Five Stylish Looks To Wear This Navratri
With festival spirits high during Navratri, it is indeed a good time to splurge in the magical world of Indian ethnic wear, which features some hidden gems in the form of beautiful and elegant attire. As we are well into the marathon of festivities that India is synonymous with, there is surely no sign of festive celebrations slowing down. In fact, things are just going to get crazier, brighter and prettier! There is so much to take care of – rituals, sentiments, emotions, gifts, food and of course, the fashion bit.
To help make things a bit easier for you this Navratri, we at Myntra have picked out a few essential ethnic wear pieces that you will love to have in your wardrobe.
The Traditional silk saree:
Yes, a traditional silk saree is almost like a piece of precious jewellery. Most are painstakingly hand-embroidered using traditional techniques and come in an array of colours ranging from sunny mustard to emerald green.Whether it’s a rich Kanjivaram or a gorgeous Banarasi silk, we suggest you consider getting one for yourself or flaunt ones you have already purchased!
The Feminine Anarkali: These suits have been doing the rounds of the ethnic fashion circuit for a while now. Depending on your preference, choose between a heavily embroidered or a lighter printed one. It also makes for the perfect gift as the cut was made to flatter almost all body types.
The Elegant Lehenga:
Normally associated with bridal wear, you’d be pleasantly surprised to know that a lehenga is just as suitable for the ones not tying the knot. Even if you choose to buy a whole set, the lehenga and choli looks as good when worn separately. Classic combinations like black and red or white and gold are great options to reach mix ‘n match heaven.
The Modern cocktail saree: A shaded saree in a light-weight fabric like georgette drapes like a dream and complements most body types. Go easy on the sequins and loud embroidery for a more sophisticated look. Pick up one of these as we’re sure you cannot go wrong with this one.
The Designer Salwar Suit: Nothing beats a good old salwar suit with a well-fitting churidar or patiala salwar. Keep an eye out for designer collaborations or limited edition collections in ethnic wear labels this sale season. You’ll get a one-of-a-kind piece from a designer that you love, without having to pay the price it normally comes with.
So go ahead, shop for these signature ethnic must-haves for Navratri. You might find good deals at The Big Billion Days on Myntra App till 17th October, so don’t miss out!