9 Colours Of Ethnic Ensembles For 9 Navratri days
Come September, and the festive spirit grips every Indian residing anywhere across the globe. The auspicious nine days of Navratri are celebrated with traditional fervour and gaiety. This is the time when Goddess Durga is worshipped in all her nine manifestations. This is also the time to flaunt Indian ethnic dresses such as a designer saree, a Navratri chaniya choli, a designer Anarkali dress and so on in specific colours as associated with the nine Goddesses. This Navratri, seek blessings of Goddess Durga, adorning lucky hues. Here we present nine handpicked ethnic ensembles for nine divine days.
1. Yellow Embroidered Suit
This impressive sunshine yellow straight cut churidar suit is perfect to seek blessings of Goddess on day one of Navratri. This ensemble features intricate embroidery on kameez. The double shaded bamberg chiffon dupatta adds charm to this attire. Team it with a pair of jhumkis to add to your traditional charm.
2. Green Georgette Anarkali Suit
On day two of the auspicious festival, slip in this gorgeous green georgette anarkali suit with chiffon dupatta. Anarkali suits are perfect festive wear as your ethnic look is unsurpassed in this quintessential Indian outfit. Accessorise it with a pair of long earrings and a matching maang tika to rock the look.
3. Grey Digital Print Salwar Suit
For your day three look this graceful grey pure georgette straight cut salwar kameez in digital print is perfect. This stylish suit features elegant embroidery with collared neck. The peach bottom in shantoon and chiffon dupatta completes the look. Accessorise it with a pair of jhumkis and a striking maang tika.
4. Orange Designer Lehenga
Glorify your festive mood on day four in this orange designer lehenga choli that embraces a bhagalpuri silk top on a soft net lehenga with shantoon inner and soft net dupatta. Intricate embroidery on the top is appealing. Accessorise it with a pair of golden bangles and tie your hair in a bun for that perfect festive look. You can also opt for a traditional orange colour intricately embellished Navratri lehenga choli for the evening to attend the garba or dandiya nights.
5. White Embroidered Anarkali Suit
Step out in style on day five in this lush gown style white anarkali dress. This floor length anarkali suit is embellished with fuchsia pink and wine coloured embroidery adorned with stones and sequins. Fuchsia pink dupatta with zari border is adding extra charm to this outfit. A statement ring and cat-eye makeup will do the trick.
6. Red Shaded Chiffon Saree
To make the most stunning impression this puja season, this classy red and pink designer saree fashioned in chiffon is just perfect. Its rich border and floral detailing on the blouse make it all the more gorgeous. Wear this stunner style on day six. Don’t forget to put a bindi and flaunt a red lipstick for that perfect traditional look.
7. Blue Embroidery Anarkali Suit
This contemporary anarkali style dress in silk is a fabulous choice for day seven. The floor length blue dress features bodice with striking ethnic work of mirrors and the gorgeous attached skirt adorns exquisite golden thread embroidery creating a supremely flattering shape. The wide belt with mirror work separating the bodice and skirt adds a modern touch. This traditional anarkali suit comes with chiffon dupatta and shantoon bottom.
8. Pink Lehenga/Anarkali Suit
This gorgeous pink anarkali suit is perfect puja look for day eight. With this one outfit, you can flaunt multiple looks. This total stunner can be worn in various styles. The anarkali can be worn with a trouser/pyjama and lehenga both. The style can also be worn as a lehenga with a traditional blouse. The anarkali in dusty pink pink hues has intricate zardosi and kundan work. The stunning net dupatta with zari work completes this look.
9. Purple Designer Anarkali Suit
Make your day nine look unforgettable in this stunning purple designer anarkali suit. This anarkali suit with golden embroidery will look beautiful on all body types. A perfect mix of shantoon, net and striking embroidery make this style dramatic. The ensemble adds an element of height and makes you look taller. And the delicate net fabric makes you look feminine and elegant. A printed raw silk skirt with stone work and chiffon dupatta make it a perfect figure flattering style.