Navratri has always been closer to our hearts. It not only marks the religious significance, but also the getting all set for Durga Puja, grooving on the irresistible garba songs and an opportunity to look your stylish best in a traditional-modern way. And Bollywood plays a major role in deciding or just “inspiring” us to get that perfect Navratri look. So, here is how you can get all prepared for this festive season and rock the look.
Keep It Simple Yet Stylish
Not a big fan of heavy makeup and dangling jewelry, then keep it simple. Just grab your favorite long skirt, match in contrast with a good fitting plain top and add a beautiful Ethnic Jacket. Keep the makeup minimum, loosely tie up your hair and you are all set for awesomeness.
Put Your Best Jewels Forward
Deepika Padukone has impressed us…a lot with her sensual look in the song “Lahu Mug Lag Gaya.” It is so hard t get your eyes off her gorgeous earrings. Pair your Navratri attire with one such pair of jewellery, keep in minimal and get set grooving
Orange Is The New Black
This is the season of orange. It is a refreshing ‘hatke’ color and looks great with every skin tone. Either you can go for all Orange or match it up with contrasting color like blue or green to get that perfect Navratri look.
Keep It Traditional
Old is always gold. This Aishwarya Rai look in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam needs a comeback. The appealing red and blue combo, hair tied in neat bun and jewelries to die for, this look has so many advantages. And not to forget, you will look so gorgeous.
Get That Bong Connection
Aren’t we love with gorgeous white and red saree? This Bengali saree is not only for Bengali women but very much in vogue in non-Bengali functions as well. Grab a saree and wrap it the ‘Bong’ way and keep it stylish.
Don’t Forget The Men
Like women, men do have many options. Either you can go traditional with Kediyu, Gujrati outfit or go for predictable Kurta Pyjama and add a twist with Nehru Jacket. Invest in good Ethnic Jacket, constrast it with your Kurta and pair it up with Pyjama, Dhoti or Pathani Salwar. Don’t forget your Jodhpuri sandals. Remember not to go overboard with super-matchy outfits. You don’t want people to stare you for wrong reasons. 😉
So, here’s our take on that ‘Perfect Navratri Look.” What are you planning to wear? We would love to know.