From quirky to traditional, from monochrome to colour block, here are a few ravishing sharara deigns to give you ideas for that best Eid look.
This red hot sharara, Sonakshi Sinha donned for Kalank promotions is both chic and traditional.
Deepika Padukone's bottle green solid sharara with heavy neck embroidery is #goals.
Alia Bhatt in a royal blue monochrome experiment, donning a sharara under a saree, is just what you need for your Eid outfit.
If you want to try something other than kurti over sharara, try a crop top paired with a shrug and sharara, like Sonakshi Sinha here.
Frills for sharara?
White sharara with detailed minimal motifs, to shine like a 'Tara'.
This Astha Narang pastel sharara is truly a delight.
How about a velvet sharara like the one Anushka Sharma wore in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil?
When in doubt, go with a monochrome red velvet sharara. The classiest bet.
Or if you wanna try something new, take inspiration from Tamanna's quirky black sharara with a traditional embroidered top.
Drooling over Kareena's ethereal sharara.
I want to steal Alia Bhatt's sharara collection that she wore for Kalank's promotions.
Nita Ambani's pastel sharara with a shimmery touch is absolute perfection.
You must have gauged our bias toward pastel shararas by now.
Lime green is the new pastel, one could say.
Shilpa Shetty's black gota-patti sharara to make sure you turn heads.
Or an off-white one if you so desire!
Darzi wale babu, mera sharara bana do.