Easy, breezy, stylish! The traditional shararas serve every need that a girl needs.  Whether it is at a party or a wedding. When your BFF is getting married we all know it’s more of a ‘Ghar-ki-Shadi’. There is no time to even redo your makeup because your darling wishes you have you just by her side on her D-day. And come-on she is not demanding…She is so jittery and nervous that she needs you all the time beside her. After all, it is her wedding!

However, you don’t want to be embarrassed when the pictures are put and all your selfie angel has gone wrong. Hence you need to wear something that has its own charm and needs little makeup to make you look like a brides maid. That’s where shararas fit in. Right from Deepika Padukone to Alia Bhatt have celebrated the return of shararas in the fashion industry. So why not get a red carpet look for your BFF’s D-day too. Here’s a helping hand:

Bright and beautiful

Colors can be your perfect cheat. It requires less jazz if you wear some bright color and it gives a very happy-cheerful look. It brings an extra shine on your face too.

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You can slay in shimmer if red is not your choice.

Shimmers are perfect for weddings. Even if you do not like the red, pink and scarlet hues they keep you right in the spotlight. They are bling and looks classy. A jhumka to pair with and you are good to go princess.

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Pastel colors are new ‘evergreens’

No matter how many pastels you have in your wardrobe the need of a new one doesn’t end. Sling bags, shoes, heels, tops, oh gosh what not! But have you given a thought how cool a pastel sharara would look? Just think!

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Off shoulders are ethnic too

An off shoulder sharara can be the next chic thing for your BFF’s wedding. They look damn sexy for a reception night especially if its a summer wedding.

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Seize Mastani’s grace

Deepika Padukone look dropped us dead with her gorgeous looks in Bajirao Mastani movie. Anju Modi made sure that Depu looked no less than a Rajput princess. And weddings are the perfect time to steal her style. Go for the Mastani look and you will pull it off with aplomb.