Mumbai peeps are very enthusiast about the 9 Colors of Navratri 2017 to celebrate The Nav-Durga Festival. Hence the search for saree, dress, and accessories to wear for these 9 days have already started. It’s fun to see Mumbai wearing the same colour in the offices, Local trains, other public places and even on the dandiya and garbha nights. Wondering what to wear on Navratri and look the best on the garbha and dandiya night?
Hence, we get you a post on How To Look Stylish In 9 Colors Of Navratri 2017
Navratri Day 1 – September 21, (Thursday) Yellow
Wear jumpsuit for the 1st day of Navratri. Yes, you heard that right! Check this Neha Dhupia’s yellow jumpsuit. Instead of the grey long coat wear a Kutch embroidery ethnic jacket. Match your outfit with pom pom earrings and kolhapuri chappels to look modern yet ethnic.
Navratri Day 2 – September 22, (Friday) Green
Navratri Day 3 – September 23, (Saturday) Grey
For an Indo-Western style this Navratri, you can wear grey colour long slit kurta. Team it with a white or black solid skirt of your choice. Add some bling pieces of jewellery and flats to complete the Navratri look.
Navratri Day 4 – September 24, (Sunday) Orange
You can easily wear and flaunt this India Independence Day: Ethnic Tri Color Outfit for Navratri. This will definitely be comfortable and easy to wear while you dance your garbha steps.
Navratri Day 5 – September 25, (Monday) White
White is the best color that can be easily worn in many ways, both in traditional and modern. Here’s a twist of how to wear white this Navratri. Match a dark coloured ethnic skirt with your favorite white top. Make sure your skirt has embroidery work, motifs or zari work to suit the Navratri occasion. Team it with the oxidized silver jewellery to rule the dandiya night.
Navratri Day 6 – September 26, (Tuesday) Red
Wear any solid colored dress with a Red Banarasi dupatta. This fashion of Banarasi Dupatta is in vogue and you can also see them faulting by many Celebrities. Team it with Traditional Ethnic Temple Goddess necklace set for a traditional style. Don’t forget to finish your look with the perfect red matte lipstick.
Navratri Day 7 – September 27, (Wednesday) Royal Blue
Jacket Fashion is trending and you can easily add this to your Navratri outfit. Wear a brocade jacket style blouse over a saree or Anarkali to rock the trend. Complete your makeup with a blue eyeliner and you are set.
Navratri Day 8 – September 28, (Thursday) Pink
Opt for a dual shade, ombre or contrast coloured saree/ Pink Lehenga for the second last day of Navratri. This will help you highlight the pink colour of the outfit and make you stand out in the crowd.
Navratri Day 9 – September 29, (Friday) Purple
This is the last day of Navratri and you definitely want to keep all eyes on you. Hence, there has to be some Navratri style that will also stay in everyone’s mind throughout the year. Opt for a Purple Lehenga and team it with a Cold Shoulder Blouse. Complete the look with heavy traditional Jhumkis and Haathphool.
This blog post is the collaboration with #NavratriHoppers Navratri Day blog train. This is all about ways to celebrate Dusshera/Durga Puga/Navratri. It will have series of 12 blog posts by 12 most versatile bloggers.
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