Slay your mughal look with modern touch
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If we look through the past, anarkali and sharara were introduced by Mughals in India. It became one of the main attire for women in the Mughal era. Anarkali was named after the courtesan anarkali who wooed everyone. Anarkali suit is one of the classic and elegant attire that can woo anyone.
In recent years sharara has taken its place in the fashion industry with its amazing designs. At weddings and the festive season, they are fantastic choices for women. Cotton sharara suit sets are popular for a minimal and classy look. Baisa collection has a wide range of anarkali and sharara to slay the look of modern Mughal women.
Zoom Red Bandhej Modal Anarkali Kurta Pant Dupatta Set
This red anarkali kurta set is for any function. The traditional kurta with modern pants is a perfect combination of grace and comfort. The kota silk dupatta will give an ethereal look.
Lily Mulmul Suit Set
Anarkali suit is all about flaring. The 20 pieces of flare will give an astonishing look when you twirl. The contrasting piping in the neck and dupatta is the highlight of this dress. The baby pink colour will give you a different look from traditional ones.
Turquoise Blue Chikankari Embroidery Anarkali
This turquoise colour gives fresh air to traditional colours. The dress is embellished with Lucknowi chikankari work on cotton fabric. The dupatta is hand blocked with bijiya borders that give a breathtaking look to the dress.
Mustard Handbrush Painted Cotton Anarkali
The bright colour of this dress is perfectly adorned by hand brush painting. The dress is perfect for those who adore art. The tassel on the side of the dupatta throws a unique charm. This dress is perfect for wedding functions like Haldi.
Holly Gulzaar Hand Block Printed Anarkali Set
This anarkali kurta pant set gives you a dazzling look. The different types of hand block prints in kurta and pants give a traditional vibe. The kota doria dupatta is jewelled with gota patti work.
Teal Handbrush Painted Cotton Kurta Sharara
The sharara is well-crafted art. Making a sharara took a lot of effort. This teal sharara is embellished with hand brush floral paint. The white floral paint gives a fresh look to the teal kurta. The sharara is flared in three layers, it will give a heavy look to the dress. The chiffon lace dupatta completes the look.
Muskaan Bandhej Modal Kurta Sharara Dupatta
This yellow bandhej sharara is perfect for grabbing everyone's attention with its minimal look. The sharara has full flares. The dress is made with bandhej work that looks amazing. The kota silk dupatta with sitara work adds stars to the dress. They combined to make an amazing wedding look.
Luna Sharara Set
This cotton sharara set is simple and classy. The peplum kurti is starring beautifully with flared sharara giving a more comfortable look. The cotton dupatta is designed with cut work. The hand-block print of the set gives a fresh look. This dress looks amazing at ethnic meets or family gatherings.
Ambar Bandhej Modal Kurta Sharara Dupatta
The sky blue coloured sharara set is embellished with kota silk dupatta with sitara lace. It gives it a pretty look. The sharara is fully flared to make you feel like twirling. The kurta and sharara set is adorned by dense bandhej work. The bandhej work gives it a traditional as well as elegant look.
With so many options from the Baisa collection, we hope you will slay your Mughal look in a modern avatar. It's time to show your fashion game. At the next gathering, make sure everyone can't take their eyes away from you.