A Muslim bride is radiant in whichever attire she chooses for her Nikaah, be it salwar-kameez, lehenga, or the classic sharara-gharara. The sharara boasts voluminous pants which exude a great deal of elegance, while the gharara stands out for its meticulous tailoring. Its trousers are fitted from waist to thighs and flare out above or at the knees with pleats and other embellishments that highlight their design. For added charm, finely crafted got work, beads, and embroidery adorn the demarcation between them, lending it an artistic flair.
As the Gharara is such an iconic look, we thought we'd share some of the most fabulous ghararas worn by Muslim brides. It's a rainbow of colours, styles, and most importantly, the oomph! This style of wedding dress is totally our cup of tea! We recommend incorporating one for your wedding trousseau! Check out our favorite looks and maybe that will help you decide!
The Heavenly Blue
The short kurta with goldwork and the exquisitely embroidered gharara pants make this ensemble simply divine.
Madness in magenta
Make a statement in this stylish gharara set with its cream silk top and magenta gharara pants with gold zari embroidery and work.
Elegance with a soft touch
A gharara outfit in cream with gold embroidery and work is stylish!
Lady in Red
With its bold gold embroidery, this gharara set evokes the traditional red of Indian brides!
In love with this turquoise gsharara set with gold needlework and zari. It features delicate pink and gold embroidery and zari work. The flared pants border is also pink for that zingy effect.
Red and gold
The bridal gharara set with a red top and gold pants with heavy gold embroidery.
This stunning rose gold gharara set features more heavy embroidery on the kurta, giving it a nice balance with its flared pants.
Crème de la Crème
This alluring shade of cream has delicate silver zari work and semi-precious stones, as well as zari polka dots.
It comes with a heavily embroidered short kurta and flared magenta gharara pants. Match it with a long veil and you've got a stunning bridal outfit!
The brides have blown our minds with their gorgeous sense of style and flair in these ghararas! Which one is your favorite?
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