Navratri Trends 2016: Style Guide Tips for Navratri


Navratris are here and so is the fun and frolicsome time when you can see people playing with dandiya sticks, dressed up in traditional attire and elegant buns. Make the most out of it by shopping your heart out for Navratri!


  1. Backless choli blouses

Backless choli blouses

What could be a better blend between ethnic & modernism!? Go for a backless blouse with intricate ethnic Kutchi embroidery is high on trend and is a season’s must-have.


  1. Jewel Smart

 jewellery for  women

Go for heavy earrings with those flared longskirts and tunic. If you have chosen your jewellery for neck, then leave accessorizing your ears. Keep it minimal and stand out.


  1. Bright coloured Ghaghra

Bright coloured Ghaghra

Buy a plain bright coloured ghaghra with heavy borders and accessories. Try experimenting with the latest blouse designs, floral shades, and heavy accessories. Think of those quirky shades and classic colours.


  1. Elegant traditional hairdos

 Elegant traditional hairdos

Embellish your traditional bun with side brooch and other hair accessories to look attractive and convenient. Or get a fishtail braid done.


  1. Go for trendy nail art

nail art for women

Let your nails too feel the fever of Navratri. Get them painted in the red, orange hues.


  1. Multicoloured bangles

Multicoloured bangles

How are you beautifying your wrist? Shop for multicoloured bangles and get ready to show the reflection of Navratris in your whole appearance.


  1. Traditional bags

Traditional bags  for women

A smart traditional arm candy is what you want for the Navratri time. Not only to go with the festive theme but to carry all your essentials.


  1. Colourful Kohlapuris

 Colourful Kohlapuris

Kohlapuris add that perfect charm to the whole attire. Choose colourful kohlapuri flats to enjoy the dandiya to the whole.


  1. Waterproof Makeup

makeup kits for women

Do not forget to get the waterproof makeup done for the picture-perfect look.


Get ready for Navratri, take care of your health too while fasting. We wish you all a very Happy Nine-Nights Festival. Jai Mata Di 🙂







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