Teej is just around the corner and we are sure you must all be prepping up for the celebrations. The much-awaited festival of the year is celebrated with zeal all across the country.
This is the time when women dress up to their best, carry new clothes, get henna on their hands, wear new bangles and pray to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.
Women dress in beautiful ethnic wear for the festivities. This season, shararas have taken over the festive market and can be a good pick for your Teej party.
If you have been hunting for some fashion inspiration for your Teej get-together then this is the guide for you.
A lot of your favourite Bollywood divas have donned sharara sets in the past and you can take some notes here to curate your whole look. Read on.
Brocade Yellow And Pink Sharara Set
Brocade holds a special place when it comes to festivities. If you don't have a budget to buy a new one, you can use your old brocade, silk saree to get a set like this one tailored.
Team your look with a contrasting silk dupatta. As brocade itself is a very OTT fabric, you can go light on your makeup and jewellery just like Bebo.
Alia's Beige Cotton Sharara Set
If you are someone who doesn't like to go OTT, this cotton set donned by Alia Bhatt can be your inspiration. Sets like these can be worn not just for festivities but also for casual outings. You can invest in a new set like this one or just get matching sharara pants if you have a fancy kurta at home.
Though Alia Bhatt kept her look too minimal, you can amp it up with some silver jewellery. A stack of bangles and jhumkas would instantly lift up this look. Round off your look with kolhapuris or traditional juttis are you are good to go!
Karisma's Shimmery Red Short Kurta And Sharara Pants
Typical traditional clothing not your calling? Take cues from Karisma Kapoor's red kurta sharara set. The peplum kurta didn't give a very traditional look so it will work for you if you wish to take the trendy route. Her flowy sharara pants also had embellishments.
When you have a set like this one, you would want to flaunt its intricate work so you can go sans a dupatta. Also, a good idea to keep your jewellery minimal with sets like these to let your outfit do the talking.
Sara's Floral White Sharara Set
For a promotional event, Sara Ali Khan picked this heavy embroidered sharara set. Her kurta had beautiful floral embroidery and it was teamed with a matching sharara and dupatta.
Her kurta was short and sleeveless and her sharara was flared. If you have a thing for OTT embroidery and motifs, a set like this one can be your pick.
Sara Ali Khan's look was completed with a pair of floral earrings.
Sets like these can be worn for wedding parties and festive get-togethers. You can re-use the heavy kurta with simple bottoms like cigarette pants, churidars on days you don't want to go just too heavy.
Shilpa's Mirror Work Sharara Set
If you have a mirror work saree lying in your closet for ages now, it is time to revamp it into this chic sharara set. Get a short kurta tailor-made and team it with matching pants. You might have to buy more fabric to curate the final set but it will be all worth it!
If your fabric is more subtle, work upon your accessories, team it with a fancy choker, colourful bangles, a statement ring, jhumkas and you are done. These sets can also be worn for wedding events and other festivities throughout the year.
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