From the onset of Ganesh Chaturthi and Autumn bliss, the trail of festival get started. Even the entrance of September gives the essence of festivals and celebrations. One of the grandest festivals celebrated in all North India states is ‘Navratri’ and during the same time Durga Puja is also celebrated. During these days which are a period of nine days, all 9 avatars of Goddess Durga are worshipped. Navratri is a time when people love to flaunt their ethnic dress collection with various types of styles and colour combinations. It sounds so fun and full of zeal.
Do you know that colours are equally substantial according to goddess worshipped during these days? They hold your positive luck and charm as well. Of course, you would be all the more interested in knowing them if it is related to fashion ;)
Women feel it so exciting when she heard about colours and fashion essentials. Women love to adorn themselves with specific colours, dress and accessories during each day of Navratri. So here we have brought you best ethnic dresses with lucky colours for all specific days of Navratri.
1st Day (Pratipada) - Orange
You don’t have to select anything if you have Preity Zinta’s charm and this orange coloured saree. This silk designer saree features machine work which adds intricacy to its craftsmanship as well. Celebrate 2nd October 2016 as the onset of Navratri and celebrate the beginning of peace and joyful moments. Make it simple yet cling closely to chic accessories and jewellery. Go for a kundan necklace with pearls and earrings and finish off your look with traditional bangles. Hold a simple clutch to make your look comfortable and just. The golden borders of this saree add to the exquisiteness.
2nd Day (Dwitiya) - White
3rd Day (Tritiya) - Red
Opt for this red colour lehenga style suit this day and show your gratitude to Goddess. This lehenga style style suit features long and royal look and showcases vehement embroidery. The net and thread work with rose forms make it all the more intense. Spread loving by adorning this piece of ethnic wear and club it with traditional gold choker.
4th Day (Chaturthi) - Navy Blue
Wear this navy blue long Anarkali suit and match it up with nude makeup. Open up your hair or you can also settle with light curls. Finish off your look with platform heels.
5th Day (Panchami) - Yellow
Get the elegant and commendable look of the day with lucky and charming yellow colour. Pair this saree with lace designer blouse and gold metallic watch. Pallu work and light colour work on borders add finesse to the ethnic piece. Finish off your look with high pony and bright lip shade.
6th Day (Sashti) - Green
Neon pink colour accentuates the chic essence of this green kurti and asymmetrical style is enough to give you a remarkable look. Keep it simple and walk with élan by wearing beaded hanging earrings as shown and slip into platform heels.
7th Day (Saptami) - Peacock Green
8th Day (Ashtami) – Purple
Wear an armlet and let the dupatta flow slightly aside your shoulder for that raw look.
9th Day (Navami) - Sky Blue
Pick out this light sky blue with golden patti work on borders and flaunt it among your friends and relatives at home or party. Ask your tailor to make a trendy blouse with this one and go with a dash for that top level look.