Do your wardrobe a favor, take cues from your favorite Bollywood Bombshells and get these Shararas this Festive Season
Millennials and their obsession with “Sharara-Sharara '' can be attributed to the track that every 90s kid tapped their feet to at every party they attended. There was a time when all we wanted to was don our Shararas, shine silver bindis on our foreheads, and look for our “Jimmy Shergill”. (Some of us still are, btw)
Eventually from the TV screens, the look took to magazines, and eventually every Indian Household Weddings. Now, it’s been over twenty years since the track was released, and finally, Gen-Z and Millenials are in agreement over one thing– “Shararas Are The Moment”.
You’re only human and you also want to ride the bandwagon and buy one of these sartorial pieces of clothing, right? Consider this a tale of Shararas and the only guide you need to buy your favorite item.
It doesn't matter if you resonate with the amped-up aesthetic, or if toned-down fits your bill, there’s something for all of us here.
So let’s dive in, shall we?
Who said the grandness of Banarsi can only be obtained through Saris, Shararas do the job with equal caliber, if not better. Pour it at your Pooja Ceremony, and reserve it for your friend’s wedding later.
Go for shararas which are body-skimming towards the torso, and then above the knee, ripple a breathtaking tale of flares while you twirl.
To elongate your demeanor, we’d advise a belt-like embroidery right before the peplum starts to demonstrate its dazzle. Not only will this enhance your curves, but also assist in giving you a leaner, taller, and slimmer illusion.
We’d recommend keeping your hair open and letting a pair of statement studs do the talking.
Take cues from Yami Gautam and Kiara Advani who are fans of this aesthetic. The 3-D effect on these ensembles solidifies the regal possession, and will make your wardrobe eternally grateful that you blessed it with such a statement-piece
First off, choose a hue that savors your aesthetic. We’re talking ivories, corals, lilacs, beiges, and more. You get it, right? Now since we’re keeping our narrative subtle, and minimal, we might wanna avoid fabrics all drenched in embroidery. In fact, we’re gonna be going for the patterns that let the simplicity of the silhouette breathe.
We will however recommend you give your lips a crimson red makeover. Get Alia Bhatt to your mood board and you know what we’re talking about. As Vogue says, “Carefree does not mean casual”, and this demeanor promulgates the quote, as an ordinance.