9 nights, 9 colours, 9 different looks for you! Navratri is one of the widely celebrated festivals of India. The colours, the festivities, dandiya nights, the Bengali Durga Puja and what not! Another tradition that people follow is the 9 different colours that one is supposed to wear through the festival – one for each night.
We put together 9 outfits for you to look your best in the 9 shades of Navratri!
- Yellow for Pratipada (Navratri Day #1):
The day one of Navratri follows the dress code of Yellow. This day also marks the Shailputri Puja. Since Yellow is a bright colour and spells festivities we selected this gorgeous Meher Yellow Chanderi Ready-To-Stitch suit. With the intricate Zari and Pearl work the suit is sure to start your Navratri in style.
2. Green for Dwitiya (Navratri Day #2):
The second day of Navratri is also known for the Brahmacharini Puja. People dress themselves in shades of Green on this day and we selected just the piece for you. The stunning Amaya Teal and Gold Chanderi piece is sure to turn other Green with envy!
3. Grey for Tritiya (Navratri Day #3):
The third day or also known as Chandraghanta Puja follows the Grey colour code. For this we selected the graceful Nadia Chanderi Grey and Beige A-line suit. The anarkali style suit is a sure head turner!
4. Orange for Chaturthi (Navratri Day #4):
The fourth day marks the Kushmanda Puja. On this day people wear the colour Orange and we have just the piece for you. The Tasha Chiffon Orange and Beige saree with the intricate floral embroidery work on the body and border make for just the head turner you need for the event.
5. White for Panchami (Navratri Day #5):
The fifth day of the Navratri is known as the day for the Skandamata Puja and colour for the day is the pristine White. Drape yourself in the ever graceful Nadia Silk White and Multicolour Saree. The intricate multi-coloured floral embroidery work on the piece is what you need for a festive look.
6. Red for Sashti (Navratri Day #6):
For the sixth day of Navratri people celebrate with the Katyayani Puja and hues of red. Go regal with the Nadia Cotton Red ready-to-stitch suit. The suit has stunning features like thread embroidery all over, hanging embellishments on its neck and zari lace on its daman.
7. Navy Blue for Saptami (Navratri Day #7):
The seventh day of the Navratri marks the Kalaratri Puja and people adorn themselves in the Navy Blue colour. For this event we selected the regal and absolutely stunning Amaya Navy Blue and Beige Anarkali suit. The floral embroidery running down the centre of the suit renders a striking grace to the suit.
8. Pink for Ashtami (Navratri Day #8):
For the eighth day of Navratri, which also marks the Saraswati Puja/Durga Ashtami/Mahagauri Puja, people dress up in hues of Pink and we could not be more excited to present the stunning Tasha Pink and Gold Half-and-Half Silk Saree. The zari embroidery all over the base, intricate stone work and zari lace border make this saree a must have!
9. Purple for Navami (Navratri Day #9):
The day of Mahisasuramardini or the ninth day of the Navratri festival, people celebrate in shades of purple. So for the final night of the festival we picked the Amaya Chanderi Purple and Orange Anarkali Suit! The chanderi kurta features self-design motifs on the yoke and daman.
With these outfits locked in, get ready to go festive and make heads turn this Navratri.