The festive season is here and we are screaming with joy! One of the biggest festivals, Navratri, is knocking at our doors and we’re in the middle of making plans with loved ones. Since this is one festival that’s celebrated in a grand way even outside the country, NRIs are also busy in festive preps.
However, we ladies have something else on priority! A colour for each of the 9 nights – that’s what Navratri’s about. Now how do we incorporate these colors in our 9-day fashion guide? We’ll show you how! Opt for online shopping and get these delivered to your doorstep, thanks to shipping companies in India.
Day 1 – Orange
This year, we kickstart the 9-day festivities with one of the most vibrant hues of all times. Pair this orange simple-yet-classy Indo-Western kurti with white palazzos or a pair of denims and bring up the festive mood.
Day 2 – White
The second day denotes peace and hence its cue to sport some white in all its glory. Swear by this white printed silk kurti and turn heads as you walk into office. One of the best Indian clothes online, feel free to colour-coordinate it or stand out in an all-white ensemble.
Day 3 – Red
Anarkalis are still huge in the ethnic space and we’re not complaining. A gorgeous floor-length printed red Anarkali kurti is what we’re hinting at. This one’s a star because it’s perfect for formal purposes as well as special occasions.
Day 4 – Royal Blue
Give a break to those long outfits and keep it simple on the 4th day with this pretty, short blue kurti. Meant for everyday wear, you can team this up with a pair of white leggings or classic denims. Buy from India at the best prices.
Day 5 – Yellow
The beauty of yellow is that it lightens up an otherwise-drab ensemble like no other. This unique silk, mustard-yellow long kurti took our hearts away and will do the same for you. Don’t forget to buy this one when you’re on an Indian dresses online shopping spree.
Day 6 – Green
We are all hearts over this to-die-for, block-printed pastel green kurti. So casual yet so chic! Pair this with a pair of white cigarette pants and you’ll be making an ethnic style statement in no time.
Day 7 – Grey
A gorgeous embroidered grey kurti is what you should be sporting on the third last day of the festival. Don’t miss out on the colourful embroidery around the neck area. Pair this with some traditional jewellery, preferably a pair of beautiful jhumkis.
Day 8 – Purple
Your traditional wardrobe isn’t complete without a solid purple kurti. Level up your ethnic day with this slim-fit casual kurti. Team it up with leggings of any colour and get ready to bag compliments wherever you go.
Day 9 – Peacock Green
Bid adieu to the Goddess with this Indo-Western number. Crafted in lightweight rayon for a comfort fit, this textured kurta features a short placket and slits on the front and sides. We’d say you team this up with a pair of smart palazzos and stand out in the crowd.
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