Dandiya Dress Tips and Ideas For Navratri 2023
Groove to the Gujarati beats while grabbing some look at your OOTD at the same time!
The celebrations of Navratri will start very soon, and the air around us is already carrying the festive vibe. This year let’s not go for a simple ghagra or a Navratri chaniya choli. It’s time we should take it a notch higher, and think out of the box.
You can follow our suggestions or go a little further and add your personal preference into making your outfit slightly edgy.
Besides the religious significance, the Navratri calls for energetic moves on the dance floor, vibrant colours, loud beats of drums, folk songs blended with recent dance numbers, good food, and of course never –ending fun.
Yes, it is an occasion to be at your best in a traditional way.
You need to update your wardrobe with some impeccable Indian ethnic wear that is high on-the-style meter.
If you have not yet decided how to dress up during the festivities, here are some tips and ideas that can make you look chic all through Navratri.
Heavily embroidered or embellished dupatta-
I am sure this one deserves a special place in your Navratri closet.
Any beautifully embroidered dupatta will act as one of the best dandiya dresses at the moment.
You can just pair a solid, monochrome salwar suit with the dupatta and go for open hair or loose braids, chandbali and bangles.
Embroidered Jacket –
Trust me! This is a saviour for managing a quick dress-up or a dressing faux pas. You can pair it with a tank top and patialas or dhoti salwars. It is important to choose the colour and the pattern wisely. Also you can pair it with a Navratri lehenga choli, thus giving it an Indo-western look by ditching the dupatta. Only make sure that it contrasts well with the lehenga choli.
Look for the black shades in your wardrobe:-
Black is always the right colour. You can never go wrong with it. You don’t have to go all black obviously, just add some pop colours to it and you are all set to steal the show. Multicoloured mirror and Kutchi work choli is the best match for a black lehenga. For garba or dandiya nights, you can also opt for a black traditional Navratri lehenga in gamthi work, mirror work, resham work and mukaish work.
You can buy black and red full flared chaniya choli consisting of Red dupatta with original mirror work and colourful pom pom that will give you a completely graceful look for the navratri occasion. Team it with traditional jewellery.
White and Turkey Red Embroidered Cotton Lehenga Choli:-
This ethnic dress is one of the best attire for the upcoming Navratri festival. Fine cotton lehenga with original mirror work and kutchi work colour contrasted with red dupatta is a great option if you are going for a navratri event.
A maang teeka and a pair of earrings and a nose pin are all you would need to get ready to steal all the attraction.
By now you must have been aware of the significance of jewellery in any ethnic attire. Add some jewellery like earrings, fancy nose pins, neckpieces, and maang teeka. Women seem to be getting crazier about it. Adorning these accessories with designer lehengas will surely give a more ethnic look.
These tips and ideas will make you look at your ethnic best and stylish like a diva throughout the dandiya season!
Hope you have a good read!