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Peach puff Lucknowi Embroidery Designer Palazzo Suit with Digital Print Dupatta swt8006

5,500

Pale Green Lucknowi Embroidery Designer Palazzo Suit with Digital Print Dupatta swt8007

5,500

Deep Sky Blue Lucknowi Embroidery Designer Palazzo Suit with Digital Print Dupatta swt8003

5,500

Light Blue Lucknowi Embroidery Designer Sharara Suit with Digital Print Duppata swt8009

5,500

Dark Falsa Designer Style Garara Suit (SWT- 6005)

Bottle Green Designer Style Garara Suit (SWT- 6002)

5,500

Light Pink Lucknowi Embroidery Designer Sharara Suit with Digital Print Dupatta swt8004

5,500

Pista Lakhnavi Silk Embroidery Designer Suit (SWT-8005)

5,500

Light Peach Lakhnavi Silk Embroidery Designer Suit (SWT-8006)

5,500

Light Green Lakhnavi Silk Embroidery Designer Suit (SWT-8007)

5,500

Orange Lakhnavi Silk Embroidery Designer Suit (SWT-8008)

5,500

Sky Blue Lakhnavi Silk Embroidery Designer Suit (SWT-8009)

5,500

Steel Blue Designer Style Palazzo Bridal Suit swt6104

6,530

Dark Navy Blue Garara Style Bridal Suit swt6311

5,280

Fogy Wine Aari Work Palazzo suit swt6303

6,940

Light Yellow Designer Pakistani Gown Suit swt6409

4,500

Dark Purple Designer Pakistani Garara Suit swt6408

4,500

Bright Yellow Designer Jacket Style Pakistani Garara Suit swt6405

4,600

Light Green Designer Style Palazzo Suit swt6402

4,000

What is Sharara(Gharara)?

gharara (Urdu: غرارہ, Hindi: ग़रारा, Bengali: ঘারারা) is a traditional Lucknowi outfit. At present, Ghararas is in vogue, and women cannot have enough of this exquisite ethnic designer’s clothing. The gharara style consists of a kurta, a dupatta, and wide-length trousers that flash dramatically from the knees. It’s a traditional Lucknowi dress, and women tend to wear this high-quality glam outfit for parties such as Eid and weddings. The cuts are feminine and completely fetching. The fact that the look is in vogue can be seen by the fact that the models are shaking down the ramp in this trendy.

Roots of Sharara

Women of the Mughal period shone in an elegant and shining gharara. Mughal women chose to wear a gharara dress on royal occasions. These gharara pants originated in Uttar Pradesh, also known as the Awadh area. The gharara pants revived their fashion fervor in the 1970s and 1980s, mainly due to the flood of Bollywood movies. Although it’s always been in vogue, it kind of took a back seat in the late 80s and has seen an increase in the trend in recent years.

Sharara Fusions in the Modern Era

Gharara is a millennial update in the new lingo. It’s a pair of well-structured pants that are tailored close to the body to the knee and flare out at the knee or a little above the knee. It’s not as common, maybe because it can be a tough silhouette to pull off – fit-and-flame is not everyone’s cup of tea.

Pajamas or pants underwent a lot of testing, so you will see a lot of differences in pajamas-like pants. The Bottom wear Farshi pajama is loose on the thighs, and the ruching is a few inches below the knee, where the flare starts, almost skimming the surface. So the name of Farshi (floor).

These ethnic styles are enhanced by exquisite crafts such as intricate zari, stones, thread, sequins, zardozi, and beadwork. The Mughal period saw the rise of the work of pure gold and silver on these ensembles. The most widely used fabrics for making sharara and gharara are silk, chiffon, net, velvet, rayon, and cotton blends.

You’re going to get the most trendy dresses in their sleek and snazzy avatar. Fashion designers and craftsmen at Patel Brothers are reviving their skills to add an ultra-glam touch to these designs.

If you’re looking at a glam and fashionable replacement for tried-and-tested Lehenga choli, Anarkali suits, Salwar suits, this wedding season, then offer yourself a beautiful gharara. The most recent gharara designs can be worn by various body types. So whether you’re curvy or short, you can make the most of this style by beautifully enhancing your curves.

You may also determine the size of your kurta according to your whim. Many women prefer to wear short Kurtis or crop tops with their gharara, to let your stylish gharara do all the speaking. But many Tinsel town beauties choose to wear a longer version of the kurtas, and this adds a certain degree of sophistication to their look. Patel Brothers offer a stunning and snazzy range of gharara designs. They come in vivid and bold colors and even attractive pastel shades.