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.

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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'.

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This Astha Narang pastel sharara is truly a delight.

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How about a velvet sharara like the one Anushka Sharma wore in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil?

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When in doubt, go with a monochrome red velvet sharara. The classiest bet.

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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.

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Seriously, guys.

Nita Ambani's pastel sharara with a shimmery touch is absolute perfection.

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You must have gauged our bias toward pastel shararas by now.

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Lime green is the new pastel, one could say.

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Shilpa Shetty's black gota-patti sharara to make sure you turn heads.

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Or an off-white one if you so desire!

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Darzi wale babu, mera sharara bana do.