9 Days, 9 Fits- The Navratri Edit.

The most exciting and happening time of the year is here. The festive season is here. The season where we get to get all dressed up and look our best. The season where we get to eat all the good food. The season where fun filled days turn into dance filled nights. The season of love, warmth and togetherness. The season that feels like home.

The festive season usually starts with Navratri- a biannual and most revered Hindu festivals celebrated in honor of Goddess Durga, followed by Dusshera and Diwali.

Navratri, as the name signifies, is a celebration that spans nine days and nights. It is observed in honor of divine femininity. The festival is celebrated in different ways in different parts of country.

 Each day of Navratri is dedicated to a form of Goddess Durga and a color is associated with each day. Dressing up in the assigned colors is considered auspicious.

Here’s a guide how you can incorporate these colors into your festive wear and look absolutely stunning.


Day 1- Vision in white.

Add tints of white to your fit on the first day of Navratri. The color white stands for peace, prayer and purity. Goddess Brahmacharini is worshipped on this day.

The outfit for the day could be a plain white kurta or an anarkali with heavily embroidered dupatta. You can amp it up your look by adding matching earrings. You can also add the sober hue with a beautiful pair of pearl earrings because pearls are always a good idea.



Day 2- Shades of Red.

The color red is synonymous with action, fearlessness and vigour. Goddess Chandraghanta, a symbol of grace and courage is celebrated on the second day of Navratri.

A beautiful Red lehenga that is elegant and chic is a good pick for the day. The radiant color can also be added to the fit through jewelry featuring the color red.




Day 3 – Hue so blue.

The color for the third day of Navratri is Royal Blue. It is a symbol of panache, tranquillity and divine energy. Goddess Kaalratri is worshipped on this day and her powerful energy is embodied in the color blue.

You can add the cool hue with draped saree which effortlessly comfortable and absolutely gorgeous. Adding a matching pair of earrings will be cherry on the cake.



 Day 4 – Portrait of Yellow.

The color yellow is all about cheer, joy and happiness. The color is a symbol of positivity and brightness. Goddess Shailputri is celebrated on the fourth day of Navratri.

Add cheer and joy to your day with a vibrant yet simple long top lehenga. A yellow saree that is chic and minimal is also a great way of incorporating yellow to the day.



Day 5- Snaps of Green.

The color for the fifth day of Navratri is Green. Green symbolises growth, nature and energy. New beginnings is also associated with the color. Goddess Katyayani is worshipped on this day.

The outfit for the day could be a beautiful lehenga. A delicate necklace set is just the way to add more color to your fit and that’ll definitely amp up your look.



 Day 6- Highlights of Grey.

The color grey is symbolic of strength, transformation and emotional balance. It is Goddess Skandamata’s day.

Celebrate fierceness and femininity, with everyone’s favorite Oxidized silver jewelry. Uplift the simplest of your looks with a necklace set or a pair of statement earring. It will do the trick.



Day 7- Expressions of Orange.

Orange is the color for the seventh day of Navratri. It is associated with vibrancy, warmth and happy energy. Goddess Kushmanda is celebrated on the seventh day of Navratri.

An elegant orange lehenga is a great pick for the day. The vibrant hue can also be incorporated through jewelry with tints of orange in it.



Day 8- Snippets of Peacock Green.

Peacock green represents fulfilment of wants and desires. It is symbolic of wishes coming true. The eighth day of Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Siddhidatri.

The fit for the day can be a nice green cape ensemble. Adding earrings make the fit all the more better.



 Day 9- Tales of Pink.

The ninth day of Navratri is dedicated to Goddess Mahagauri. The color for the day is Pink, which symbolises love, kindness and harmony.

What better way to add the pleasing pink color to your fit than a pair of gorgeous Monochromatic earrings that celebrates femininity and divinity. You can pair the earrings with a promising lehenga.



We know you’re ready to shine through all the festive nights. Happy festivities from us to you!








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