Read on for some great tips to make your festival fashionable.


  • Desi wear is mandatory given that it’s Navratri. Bandhani designs and tie and die apparel are must during a festive occasion like this. Try to incorporate them at least somewhere in your look.


  • For women, anarkalis and lehengas are a safe bet. Try floor-sweeping anarkalis in vibrant colours which complete the look of celebration. Lehengas with longer tops and even short cholis can emphasise your look for the evening. And for men, Western outfits like Nehru jackets, jackets in fleece and velvet which can be teamed with nice vibrant coloured scarfs.


  • Men can go for suits in Indo-Western style like a jacket suit and pant in sheer fabrics or embroidery or other detailed work. If they want a completely Indian look, they can choose a kurta pyjama along with a long vibrant Nehru jacket or even dhoti pants to add to their look. A bandhej stole or sometimes even a pocket square can add a quirky element.


  • Long cogs, anarkalis with jackets are in vogue, especially ones with a touch of gold. The traditional colours like red, blue, orange and pink look good on this occasion.


  • Bright colours and hand embroidery are in trend. On the other hand men can opt for dhotis.


  • Wear a light dupatta, so that it doesn’t hinder your dance movements.


  • Short kurtis for men are comfortable and look elegant.


  • Bright colours are trending. Try to use traditional colours like green, red, etc as they look good.


  • For kids, funky dresses look the best.


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