We bet you agree when we say that women love flaunting their ethnic side in traditional wear. If you are bombarded with tons of invites to festivities this year, we recommend you ditch the cliched lehenga choli and dresses for a sharara suit.
Sarees are also an ideal traditional wear but if you think wearing a saree for a wedding, which won’t allow you to shake your leg with ease, you can opt for a sharara instead. The best part about wearing a sharara is that it gives you a royal look while also helping you remain comfortable while you break into a dance.
Sharara suits have become so popular these days that even the top Bollywood celebrities have not been able to resist wearing this iconic traditional fashion piece. With their team of professional stylists in tow, celebs have a unique way of rocking sharara suits. If you want to break from the usual way of wearing a sharara, we suggest you seek styling tips from celebrities.
Give it a saree look:
Wearing a sharara suit in the same old way can become monotonous, especially if you have a tow of festivities to attend. To rock a sharara in different ways for different looks, you can give it a saree look like Kiara Advani. Instead of carrying the dupatta on one shoulder, you can drape it to give an illusion of a saree. Secure your dupatta by tucking one end in your sharara pant and draping it across your body, leaving it hanging from your shoulder, like a saree’s pallu.
Play with the peplums
Pre-wedding festivities are the perfect occasions to rock a flirty look, so we suggest you rock a peplum top that can be paired with your sharara pants. You can either opt for a heavily embroidered peplum top and solid sharara pants or rock both the parts in matching prints. You can pull off this look with or without a dupatta.
Layer with a jacket
If you want to show who’s the boss, add a blazer to your sharara suit. Nothing screams ‘chic’ like a matching blazer to your ethnic look. But for more drama to the look, you can place the blazer over your shoulders instead of wearing it in the usual way. But for a more traditional approach, you can let go of the blazer and opt for a matching jacket instead.
Style it with a crop top
If you’ve got washboard abs, you’ve got to flaunt it by wearing your sharara pants with a matching crop top. An off-shoulder or sleeveless crop top with a plunging neckline is a drool-worthy look to vouch for if you want to go bold this festive season.
Accessorise with a belt
A belt is a fun way to accessorise any ethnic look, so why not apply the same to your sharara? Whether you’re wearing a long jacket or your top is a bit longer than usual, you can wear a nice belt to create an hourglass silhouette.
These are the best celeb-approved ways of styling a sharara suit this festive season.