Gharara and Sharara are classic bridal wear for Muslim weddings. Check out these stunning gharara and sharara styles worn by brides.
By Srijony Das
For one of her day wedding festivity, this bride opted for a bright yellow-hued gharara set, detailed with minute embellishments and sequin work.
The bride looks charming in this unique, rose-gold-hued gharara set. Her statement gold jewellery adds the royal oomph factor.
This bride looked every bit ethereal in this stunning ivory-hued gharara set. Her choice of fabric, satin nails the perfect royal vibe.
Red is a colour that never goes out of style. And this bride's red sharara also features a multicoloured edge at the end.
The colour palette of the sharara worn by this Muslim bride brings together pale mauve, royal green and crimson red like no other.
A great choice for morning rituals, this bride looks fresh and glowing in this bright pink and orange hued- sharara set.
Bringing back the old world charm of Islamic bridal ensemble, this bride looks stunning in green-based highly embroidered gharara.
This orange-hued sharara features heavy 'zardozi' and thread work. The bride's choice of jewellery is unmissable.
This bride opted to wear a pastel green hued sharara set, which she accompanied with traditional jewellery pieces.
An uncommon choice of colour, the bride opted for a shimmery silver hued sharara, which she paired with stunning diamond jewellery.
The bride wore a heavy embroidered cream and golden-hued sharara set. Notice its heavy 'dupatta' featuring the iconic 'zardozi' flowers.
The bride opted for a pastel pink-hued gharara set, which simply brings out the bridal glow on her face. With such a heavy outfit, the bride balanced it with minimal makeup and jewellery.
The iconic and every bit royal looking crimson-hued sharara gets an oomph factor with the green and pink hued highlights.
The bride styled her sophisticated white sharara set by dazzling it with a unique choice of 'dupatta', that features 'meenakari' work.
An epitome of being simple yet gorgeous, the bride wears a pristine white gharara, that has detailed embroidery work in gold, all over it.
Another classic white gharara worn by the bride, this outfit gets uplifted manifold with its distinguishable tasselled 'dupatta'.
The bride wore a powder-blue-hued sharara, which she accessorised with gold jewellery. The outfit also flaunts a subtle hint of shimmer, making it a stunner in no time.
Opting for a completely muted bridal wear, this bride wore a pastel pink sharara paired with a pastel green dupatta.
The bride's outfit speaks volumes about everything royal. Her outfit is laden with minute pearl and sequin embellishments.
The bride wore a muted gold-hued sharara, which features sequin flowers all over it. She accessorised it with pearl jewellery.