Navratri Outfits Ideas |2020 | 7 Ways

Navratri is the festival of colors, lights, and happiness. This auspicious occasion is celebrated for nine days to worship Goddess Durga. This is one of the biggest festivals in India and also the most awaited one. This year, Navratri kick starts on October 17. People of all age groups participate in this festival and get dressed traditionally to worship the Goddess for nine days.

So, Navratri is just around the corner, have you guys picked out a Navratri outfit for yourself yet?

If not, I’m here to help you out. Presenting some of the outfits ideas for Navratri.

# Print It Off

Starting up with this gorgeous gathered Kurti dress. This dress is perfect to wear during the daytime in Navratri and you don’t need to over accessories it, just pair it with your favorite juttis, a statement earrings and you will be ready to rock your easy-breezy outfit. What I love about this dress is its print. The moment I looked at this dress, it instantly gave me the festive feel. Also, the color red makes it apt for the festival. So, girls, do give a try to these kinds of printed Kurti dress, I’m sure, you’ll love it.

# Maxi Dress For The Win

Next up is this look. If you don’t want to wear a short Kurti dress, go for a floral maxi dress. This also looks perfect for the daytime in Navratri. These bright colors like red, orange, yellow, green always look good at the festival. To combine the look, add a layered necklace, a nice pair of earrings, and your favorite pair of heels. Keep your makeup minimal but to add some bling to your entire outfit, wear a gorgeous dark shade lip color.

# The Trend Of The Co-Ords

Ever since I came across this piece of beauty, I have been dying to get my hands on one such piece. It is simple, elegant, glamourous and also a perfect pick for this Navratri. It looks so fancy yet its bandhani print of the sharara makes it apt for the Navratri, without a doubt! You just need to add a pair of statement earrings and you are ready to rock this outfit.

# Step Up In A Saree

Dhoti sarees have been the rage ever since Shilpa Shetty started wearing sarees at almost every event. She took up the sarees to another level. This dhoti saree look is so chic and so modern yet mixes the traditional style to it too. Finish off this fun look with a pair of pumps and a waist belt to give a more structured look to the overall appearance. Lastly, do not forget to wear a nice pair of statement earrings that complements your outfit.

# Sharara Sharara

If you are tired of draping the saree often, then forget all because we have the option of pre-stitched saree and that is the sharara saree. This outfit will not take more than 2-3 minutes to wear. Just keep your saree pallu a little down, do some makeup and tie your hair into a bun or a ponytail hair to make your outfit shine. Along with it, you can add earrings, and a bangle to add more touch of femininity to the whole look.

# Garba Ready

Since it’s a Navratri outfit ideas blog post, how could it have been completed without adding a Garba outfit! Ghagra Choli is one outfit that we wear at least once in Navratri. Colorful embroidery with on the choli and the beautiful flared skirt looks so pleasing to the eyes. Add some jewelry with it to make your outfit look more put together and to stand out in the crowd. You can make a style statement while you twirl around doing the Garba.

# The Boho Chic Unveiled

If you don’t want to wear heavy lehngas while doing the Garba, then you can try wearing this dhoti pants with a peplum top. This outfit won’t make you feel like you are under heavyweight and you can do the Garba freely for hours. Add some large silver jhumkas, chunky bangles, nose rings, tan jutti to complete the look. And to jazz up the look a little more, you can do the wavy hair.

That’s it for today guys! I hope you liked it. Do let me know which look is your favorite. Thank you for reading!

Until next time, B Y E!❀🌈


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