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    Teal Blue Net Sharara Suit with Dupatta
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    was $196.07 Special Price $156.86
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    Baby Blue Net Sharara Suit with Dupatta
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    Royal Blue Net Sharara Suit with Dupatta
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    was $160.55 Special Price $128.44
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    Steel Blue Net Sharara Suit with Dupatta
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    was $128.86 Special Price $103.09
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Ethnic Indian outfits are loved by every Asian women. Since the fashion industry keeps evolving every now and then, the demand for salwar suits are constant. Whether you’re looking for a Diwali dress, wedding dress or any other festival, an ethnic outfit with any shade of blue is highly preferred by women. Blue is the symbolism of tranquility and yet makes you feel royal. Blue is a color loved by all kinds of women, whether they prefer warm tones or soothing shades. Because of psychological reasons, Blue tends to create a cool effect on your body as well as on the minds of the people who glance at your outfit.

If you’re a salwar kameez lover, you’ll know how comfortable it makes you feel and how graceful it looks. Amongst all the Indian outfits, a dark colored salwar kameez, for example blue makes you look slimmer as compared to other dresses. People with a healthy body can opt for a salwar suit. If you are looking for a perfect ethnic outfit, you can get them from retail shops or online from e-commerce stores where you can get ample number of options to choose from, be it a blue salwar kameez, cotton salwar suits, anarkalis etc. These ethnic outfits are present in a wide range of sizes, colours and styles to suit everybody.


The Sharara is yet another beautiful variantof Salwar Kameez. It is a three-piece outfit with pants that have flared bottoms. The Shararas are a lot like the Patiala suits. However, they have full, flared bottoms that resemble an open umbrella. Shararas are of floor sweeping length and generally worn alongside short Kurtis. It would addup to more glam if you adorn yourself with a matching attractive dupatta. During the occasion of weddings, two dupattas will enhance your beauty and grace; one can be worn as a shroud on the head and the other as a drapeon the shoulder. The Shararas have been originated from the Gharara suits, which are somewhat more extensive and flared toward the end. The main distinction between Shararas and Ghararas is that Ghararas are joined over the knee. The whole dress is more often than not finely adorned with many-sided zari, stonework, sequin work, Parsi weaving, beadwork, and so forth. You can without much of a stretch buy best Sharara suits of your choice from our online store, Fabanza.