Festive Dressing for Navratri 2021: Wear this Ethnic Look in Colors and Styles Every Day!

Each day of the festival has a different significance as it honors the nine incarnations of Goddess Durga. It commemorates the victory of the goddess over evil. Each day of the festival is associated with a different auspicious color, honoring the multiple incarnations of the goddess. Designer Kavita Gupta says wearing appropriate colors on festive days will add to the festive atmosphere. Here are nine colorful outfit suggestions for Navratri 2021 by her, so that you can enjoy the festivities with full gusto.

* Day 1- The first day of Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Shailputri, the daughter of the mountain, the first incarnation of Maa Durga. She represents strength and power as the feminine version of Mother Nature. Choose a gray that is somewhere between black and white in terms of color temperature. The gorgeous ruffled lehenga will make your head turn gray. If there is any embroidery or silver accent, that makes it even more attractive.

* On the second day Brahmacharini is worshiped on the second day. Mark her arrival by wearing the latest drapery styles. Let flowing layered drapes transform your look into something charming. Pair an A-line kurta with a long jacket for the perfect dandiya night look.

* Day 3- On this day the goddess Chandraghanta with a crescent moon on her forehead is worshipped. Nothing compares to the timeless elegance of a white kurti paired with a phulkari or bandhej dupatta. Wear it with oxidised silver jewelery to look stunning in Dandiya Night.

* The fourth day is dedicated to Goddess Khushmanda, so welcome her by wearing a red saree. The red saree is a must-have for any Indian woman’s wardrobe. However, wearing a red colored ruffle saree on a festive night will grab your attention.

* Day 5- The fifth day of Navratri is for Goddess Skandamata. Please him with a royal blue. The royal blue color is associated with aristocracy and looks stunning on people of all skin tones. Our Navratri Dandiya Ras Lehenga Choli with Dupatta will instantly put you in the mood for the womb. Makeup, silver jewelery and festive flair will all brighten up your festive spirit.

* Day 6 – Celebrate the sixth day in the worship of Goddess Katyayani, the sixth incarnation. Wear marigold yellow, which because of its meaning is an auspicious color for Indian festivals. There are many trendy ways to wear bright and cheerful colors. Add a modern look to your wardrobe by wearing asymmetrical flared kurta with foil prints. Indulge in dazzling golden metallic prints for a dazzling look.

* Day 7- Kalratri is worshiped on the seventh day of Navratri or Saptami. Enjoy the day with this season’s fashion trend with heavy sleeves. Wear a dress with oversized sleeves to make a statement. Take all eyes on yourself in this vintage-inspired bell-sleeve kurta. Plus, the stunning shade of green will instantly elevate your style game.

* Day 8- Goddess Mahagauri, the eighth form of Durga, is worshiped on the eighth day. Embroidery has always been a major fashion trend, no matter what time it is. Each one is unique and adds a fun, carefree vibe to your outfit. Choose a soft Lucknowi saree or kurta in Peacock Green. Adding extra sequins or zari to a soothing color for Navratri will add to the charm.

* Day 9- Spend the ninth day of Navratri in the worship of Goddess Siddhidatri. Get a festive makeover with a modest and neat kurta. Choose a traditional purple kurta which has been given a modern makeover. The embroidery on the top and bottom of the shirt has a funky vibe. Your Navratri wardrobe will look effortlessly stylish with this Side Split Long Flared Anarkali Suit.

Also read: Navratri, Durga Puja, Diwali 2021: How Not To Gain Weight During The Festive Season – Check These 10 Tips

By Naveen Bharat Staff


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