Indian women look beautiful in both Indian or western outfit, but they prefer to wear traditional attire for any special occasion. The festivals have started with the flow in India and people are eagerly waiting to flaunt their favourite outfits. The loved festival among all gorgeous women is “Navratri”. They love to dress up as per the 9 dress colours of navratri 2015. However, the styles are being constantly changing with the years for the traditional attire. They are not just restricted to the very conventional ghagra, cholis or sarees. Rather, you can observe that they are being experimented unconventionally for the traditional yet modern look.
So, for the beautiful ladies who are eagerly waiting to flaunt the 9 colours of navratri in the best way, it is time to read this article we give you some really hot and trendy ways to do it.
Red– 13th October 2015 (Tuesday)
Marvellous red is a very bold colour that can make you look extra Glamorous and add a rich look to you attire. Create your style statement by wearing a solid plain coloured kurti with ethnic printed palazzo. Team it with minimal embellishments. You can also add a contrast colored jacket with loads of embroidery work. If you are a ghagra lover, get it in red colour with graceful fabric like velvet and team it choli with colours such as glacier grey or classic blue.
Royal blue– 14th October 2015 (Wednesday)
Majestic Royal blue can always make you look confident and look the best on your personality. This will surely add panache when you team it with lovely shades of gold, beige or maroon. This classic combination can be easily bought online with a proper selection of Designer Sarees.
Yellow – 15th October 2015 (Thursday)
This is soothing and tasteful colour option is loved by all Indian women who love subtle look. Just add a right bling of darker shades such as like royal blue black, red, orange, etc. You can wear a solid coloured Salwar Kameez with a darker coloured accessories or jacket to complete the outfit look.
Green -16th October 2015 (Friday)
Refreshing Green is surely everyone’s favourite. Pick them in various shades of green like mint, pastels, parrot green, neons, or dark green to make others get tempted to your colour choice.
Grey – 17th October 2015 (Saturday)
The Glorious Grey may not be everyone’s favourite option for navratri wear, but you will love to wear the icy shade of this colour. To make it look vibrant for the navratri and celebration, team it with any bright colours, such as orange, yellow, red, blue, etc. They will add up striking contrast and will get you many heads turning for the unconventional grey colour!
Orange – 18th October 2015 (Sunday)
Tangerine is the most loved colour for the traditional occasions in India. This vibrant tangerine colour looks best with gold, while you can also add a flavour of colour with toasted almond or dull gold. If you are wearing a ghagra choli in orange, pair it with subtle dupatta that will balance your entire outfit very perfectly.
White – 19th October 2015 (Monday)
Though white isn’t a much loved colour for any Indian festivals, yet it can succeed in creating a perfect impact that will be difficult for others to ignore. Wear this neutral colour with loads of vibrant and neon to add a charming look.
Pink – 20th October 2015 (Tuesday)
Sensuous pink is a very versatile colour, while you can also choose hot pink or fuchsia for the occasion. But if you like subtle, then strawberry ice pink is the best option for this navratri. This cool shade looks classy and very refreshing that shows your charm. You can try Anarkali Suits with shades like subtle grey or the cool blues.
Sky Blue - 21st October 2015 (Wednesday)
For all our cool women, sky blue is too perfect to show off your bubbly & chirpy side. The refreshing colour will set your apart from the entire crowd when worn with metallic shades of gold, bronze or silver. You can also team it with maroon, tangerine, hot pink or wine to look style goddess.
Hope the article helped you get a good idea about the ways to dress up in navratri 2015. So, rush to gather your all 9 coloured outfits for this navratri and team them with the perfect accessories and makeup.