Brides, here are 10 Must-have Sharara Designs for Your D-day

Brides, here are 10 Must-have Sharara Designs for Your D-day

 

Not sure if you want to wear a lehenga on your big day? We hear you. While the go-to outfit for weddings is a lehenga, brides today have a plethora of options they can pick and choose from!

 

Well, as a bride, you put in a lot of effort into finalizing your wedding outfits. From boutique hopping, to browsing magazine, Instagram pages of designers, bookmarking lehenga designs on Pinterest to finally losing your mind when you cannot finalize the best wedding lehenga – the idea of a perfect lehenga or D-day outfit can remain elusive.

 

So, ditch the lehenga and check out these gorgeous Shararas that you can pick for your wedding functions. Start scrolling now…

 

1.       Dreamy Baby Pink and Powder Green Sharara

Image Source: Abhinav Mishra

 

This pretty pink and powder green sharara is a fun, light-hearted combination, perfect for a mehendi or a haldi ceremony.

 

2. ‘Drool-worthy’ coral Sharara by Abhinav Mishra 

Image Source: Abhinav Mishra

 

A beautiful sharara in coral with gota patti work on the outfit is great for any daytime function. If you are a bride, you can wear this outfit for a puja, mehendi or even for a ladies sangeet at home.

 

3.   Gorgeous Peach Sharara by Abhinav Mishra’s Mor Bagh Collection

Image Source: Abhinav Mishra

 

This peach-coloured beauty is a must-have in any bride’s list. Wear this peach ensemble with light jewellery and you are all set for your mehendi!

 

4. Dream-like Mint Green Sharara  

Image Source: Recall Pictures

 

Celebrity fashion stylist, Tanya Vohra wore this beautiful mint green sharara for her roka ceremony and we just cannot get over how beautifully she pulled it off! Brides, take notes please!

 

5. Cream and red sharara

Image Source: Art Capture Production

 

A fail-proof combination, the cream and red combination never disappoints! This beautiful bride donned a cream and red sharara with embroidered bird motifs for her mehendi ceremony, and we cannot stop drooling!

 

6. Re-inventing the Classic Ivory and Gold Combination

Image Source: Maha Wajahat Khan

 

This bride just took our breath away! Dazzling us in this beautiful ivory sharara with golden embellishment, she sure made heads turn, and it’s become one of my favourites!

 

7. Pink Sharara by Pakistan’s most diverse designer, Sobia Nazir

         

Image Source: Sobia Nazir

 

This beautiful pink sharara with golden embellishment is a perfect pick for your reception if you are looking to move around a lot and even shake a leg! 

 

8. Sea Green Perfection fit for a Princess

 

 

If you want to look like a princess on your big day, this sea green sharara with heavy embellishments of gota patti and zardosi is the one for you. It will be perfect for your reception.

 

9. Purple Sharara – Elegance personified

Image Source: Zain Ali Photography

You can’t go wrong with brocade and this beautiful, rich purple sharara is the epitome of grace. This bride wore this outfit for her nikah and we cannot stop staring at her!

 

10. Stunning Nude Sharara by Tarun Thailiani

 

Trust the lovely Kareena Kapoor to look her best always! And she doesn’t disappoint in this beautiful nude sharara set by ace designer Tarun Tahiliani she wore for Diwali celebrations. Paired with antique Kundan jewellery, Mrs. Khan always gets it right. This piece is a great option for a mehendi ceremony.

 

Image Source: Pinterest (Unless specified)

 

So, which one would you pick?

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