Ghararas have always been a part of Indo-Pak history. Gharara is the peak of Eastern dresses. Everyone’s grandmother once wore ghararas. If not grandmother, then your great grandmother would have been found of ghararas. Everyone or some people wore a gharara stitched by their grandmothers in their childhood. We all have on childhood picture where we are wearing gharara. This is the legacy of us brown women that we wore gharara once in our life. Now that we have talked about nostalgia, it is quite fascinating to see that the ghararas have made a comeback in fashion. The stitching of this gharara isn’t as good as your grandmother’s, but it’s close. This particular piece can be worn on any mehndi function or a barat function. It is fit for both days and will look great on the wearer.
The black color was once thought to be the color of mourning; it is not the case anymore. The shirt of this dress is black, and that makes it a perfect background for the colorful mishmash of embroidery. The black color highlights the colorful embroidery. The front of the shirt is heavily embroidered and looks pretty stunning. The sleeves of this dress are also embroidered. The contrast of the black shirt with maroon gharara is gorgeous. A traditional Desi braid with flowers in it will complete the whole look effortlessly. Heavy jhumkas look pretty, and the mehndi look is not complete without the addition of them jhumkas.
The dupatta of this dress refreshes the memories of chattapatti. Different colors are stitched together within the dupatta. This rainbow color dupatta goes really well with the heavily embroidered shirt front. This dress will look good on anybody. Even though the embroidery is heavy and it is a difficult task to stitch a decent gharara, the price of this dress is affordable.