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Indulge in the vibrancy of colors with these 8 Navratri fashion trends

Published on: October 10, 2018 | Updated on: October 10, 2018

Navratri is finally here!! The nine-day extravaganza is not just a festival in India but a sentiment, a time of festivity and paying of our gratitude to Goddess Durga. The madness of these auspicious nine days is beyond any explanation. From the sound of our claps and dandiya sticks to the sound of DJ, everyone is lost in the tempo of the music!

Navratri is all about lights, colors, and beautiful attires. The country is grooving to the beats of Navratri songs, beautifully decked up in colorful attires. When we talk about the costumes to don in Navratri, it is the chaniya choli or kediyu which immediately come to our mind. But this Navratri, don some quirky costumes and give a break to the traditional Navratri outfits ruling the markets for decades.

1. Flared Anarkali Kurtis

Giving a twist to your regular kurtis, try flared anarkali kurtis with heavy embroidery work this Navratri season. You can choose the fabric of your own choice for the kurtis. The popular ones are cotton silk, printed cotton, georgettes, and bandhej. While picking the colors for your costume, go for vibrant festive hues like yellow, red, orange, or blue. If you want to go for a heavy work on your kurti, try the mirror one! Don’t forget to pair your costume with a beautiful silver jewelry!

2. Short kurtis & dhoti pants

Pairing short kurtis with dhoti pants is the hottest new trend this Navratri season. Just pick any bright-colored short kurtis to wear over dhoti pants paired with ethnic silver jewelry for a perfect look this Navratri. This comfortable costume will surely let you groove to the steps of Navratri songs.

3. Bandhani saree paired with off-shoulder mirror work blouse

If you are confident enough to beautifully carry a saree while dancing to the beats of Navratri, then this dress is definitely a recommended one. Draping a bright-colored bandhani saree with a mirror work blouse will do wonders to your dressing style this Navratri season. Don’t forget to pair this costume with amazing silver jewelry. A modern yet amazing ethnic style, right?

4. Straight slit kurta paired with palazzo

Hand-printed beautiful Straight slit kurta paired with palazzo is a fancy pick for this Navratri season. Choose a mirror work kurta with popping colors of pink, yellow, orange, magenta or maybe green. For the palazzo, go for a color that is in contrast to the color of kurta.

5. Plain churidar suit with beautiful bandhani dupatta

Pairing a plain color suit with beautiful bandhej silk dupattas, Banarasi dupattas, or mirror-work dupattas this Navratri season is an elegant pick. Skip from the mundane heavily embroidered Navratri outfits, and switch to the classy dressing style.

6. Mirror work denim jacket

 

If you are a person who hates wearing ethnic clothes on festive occasions, going for this denim jacket is the best option. You can pair this jacket with anything, like lehenga, sarees, kurtas, skirt, palazzos or maybe your favorite denim shorts. To complete the look, you can also go for Gujarati turban.

 

7. Crop top with lehenga

This Navratri, mix and match your favorite outfits to have the trendiest of the looks. Pair your simple plain-colored crop top with a printed or an embroidered silk, cotton or a kalamkari lehenga to have that perfect Navratri look. Silver jewelry will add a charm not only to your beauty but also to your style.

8. Sharara paired with a flared top

If you love to go for fusion costumes, then this one is for you. Don a beautiful bright-colored and printed/embroidered flared top with a sharara to have an ethnic look. Complete your look with beautiful thread earrings!

Happy Navratri!

Don’t forget to click photographs in these beautiful attires!

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