Navratri Edit: 9 Traditional Looks To Invoke The Goddess

Navratri Edit: 9 Traditional Looks To Invoke The Goddess

Posted by Like A Diva
September 27, 2018

With Navratri just around the corner, festivity is in the air and it's time to upgrade your festive wardrobe with stunning traditional Indian dresses in auspicious colours.

To emanate perfect religious vibes, just drape a Kanjeevaram saree and you are ready for pooja. You can dance all night to the tunes of garba and dandiya, flaunting designer lehenga choli. With snazzy ethnic anarkalis, you can effortlessly embody the festive spirit in all its glory.

Get festive ready and seek Goddess Durga's blessings in nine Navratri looks that we have rounded up for you.

 

1. Kanjeevaram Saree In Auspicious Colour 

The auspicious colour of this designer saree makes it the perfect choice to drape it this Navratri. Add an extra wow element to your pooja look with this burnt orange art silk Kanjeevaram style saree. This wonder with golden thread woven into a striking geometric pattern has a contemporary twist. It’s teamed with a long-sleeved blue designer blouse with the Taj Mahal motifs.

 

2. Embroidered Lehenga Choli For Dandiya Night

Dance away to glory at dandiya and garba nights in this stunning lehenga choli. You can turn heads donning floral embroidered royal blue lehenga choli that embodies our rich cultural heritage. The designer lehenga is embellished with rich and intricate thread and zari floral embroidery. You can accessorise your look with maang patti, choker and other traditional jewellery.

 

3. Saree To Capture Spiritual Essence

This Navratri look stunning in this pop pink art silk Kanjeevaram style saree as it beautifully captures the essence of Indian heritage and culture. Rich colour, traditional patterns and golden thread work reflect the artisans’ expertise. It’s teamed with a gorgeous purple blouse. Accessorise your look with a maang tikka, a pair of traditional earrings, layered neckpiece and a tagadi/waistband.

 

4. Red Zari & Sequins Embellished Lehenga Choli To Add Sparkle To Your Festive Look

Red is the colour of Goddess Durga. It symbolises power or shakti. This embellished designer lehenga choli is ideal to add sparkle to your festive look. In an enticing red hue, this number casts a spell.  Kill the ethnic fashion scene with this stunning raspberry red floral embroidered raw silk designer lehenga.

The stunning lehenga choli has intricate all-over floral embroidery with zari and sequins work. Matching net dupatta with embroidered lace border and small butis complete the look. Accessorise your look with traditional jewellery and get ready to dance to the tunes of garba.

 

5. Layered Anarkali Suit In Festive Hues

Raise your traditional style quotient to the next level as you dress in this beautiful red net floor length layered anarkali suit. You can sport it while Durga Pooja pandal hopping. It is teamed with beige inner lining, lending it a beautiful peachish hue. It blooms with exquisite thread embroidery and heavy golden zari work in floral motifs all over. Sheer net embroidered sleeves in red along with red dupatta make it a gorgeous festive wear.

 

6. Designer Anarkali With Embroidery & Mirror Work Jacket

Mirror and stone work along with rich embroidery on an ethnic outfit always lend festive vibes. This Navratri, dress elegantly in this off-white art silk floor-length jacket style anarkali suit. The collared neckline of this anarkali complements the broad shaded red-orange border featuring zari embroidery.

Stunning front open jacket with multi-colour thread embroidery along with mirror and stonework is the focal point of the outfit. Dusky orange chiffon dupatta with sleek golden border and off-white shantoon bottom completes the look.

 

7. Ombre Green & Red Jacquard Lehenga Choli For Ethnic Diva

Look no less than an ethnic diva this Navratri in this Ombre green luxe jacquard lehenga! The beautifully woven peacock design jacquard kali lehenga is bordered with peacock and floral embroidered lace with zari and stonework. The designer lehenga is complemented by a red blouse/choli with embroidered floral motifs. The elegant lehenga choli is teamed with a red jacquard dupatta bordered with an embroidered, stone and zari work lace. To add volume to the lehenga cancan net is attached.

Click to explore our festive lehenga choli collection.

 

8. Exude Ethnic Vibes In Drashti Dhami's Anarkali Suit

Exude ethnic vibes like gorgeous Drashti Dhami with this zari embroidered georgette anarkali suit in navy blue.  The exquisite floral zari embroidery with stonework along the neckline, waist and the butis on choli together with the embroidery on the sleeves is the focal point of this elegant designer anarkali suit. The white net dupatta featuring rich zari and thread floral embroidery along with sequins and stone work balances the navy blue ensemble perfectly.

 

9. Look Ravishing In Auspicious Red Anarkali

Red exudes Navratri vibes! Keep the festive spirit buzzing with this ravishing red georgette Anarkali suit featuring intricate zari embroidery. The floral embroidered patterns on the bodice, sleeves and pants add to the beauty of this number. Zari embroidered waistband accentuates the flattering silhouettes. Team it with a matching chiffon dupatta embellished with zari embroidered butis/patterns. Go bold with a red pout and complete the look.


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