3 Ways to Glam Up Your Style This Navratri
Festivals are a crucial part of every Indian’s life, be it Diwali, Eid, Christmas, you name it and we are all charged up. And it all starts from the nine nights of tireless dancing and celebrations. Yes, we are talking about Navratri. It’s time for you to get decked up and step out for some fun dancing nights. Make this Navratri special by looking exceptional in whatever you put on. If you want to be a head turner, then read our top 3 looks that will help you in putting your best foot forward, literally!
Below are 3 major looks that represent you and your style.
Look 1: Traditional
If you want to look your feisty best in the traditional ghagra-choli ensemble, then you will love this beautiful lemon yellow ghagra-choli with kachchi work from Mruga. We loved this one especially for the color combination and bright choli. To complete the look, you can style it with these gold plated traditional round jhumka earrings and if you want your feet to not stop dancing, wear comfortable wedged heel sandals which will not tire your feet no matter how much you dance.
Look 2: Blending traditional with modern
If you prefer something edgy and stylish, we vouch for this look. We came across these abstract print pallazo pants by Global Desi, which immediately captured our style lens. It’s not only in sync with the festival but extremely comfortable so you may indulge in that extra round of dancing with complete ease. We have paired it with a glittery tank top, orange meena moti bangles and comfortable gold flats. A touch of desi infused into your Indo-Western fusion look.
Look 3: Simple, yet traditional
You may not like the obvious choices, and prefer to go for something simple yet feminine instead. This one’s for all those ladies who love anarkalis. We loved this red foil khari kurta from Biba, which we paired with an emerald petal ring that gives a contrasting effect. We picked out these gold sandals and antique gold sequined clutch to accessorize the look. Look your phenomenal best in whatever you wear. All you need to do now is carry your attitude along.
Give us your comments below and share what you think you are going to incorporate from the above looks. We wish you a very happy Navratri!