attractive sometimes choose to wear it with a simple yet stylish piece of jewellery, such as a pendant set. Continue reading to see how to match this basic, stylish, and edgy look with various Sharara set patterns.
Dangling Tassel Pendant for Shararas with Crop Tops
The most recent modification Shararas have undergone is the substitution of the usual kurta for a crop top. A more sensual twist on the conventional Sharara to gracefully display the toned curves. To complete the breezy amazing look, swap out the bulky earrings for a delicate pendant with a dangling tassel. The delicate dangling tassel pendant complements the crop top while keeping the overall look contemporary.
Stone Pendant for Peplum Shararas
Bollywood actresses' most renowned and adored airport appearance is a peplum Sharara. Peplums with a v-neck solid print and a star-approved design that emphasises the waist curve take the outfit to a new level when worn with a pendant made of stone. A dark coloured pendant draws attention to the peplum and is a terrific way to showcase panache in full swing.
Diamond Pendant Set for Long Sharara Suits
Traditional Sharara sets' extended version, Long Sharara suits are an elegant combination that often includes a straight long kurta and the traditional flared pants. They are a new style to attempt. With a touch of culture, the mixture appears stunning, and when diamonds are added, its beauty soars to new heights. To stand out from the crowd, wear long Sharara suits with colourful or basic diamond pendants.
Stud Pendant Set for Sharara with Cape Tops
Shararas with cape tops have a lovely silhouette that adds a contemporary edge to this classic outfit. A one-shoulder cape Sharara gives you the western look that can easily draw attention at gatherings or even on dates. Pairing it with a stud pendant set with a stud earring will just complete the sleek look without taking attention off your attire.
Pearl Pendant Set for Sharara with Power Jackets
Pairing the Sharara with a power jacket to achieve the boss babe look is probably one of the most popular combos. Shararas with jackets appear elegant and ethnic, whether they are the same colour or a striking difference. It effortlessly helps you stand out. What else could be as powerful and elegant as pearls to join the party? Rose gold-plated pendants with solitary pearls offer the perfect amount of flare to the ensemble.
We all know that by this point, every millennial must be singing the song "Sharara," picturing their favourite celebrity wearing it, most likely Deepika Padukone in Bajirao Mastani. This versatile attire, a majestic allure has seen it all. Travelling over centuries, surviving tests of time, it has been adaptive of trends, Shararas come in various designs and patterns, and all of them are very well complemented with lovely pendants. Check out Blingvine's wide selection of pendant sets for women to rock your fashion queen persona.