Navratri is one of the most popular festivals in India. This auspicious Hindu festival is celebrated to worship the 9 forms of Goddess Durga. Each day of Navratri puja is dedicated to Goddess Durga’s different avatars. In addition, distinct food is prepared & a significant colour is worn on each day of Navratri. And of course, you don’t want to miss the chance to rock your style this Navratri. Jaw-dropping Indo Western or fusion wear are trending these days. You can wear Navratri dress for the pooja ceremony while playing garba or dandiya. Make sure to keep in mind the nine colours of Navratri while adding elegance and feminine style to your outfits. Not to be missed stunning silver ethnic jewelry to enhance your Navratri look.
How To Wear 9 Colours Of Navratri 2018 In The Most Trendy Way!
Let’s first check what 9 Navratri colors 2018 are:
Day 1: 10th October (Wednesday) – Royal Blue
Day 2: 11th October (Thursday) – Yellow
Day 3: 12th October (Friday) – Green
Day 4: 13th October (Saturday) – Grey
Day 5: 14th October (Sunday) – Orange
Day 6: 15th October (Monday) – White
Day 7: 16th October (Tuesday) – Red
Day 8: 17th October (Wednesday) – Sky Blue
Day 9: 18th October (Thursday) – Pink
Now add a twist to your regular kurti or wear a shirt style kurtas or box pleat maxi dress. Even Anarkali kurtas in a flare with embroidery work on cotton silk, with ikat/ bandhej are in vogue. You can even try flared Short Kurtis with dhoti pants. Choose your kurti in Kota doria in vibrant festive hues of red, orange, blue, pink or yellow. Flaunt your Navaratri Outfit Ideas in a traditional way with a twist of Indo-fusion style. Traditional long kurta can surely be a bit boring and out of trend. Choose something in silk or linen shirt to team with a bandi for a regal festive style. Choose the right jewelry to enhance your outfit look.
Lehenga choli for Navratri is an evergreen fashion for dandiya nights. They are super comfortable in cotton fabrics and come in stunning embroidery work and prints like bandhej, kalamkari, ikat that can never go out of fashion. While, the Kutch mirror work on lehengas, cholis and even on jackets are trending for Navratri outfit ideas these days.
Include salwar kameez as your garba dress for navratri trends 2018 with a lil twist. Choose a plain solid Churidar Salwar Suits and accessorize with beautiful bandhej silk dupattas, banarsi dupattas or quirky printed dupattas. You can also wear a waistcoat or short work jackets over the salwar suits for a festive look.
Indo Fusion Wear
Mix and match wear for Navratri collection 2018 is the hottest trend this season. Try this gypsy traditional style with different fabrics, patterns, embroideries & concepts. A simple crop top with kalamkari, silk or cotton lehenga adds a very different style to your Navratri outfit. However, a high low tunic worn with palazzo or brocade pants looks perfect for the festive season. Kota in fusion outfits is also in vogue like capes, front slit kurtas or asymmetrical kurtis.
Traditional Kutch Mirror Jacket
Wear ethnic blouse, Kutch handmade jacket or denim jacket with embroidery work over your favorite lehenga, skirt, saree, palazzo or embroidery shorts. You can also accessorize look to look trendier with Phento, a Gujarati turban, and oxidized jewelry. A Jacquard jacket in floral or geometric Jacquard prints or motifs is a perfect trend for Navratri. Team it with your favorite straight slit kurtis, cotton anarkalis, skirts or palazzo pants for the festive feel. Check this Warina Hussain’s Jacket from the Tera Hua song of Loveratri.
Mughal prints in straight slit kurtas worn with palazzo pants or crinkled skirts is an opulent pick for this Navratri. You can also wear Gujarati embroidery skirt filled with colourful yarns and mirror work with popping shades of pink, purple, green, magenta, yellow and orange and more that makes it a perfect ethnic ensemble for the Navratri colours.
Add a bit of modern twist to your most loved saree. Wear it off-shoulder top for the Indo-fusion look. A plain solid crop top looks amazing with contrast coloured Gujarati bandhani sarees. Even Handloom sarees & other natural fabrics in rich colours such as royal blue, magenta, and mustard yellow can add a trendy look to the Navratri festival. A contemporary yet stunning festive style, right?
Comfortable Dhoti Pants
Just pick any bright coloured flared short top to wear over dhoti pants. These are the trendiest style and when worn with ethnic silver jewelry adds a perfect festive look. Dhotis are very comfortable even when you do your twirling garba steps. Style them with a crop top for the trendiest look. Kedia Dhoti Set are the hottest festive trend this season of Navratri.
Navratri wishes for all my lovely readers, do share what you wore this festive season!!!