After the Ganpati celebration, Navratri is fast approaching. Indian Festival season is all about colours, celebration and the best time to flaunt your Indian fashion wear. But it gets quite difficult to decide about what to wear for Indian festivals, especially during the 9 days of Navratri and dandiya nights. Thus, we get you some ways to Wear 9 Colours of Navratri 2019 Inspired by Bollywood celebs to help you stand out from the rest. Check these stunning traditional outfits to wear for nine days of Navratri. [READ: New Ways to Mix and Match Outfits for Navratri]
How To Wear 9 colours for 9 days of Navratri in Bollywood Style
Navratri Day 1, Orange
The first day of navratri starts with the yummy orange color. Opt for orange/rust floor length anarkali and pair with elegant danglers or chaand baalis. For a simple look go for cotton silk orange kurta and team it with embroidered net dupatta.
You can also drape your lehenga like saree for a festive and stylish look this durga puja like Madhuri Dixit. Instead of adding too many colours, mix and match orange with pastels, beige, grey, pink and white. Recommended Read: How To Wear 9 Colours Of Navratri 2018 In The Most Trendy Way!
Navratri Day 2, White
White is the most beautiful and peaceful color that can easily help one stand out from the other colours riot. Flaunt this colour on the second day of Navratri for a trendy and comfortable look. Team an elegant white sharara with a beautiful neckpiece and jutti like Kareena Kapoor.
You can even pick self-printed cotton silk kurta and wear it with ankle length straight-cut pant, a Punjabi jutti and silver oxidised jewellery.
Navratri Day 3, Red
Vibrant Red saree or anarkali can look best with many neutral shades such as yellow, orange and white. Red is the most loved festive colour in India and one can easily get into the bridal look. Thus opt for a subtle fabric like chikankari, sheer or satin like Katrina Kaif.
Navratri Day 4, Royal Blue
Blue hues are traditional yet contemporary and the colour of royalty. Wear blue floor-length anarkali like Anushka Sharma and team it with chaad baalis to complete the navratri look.
For a change this year, go for an entire royal blue look instead of mixing it with any other colour. Make sure to finish the look with full-embroidered dupatta or deep back design choli for a sexy garbha outfit.
Navratri Day 5, Yellow
Bright and chirpy Yellow is the colour of celebration. This auspicious colour is widely used in all Indian tradition and is known to uplift the spirits. Stand out in the crowd of navratri fashion with this chic and edgy ethnic wear like Esha Gupta in Sharara. Complement the look with contrasting accessories and look trendy.
You can also choose to go for all yellow lehenga with traditional white-coloured embroidered choli. Even crop tops and skirts are trending these days. Team them with jhumkis/heavy danglers and jhuttis to rock the dandiya floor.
Navratri Day 6, Green
Lehenga in Gorgeous Green will suit best for dandiya night. For a change, this navratri wear a net pastel green lehenga with frills and a net dupatta having gorgeous borders. You can also wear a jacket style anarkali, crop top with skirt, sharara like one worn by Deepika Padukone. Till date, we only thought of emerald or bottle green. But to spunk up the style opt for quirky parrot green. Makes sure the outfit in this bold colour has simple embroidery for an elegant and unconventional look.
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Navratri Day 7, Grey
Grey may seem to be boring and dull, but it’s important to understand the power of this underrated colour. Subtle Grey infuses excitement to the vibrant wardrobe. Choose a grey saree and team it with a shimmery blouse. For an elegant and stylish look, you can also choose plain floor length Anarkali and pair it with silver oxidized jewellery and Punjabi juttis.
Even a lehenga with off-shoulder crop top can make you stand out in the crowd like the one above of Vaani Kapoor.
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Navratri Day 8, Purple
Powerful Purple is the colour of this year. Team your favorite hue of purple, Lavender, violet or magenta with gold/silver for a trendy and traditional look like Sonam Kapoor.
Even a salwar suit in purple with beige or gold can add a chic style. Alternatively, you can wear beautiful purple lehenga choli with a bold contrasting green coloured blouse. While the colour combination of purple and white tends to create a very dreamy combination and will work best for Garbha nights. Must See: Top Traditional Indian Dresses You Must Have In Your Closet
Navratri Day 9, Peacock Green
Make go crazy for you with Peacock Green dress and makeup. If you feel going a bit stylish and comfy, consider full length anarkali , long maxi dress or gown like Aishwarya Rai. Or pick a contrast coloured sequin blouse with Peacock Green net lehenga or saree. Complete your look with a messy side braid with some roses to decorate matching with the colour of blouse and stunning earrings.
For even comfy look, wear embroidered slit kurta with a beige palazzo and juttis.
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