Festivals of India are all about colours and as an Indian, we definitely do not like to compromise with the style quotient as well. Navratri is one such festival in India which vehemently denotes 9 colours as the symbol of the deity or the power present in the universe. Be it Bollywood or the blogger you most admire, we tend to choose the best trending fashion going on in the market to charge up our peers. Charge up your festive euphoria with the best recommendation of top trending ethnic wears for Navratris and choose the pretty colours wisely.
Get set ready for the gorgeous Dandiya nights, Durga puja times and other functions that coming days are bringing for you.
Ikat Kurtis Or Bandhej Kurtis
Embroidered kurtis such as ikat or Bandhej are quite trending nowadays. And you might not afford to miss it! Pick up a regular Bandhej kurti or tunic and spiff it up by wearing harem style pants.
If kurtis are too much for you, choose Ikat pattern shirt-style kurtas or designer maxi dresses which give you the freedom to leave the salwars at home. Even mirror work Anarkalis with VIBGYOR colour palette are also in vogue. Try them with dhoti pants. Choose the hobo jewellery to enhance your outfit look.
Too Much Ethnic
This is the perfect time to celebrate our Desi looks with a touch of style and luxe. Choose pleated dhoti pants with white base and red border and club it with medium length peplum Angrakha tunic. Complement the complete look with a hobo ring and antique necklace and Gujarati jhumkis, and you’re done for the party sesh.
Kutch Mirror Jacket
This traditional mirror jacket is all you want to reflect the true diva inside you. Wear them with cute shorts and white t-shirt tucked in and pull over this traditional mirror jacket and you’re done. On the other hand for a family get-together during Navratri time, wear it over a regular kurti and cigarette pants to catch the Puja vibes.
Embroidered & Mirrored Blouses
If you are much more indulged into sarees than other traditional outfits, choose heavily embroidered or mirror worked designer saree blouses. Can be teamed up with any kind of ethnic dresses such as chaniya choli or lehenga choli, dhoti pants, etc., these blouses are versatile as well as comfortable to wear during the humid time. Always choose light coloured saree to complement this type of designer blouse. And complete your look with minimalistic makeup and light jewellery; let the outfit do the talk.
One of the most favourite choice among the new generation or fashion forward women, Indo-western ethnic wears are not only beautiful but crafted in order to stay comfortable all along the day. In this busy hustle-bustle life, this type of ethnic wear is a blessing to fashionable women. You can find one designer blouse as shown in the picture and team it up with a heavily bordered or pocket style lehenga or skirt. The second choice is to pick up a silk shirt and complement it with a contrasting coloured lehenga or skirt.