10 Shararas To Dazzle In For Your Bridal Trousseau

10 Shararas To Dazzle In For Your Bridal Trousseau

Stand out from the crowd as you swap your lehenga for these gorgeous sharara sets from Estie Couture

ARTICLE BY : Arushi Sakhuja


As wedding norms are changing with time so is the fashion. Brides today are more accepting of silhouettes other than the lehenga, whether it is draped saris, Indo-Western picks, ball-gowns or sharara sets. Voluminous, playful and comfortable, shararas are a great alternative to the classic lehenga set. They marry comfort with a feminine flair, and there's something truly special about twirling in a sharara set. The old-worm charm of this Mughal era silhouette will add grace to your bridal wardrobe. Bonus? Designer options work seamlessly for almost every occasion, from pujas to wedding functions, and they won't be just lying around in your closet.

As you get ready to walk your way down the aisle, let this be a small reminder that you can broaden your horizons and create your own fashion trends. Because there is no hard and fast rule that you have to wear a lehenga or a sari for the nuptials. Get experimental and add some drama to your D-day ensemble or at least pre-wedding functions with these statement sharara sets from Estie Couture.

1.Epitome of Elegance

The Indian Bridal Company brings together mesmerizing mirror work with traditional gota patti to create a feminine sharara set. Lightweight yet stylish, this set truly has an alluring appeal for a day ceremony.
The Indian Bridal Company, Blush Pink Sharara Set, £551

2. Earthy Tones

Abhinav Mishra is the master of mirror work detailing. And when mirror work and velvet come together, a regal outfit is created. So if a royal look is what you're after, add this dazzling emerald green number to your cart.
Abhinav Mishra, Green Sharara Set, £1,493

3. Ravishing In Rani Pink

Who says red is the top choice for wedding celebrations? Ravish in raspberry with this Sakshi Khetterpal silhouette that breaks away from the norms. With tone-on-tone delicate embroidery, this is the ideal option for an intimate pre-wedding event.
Sakshi Khetterpal, Raspberry Rose Sharara Set, £457

4. Eternal Grace

Ethereal and pristine, white truly has a calming appeal about it. If you prefer a colour palette that is anything but loud, Astha Narang offers the perfect choice. Put together with dainty embellishments and feminine fabrics, you will look straight out of a fairytale in this sharara set.
Astha Narang, White Grey Embellished Sharara Set, £947

5. Mellow Yellow

It's the colour of the season, and adding it to your wedding wardrobe is essential. Be it a mehndi ceremony or a pre-wedding puja, Esha Koul's yellow gota patti sharara set has the right amount of oomph and glamour.
Esha Koul, Yellow Gota Patti, Sharara Set, £301

6. Scintillating Beauty

Ridhi Mehra's creation Shirin will perfectly complement the coy bride. If you're someone who likes to keep it on the down-low yet stay on-trend, a pastel colour sharara set like this one should be on your radar.
Ridhi Mehra, Shirin Sharara Set, £1,128

7. Quirky Pick

Who doesn't love fusion wear? Are you a bride who likes to take the drama factor up a few notches? Then turn up the quirky element and channel your playfulness with Masaba's chic green blossom off-shoulder sharara. Adding a fun twist to the dupatta is the fray and tassel detailing.
Masaba, Green Blossom Sharara Set, £226

8. Contemporary Flair

An alluring attire that will flatter your body, this cherry red Indo-Western sharara set by Nikita Kanodia Gupta draws attention like no other. Oozing modernity and confidence, this creation has made us fall in love.
Nikita Kanodia Gupta, Cherry Red Western Sharara Set, £359.99

9. A Feminine Radiance

Looking to make a statement without burning a hole in your pocket? Then Chhavi Aggarwal sharara is just the right choice for you. Look no further than this embellished peplum top with a flared pants for an intimate celebration and festive occasions later.
Chhavi Aggarwal, Pink Sharara Set, £387

10. Minimalistic Spin

We say yes to less is more. As weddings get smaller, you may want to tone down the extravagance of your ensemble. So if you're inching towards this feeling, Azuli by Nikki brings you just what you need.
Azuli By Nikki, Ivory Hakoba Sharara Set, £470


Tags : Estie Couture  Sharara  Bridalwear  Indian Fashion  Indian Bride 
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