Wedding Season Look #2

misstalkaholic wedding look

If you had a never-dying love for the ethnic wear then my wedding look #2 is for you. The year 2017 brought us the flashback of traditional Sharara (gharara) style into a completely new and distinct design and hopefully, the trend will carry on this year too. Sharara is one of those dresses that distinguish one from the crowd. Sharara lehengas are highly preferred even by brides-to-be for their marriage functions.

The newest emerging trend of Sharara pants gave us the richness of the fashion in its own way. Sharara pants are worn with the varying length of tops, mostly knee-length or lesser than that. Lots of flares and fall of these gharara dresses make them worth loving. Preferable choice of fabrics for gharara’s would be chiffon, silk, or satin zari for me. In today’s blog post, I am wearing a Sharara which is way old yet new.

This beautifully adorned black and golden gharara with a true traditional flavor belongs to my mother. She wore it 33 years back in her marriage. The fabric and shine of this gharara are still intact, which proves she kept the dress with tender care throughout these years. I absolutely fell in love with this piece as soon as I laid my eyes on it and I couldn’t wait any longer to put it on, so I grabbed it. This classic bottom is perfect to be worn in your wedding function.

Do share your views on my look and style. Do you like the sharara dresses or not? I look forward to hearing your opinion on this traditional wear.

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