Calm and pure, we know sky blue is a great hue for the day. But guess what? A slinky powdery blue kurta can also be a statement for the night. It’s day nine of Navratri and your #COTD can be your wardrobe BFF too. StyleCracker shows you how.
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Did you know that Diana Vreeland, famous fashion editor, once said, “Pink is the navy blue of India?” And couldn’t be more true of the #COTD of the eighth day of Navratri. Nothing says festive more than a splash of fuschia or rani, right? BTW – Boys we think you too would look super cute in a baby pink kurta!
When in doubt, white! This wardrobe staple is the #COTD for day seven of Navratri and works for all ages, shapes and sizes. If you aren’t a bit of klutz then go for the next season combo of white-on-white or stick to the classic white kurta for casual elegance.
It spells grown-up glamour and it’s also the #COTD for day four. For a day look go with fresh leaf green and for a night ensemble look no further than the very chic deep forest green. Or then add a bit of green with accessories. And just for fun, check out StyleCracker’s guide on how to work this gorgeous hue.
Are you having fun yet dressing up in different colours for Navratri? Well, yellow is your #COTD for Day 3. Shades of lemon and butter are sure to put a smile on your face and remind you of summer. If you’re having trouble styling this tricky hue, look no further than StyleCracker’s guide on how to work it in to your wardrobe without looking like a ‘kaali peeli’!
The exciting and fun festival of Navratri is here and we are loving dressing up everyday! Did you know that each day of these nine days has a special colour to it? And luckily for us the colour of today or the second day of Navratri, also known as Pratipada, is royal blue colour. Luckily, it’s not only the coolest colours for A/W 2015 but also suits all skin tones and ages.
Lights, music, and gorgeous new clothes – just some of the very exciting things that Navratri brings with it. While ‘abhla-wala chaniya cholis’ were the normcore twenty years ago, garba-style has come a long way since. So grab your dandiyas and let one of these super cool designers take you for a twirl in their interpretations of festive wear that are so 2015!
Navratra Day 1: Ghatasthapana
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We bring you your OOTD To mark the onset of the auspicious days filled with devotion to Goddess Durga Here is how you can look great in Red.