7 Shararas to Draw Inspiration From

It’s time we acknowledged the overwhelming influence of Sikh and Muslim influence on our bridal clothing. From gorgeous embroidery to ornamental zari work, there is a lot that shararas bring to a wedding outfit. In their uniqueness, they set the bride apart from the crowd of lehengas and saris, making sure the spotlight stays on the woman of the hour. 

So, ladies, if you’re on the lookout for a sharara special for your own big day, here are 7 of them to draw inspiration from!


Pretty in Pinks 

There’s nothing quite like pink to bring out a woman’s innate beauty. The shade can be paired with gold, silver pastel blue and even bronze to render it regal. 



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Mesmerising Mint

Mint is so underrated. Between the obvious selections of blues and red for a wedding, this mild shade that has so much to offer gets overlooked. But here’s your chance to put it under the spotlight with a touch of the unique!


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Willowy White 

For lases who tower over them all in their lanky frame, there is nothing quite like simplicity to make your mark with. We’re talking soothing ivory embroidered with gold. It offers a bride immense elegance and grace and also keep things extremely classy. 


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Regal Reds

Game of Thrones might have breathed new meaning into the words ‘Red Wedding’, but at Taarini, we just love our brides in scarlet. The shade is lush, rich and regal to the final stitch. Paired with gold, it is one of the most devastatingly beautiful ensemble a woman can wear on her wedding day. 


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Black, bold and beautiful 

Black is beauty and anyone who tells you otherwise has clearly steered clear of their wedding couture. Lavishly embroidered black shararas are all the rage with iconic designer Sabyasachi Mukerjee so emphatically bringing them back. How would you like to look like a drop dead gorgeous model on your wedding day? Take yourself out shopping for a black ensemble! 


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This list is the just the tip of the iceberg. There are myriad style and colours to choose from. If you thought shararas were just a glittery ornamentation, then think again. With fashion designers going

all out, there is everything from Plain Jane to Golden Princess for you to pick. So, you’re definitely spoilt for choice. But, who’s complaining? Get shopping, brides!

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