A Sharara for every occasion

Let us talk about the Sharara! Yes, its back with a bang and ever so gorgeous. It's time to pick the stylish pair up this festive season!

When it comes to pants, Sharara is the party pants of the ethnic wear. The ornate palazzo-style has been a festival favourite for the past while. In fact, Sharara was a staple of Bollywood films, especially in the 60s. If you are thinking about pants that look like lehenga, you are thinking about the Sharara. They are fitted only at the waist and flare out towards the end with a large “ghera”.

It is effortless in style and certainly brings to you best of both worlds, giving you the pomp of the Ghagra with no compromise on comfort. It is usually paired with long kurtas, but short kurtas and even crop tops are on the trend now. These are well-structured pants that are cut close to the body up to the knee and flare up just above the knee or at the knee to give the perfect touch and a lot of finesse.

For the wedding Festivities

Roka, sangeet, haldi, shaadi... Too many occasions and too little to wear? Don’t worry the Sharara has you covered for all of them, starting from the Chanderi in bright colours to Zari karigari, you can retain your fashion essence as well as slay in every last one of them!

If you’re worried about the variety of your looks, we have you covered on that too. You can opt for more toned-down fabrics like cotton for the ceremonies of the day and leave the more heavy and gorgeous pieces for the shenanigans of the night.  

Is your everyday kurta and jeans too tame for the occasion but can’t pull off a saree for the puja? Don’t you worry; the sharara has your back here. Simply pair your favourite kurta with a matching or contrasting sharara and pop on some pretty accessories (jhumkas are a fan-favourite) and you’re good to go.

 A day out, chilling with friends

Pull up your comfiest pair of sharara and top it off with a crop top and put on a long or short jacket, if the weather permits, for a chill day out with the girls; you’d be sure to turn many heads while you’re at it. It will help you get a chic and classy look without trying too hard. Don’t forget to accessorise, though.

Colour Pop

Playing with the colours is an important aspect of experimenting with the wardrobe. While we would suggest not going too overboard with crazy colours, we would surely suggest trying out unusual colours and bold patterns while finding the right match for your tryst with the ever-happening sharara bottoms. On casual occasions you can also pair your kurta and sharara with a classic denim jacket to give you the girl-about-town look.

If you enjoy playing with textures and tones like us, be sure to give pastels and floral shararas a chance.   

For a more indo-western look, you can play with the silhouette of varying styles and combinations. Make sure to always go for flowy fabrics to add to the drama of a perfect sharara experience.

We recommend looking out for tulle, satin, chiffon, georgette or even light cotton fabrics that feel like a breeze on your body, and leaves you feeling like the stunning goddess you are!!

It's time to add shararas to your fashion list and do justice to your wardrobe! Zola's sharara collection allows you to pick the trendiest of ensemble and bring out the festive glow.

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