Kem cho? Maja ma ne 😉 hope you guys are doing great. The season of festivals is coming and the first one in the line up is my favorite Navratri. The most beautiful and colorful nights for a gujarati and I’m sure you guys enjoy it too. These nine nights are always fun with friends and family. Dancing for hours together on the traditional garba songs and remixes to rock the dandiya, late night outings and binge eating, I always fall short of words to express my feeling for this festival. To say the least, I SUPER love it! It’s so delightful to see the women adorned in the traditional ghaghra-choli and the men flaunting their kediyus. The most interesting part of it is that there is no age limit, one can find toddlers as well as oldies decked up in their best and dancing with joy!
So I present to you some new looks to try out for the coming Navratri season to look your stylish best.
This is a dhoti style pant ideally paired with a brocade shrug on gold blouse and a dupatta. These pants are light and frilly, gives great comfort and flairs up well when you are planning to shake a leg. – making you look heavenly. To give a better contrast to the golden blouse I wore a red brocade shrug along with a lovely red dupatta. Do not miss my accessories which are a delicate necklace and a metallic high waist belt. Since you guys know my mantra – creativity never goes out of style, the belt which looks prepossessing is actually a neck piece which I creatively used it as a belt. The red dupatta is neatly pleated over my shoulder, you could also tuck it under the belt so that it stays in place when you are dancing. To sum up my look, I was carrying an ethnic clutch and wore these T-strapped multi-colored beaded flats which look peppy and are feet friendly, coz you’re gonna be on the dance floor for a while and I don’t want you guys to go home with shoe bites and rashes on your feet. So this is one stunning avatar ready for you all, do try it out using your own creativity and let me know if this helped you to turn heads on the garba-dandiya floor 😉
Stay tuned while I come up with more looks for you!
PS: This is a five-part series of suggestive looks to adorn yourself during the festival of dance and nightly feasts.