Get ready to turn heads on the third day with the vibrant and energetic hue of radiant red! (Image By Arrangement)
Hyderabad: Navratri, the festival celebrating the Divine Feminine, is like a spiritual musical. Each day has a unique color adding more vibrance to the festival!
Day 1 - Sunshine Yellow:
Start your Navratri with sunshine yellow as it symbolizes joy and prosperity. Shine bright on the first day in a yellow saree or kurta set whichever is comfortable for you. Accessorise with a contrasting jhumka & a bindi adding some glass bangles and you are ready to slay.
Day 2 - Enchanting Green:
On the second day, dive into the calming and enchanting world of green. Green symbolizes harmony and growth. Style a graceful green bell-sleeved kurta with palazzo pants. Accessorise with silver jewellery with half curls in your hair. Jhumkas are always a plus.
Day 3 - Radiant Red:
Get ready to turn heads on the third day with the vibrant and energetic hue of radiant red! Red symbolizes power and vitality, making it the perfect choice to showcase your strength and passion as you twirl and dance to the Garba beats. Choose a stunning red full-length anarkali suit with a flowy dupatta accessorized with a choker, glass bangles & a small red bindi. Add the nude lip colour of your choice to keep the look balanced.
Day 4 - Blissful Orange:
As the festivities escalate, infuse joy and energy with the lively hue of blissful orange. Orange symbolizes purity and spirituality, setting the perfect tone for this auspicious day. Wear an orange sharara & accessorize with stone studs and open hair.
Day 5 - Serene White:
Step into the divine and serene vibes of white on the fifth day, symbolizing purity and peace. White is a canvas of grace and elegance. Whether it's a white saree with delicate silver or gold work or a kurta with contrasting bottoms, let your outfit represent the peace and purity within, while you dance to the rhythmic tunes of Navratri.
Day 6 - Energetic Royal Blue:
As you enter the sixth day, embody the soothing and energetic royal blue. Blue symbolizes tranquillity and stability, the perfect match to the lively spirit of Navratri. Choose a royal blue lehenga or anarkali suit adorned with shimmering sequins or elegant embroidery. Shine in this hue and let your style light up the night.
Day 7 - Pretty Peacock Green:
Let your style take flight on the seventh day with the pretty peacock green! This shade mirrors the elegance and grace of a peacock, symbolizing beauty and renewal. Wear a crop top with a heavy ethnic skirt, keeping the jewellery minimal. A sleek high pony will complete this look.
Day 8 - Mesmerizing Pink:
On the eighth day, delve into the mesmerizing world of pink. Pink symbolizes love and compassion. Wear a pastel pink chikankari Lucknowi salwar suit with delicate embroidery. Add some heavy silver jhumkas & a black or stone bindi. Wear footwear like juttis or similar ethnic flats to complete the look.
Day 9 - Auspicious Purple:
Conclude Navratri with the auspicious and enchanting shade of purple, representing luxury and spirituality. Adorn yourself in a bandhani print chaniya choli with a heavy dupatta. Go all out with a heavy choker & jhumkas. Having dandiya in your hands and gajra in your hair, you are ready to set fire at the garba night on the last day of Navratri.
By Himadri Patel- Entrepreneur and Digital Content Creator