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Navratri is the famous Indian festival, that comes twice a year, and it continues to celebrate for nine days. Usually, Indians in their house worship Goddess Durga and her avatar in these nine days. The festival has special dishes to fill your mouth with. So… Pooja-done, food-done…what else? As we Indian as festivals for every season, every ritual and almost for everything and we welcome all of them so warmly, so we can forget about the styling in Navratri, right?

So, today I thought of sharing 5 styling tips and outfits that you can wear this Navratri.

As our grandma always told us that Goddess like the red color so much, so to start the list, I will start with this pretty outfit of Karishma Kapoor. A perfect piece for the festive feel and so easy to find and carry. Find a pretty red printed or broket print kurta and pair it with contrasting dhoti salwar. You can wear the outfit breaking all the rules at the office as it is Navratri or at the Navratri nights at relatives’ house.

Pretty in pink! Sonam Kapoor in the picture is wearing a turtle neck top and a pink long skirt with golden work on it. It is bright, festive and also very comfortable. So you have second option to rock this navratri.

Bright and prints are the favorites for the festival, right! So why not go for this outfit. Tamannaah is wearing a beautiful set of sharara pants with lots of frills and a short printed kurta with black base.

Boho look is the current trend that has won so many hearts, so opting this for the navratri would look best. Wear your casual boots, blue jean and tie your hair, but for the twist for the festival, wear a long kurta with the cut in the middle. Tie it with a belt to make it more stylish.

Sarees are the pride of India, right! So how we can miss wearing saree this Navratri? Take a boarder saree with bright colors, and minimal prints and style with it. Remember to not go with big prints or heavy embroideries as it will look that you are going for a marriage. Keep it more casual and neutral!
Author-Simran Bhatnagar

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