Ghararas have a special place in the hearts of Desi women. From Fatima Jinnah to every grandmother of the Indo-Pak region have a special affinity to a gharara. Ghararas have been part of our culture and history for a long time now. Believe it or not, ghararas were a common piece of clothing that women wore daily. It was special in the sense that it was stitched with love and care. Brides used to prefer ghararas over lehenga because of their easy use. It is quite a burden to carry a lehenga while ghararas are easier to handle. A saree, a lehenga, and a gharara were always included in the bridal dress haul.
Though the times have changed and there are many variations available for the ghararas, the sentiments attached to this piece of clothing haven’t changed one bit. Brown women still prefer to wear gharara at their wedding. This beautiful piece that we have here is proof that the fashion of ghararas will never go away. The gharara is beautifully stitched. It is stitched in a way that it will not be a burden to carry it. The shirt with this gharara is peach pink in color and has amazing beadwork embroidered on it. The cutwork done on the organza is stunning and beautiful. The whole front of the dress is covered in embroidery from top to bottom.
Even the beautiful dupatta is a mishmash of color and goes perfectly well with the shirt and gharara. Gharara will make the wearer look prettier. This piece can be worn at a wedding function or worn by the bride herself. The dress is dazzling with beautiful cutwork and fine stitching. The stunning dupatta is a bonus and increases the beauty factor two-folds. The price is also affordable despite the heavy embroidery.